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Fort Lauderdale Airport Informational Guide to Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood Airport (FLL) - NON OFFICIAL

Fort Lauderdale Airport Terminal 2

Fort Lauderdale Airport Terminal 2 is also called “Delta Terminal” and is represented by red color.

Terminal 2 Out Fort Lauderdale Airport
Terminal 2 Fort Lauderdale. 

It is home of one Concourse, Concourse D, with nine boarding gates.

Please note that this terminal is just used by both Air Canada and Delta.

Terminal 2 of Fort Lauderdale is the Delta Terminal, also known for its red colour. 

Levels

See below Fort Lauderdale Airport Terminal 2 levels:

Level 1

Arrivals and baggage claim.

Level 2

Departures and check-in.

Concourses

Terminal 2 at Fort Lauderdale is home of Concourse D, with boarding gates D1 to D9.

International services operated by both Delta and Air Canada are operated from Concourse D.

Please note that there are also food, drink and retail concessions at Concourse D.

Terminal In 1 Fort Lauderdale Airport
Directions of Terminal 2.

Distance inside the terminal

Distances in that terminal can be huge. Please, check walking times here: 

Walking times from security check to gates: 

Time to the farthest D gate: 3 to 9 minutes. 

Transfer between terminals

[Disclaimer: temporarily suspended between terminals. Active to Car Rental center]Passengers at Fort Lauderdale Airport can move between terminals by several courtesy shuttles, and also to the Rental Car Center. 

Shuttle bus stops are located at the lower level outside of each terminal. 

Service Hours

Courtesy shuttles between terminals operate from 6 am to 9 pm, seven days a week.

Courtesy shuttles between terminals and Rental Car Center operate 24/7.  

Services

The following services can be found in Fort Lauderdale Airport Terminal 2:

- Services desk
- Baggage claim
- Currency exchange
- Money wire
- Baggage storage
- Food, drink and retail concessions
- Urban market

See more Services here.   

Lounges

Delta Air Lines Delta Sky Club: Terminal 2. Services: snacks, newspapers and magazines, TV, printers and copiers, telephones, among others.