Terminals

As this Airport serves New York, this city has a lot of tourists. They need considerable terminals to operate correctly. In 2009, September 2, Niagara Falls International Airport established a new two-story terminal; now it is 69,430-square-foot (6,450 m2), a passenger can find four gates, two of them are jetways and another two ground-loading gates. This terminal has a big room for a Boeing 747. As for the exterior, it is designed to look like Niagara Falls' water flow. This cost an estimated $42.5 million. For the terminal, it was $31.5 million, and $11 million was used for runway apron and landside developments. Ira G.Ross Aerospace Museum, also known as the Niagara Aerospace Museum, is located on the previous terminal. As wireless internet service is vital for everyone, this Airport offers free access throughout the terminal. As for Lost and Found Service, if a passenger finds some items, they can use this service and have a proper response. In this Airport, animals are welcomed as well. There is an animal relief area, which is placed outside the terminal to the left.

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