St. Louis airport (STL)

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St. Louis Lambert International Airport, opened on October 1923, serves the state of Missouri. It operates with domestic destinations and some international flights to Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean.

Official Website: flystl.com
Number of Terminals - 2 - Terminals 1 and 2, open 24 hours a day and connected through courtesy shuttles every 8-15 minutes.
Annual passenger traffic: 15.6 million passengers went through it in 2019.
Tel: +1 314 426 8000. The airport's information booth is located in the baggage reclaim hall of Terminal 1, between carousels 4 and 5, and operates from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm (Tel +1 314 890 1333). In the luggage recollection area of both terminals, there are also tourist information desks, open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (Tel +1 800 916 8938 / 314 423 5855).

Location

The airport is located 21 km (13 miles) to the northwest of the city centre.

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Car rental companies

Car rental counters are situated on the lower level of Terminal 1, between doors 12 and 17.

Alamo (Tel +1 800 462 5266 - 24 hours a day)
Avis (Tel +1 800 831 2847 - 24 hours a day)
Budget (Tel +1 800 527 0700 - 24 hours a day)
Enterprise (Tel +1 800 325 8007 - 5:00 am to 0:00 am)
Hertz (Tel +1 800 654 3131 - 24 hours a day)
National (Tel +1 800 227 7368 - 24 hours a day)
Thrifty (Tel +1 800 367 2277 - weekdays from 5:00 am to 11:00 pm, Saturday from 6:00 am to 9:00 pm, Sunday from 6:00 am to 11:00 pm)

 

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Parking services at St. Louis airport (STL)

There are several options for short- and long-term parking, linked with the terminals through courtesy shuttles that run every 8 minutes, and two free passenger pick-up zones (Cell Phone Lots). More information: Tel +1 314 890 2800. Rates

Terminal 1 & Terminal 2 - Multi-storey facilities with covered spaces next to each terminal.
Lots A, C & E - Indoor and uncovered bays for intermediate stays.
Lot B - Long-term area.
Lot D - Economy parking.

 

Services for passengers with special needs

Inside the enclosure, there are special lanes at the security checkpoints, elevators, Braille signage, automatic doors, visual and audible signs, accessible toilets, relief areas for service animals, adapted telephones, reserved parking spaces and transportation systems equipped to carry passengers with reduced mobility. The wheelchair service is provided by the airlines.