Terminals

The main terminal of Toledo Express Airport houses nine gates, three of which are in the central area of the terminal. The terminal also has an east wing that contains two lower-level gates and one upper-level gate. The lower level gates can support up to 5 planes at once. The western wing is the oldest section of the main terminal, which includes Gates 6,7, and 8, which are rarely used. During the upgrades to the terminal, the original Gate 5 was renamed to Gate 6. Former Gate 6 is now inactive.

The terminal facility is mostly original from the 50s. Still, a couple of upgrades have taken place, including the remodeling and construction of the east wing as well as the new central gate area.

Terminal Floors

The main terminal has two floors. The passenger waiting area is located on the upper level, beyond security, with a food court, bar, and children's play area. There is a gift shop before the security checkpoint, adjacent to the front entrances of the airport next to the airline ticket desks. The baggage claim area is on the first floor in the eastern part of the terminal. The car rental stands are among the baggage claim and arrivals waiting area. Free wireless internet is accessible on both floors of the terminal.

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