Airport Travel Update – July 8, 2020:
Long Island MacArthur Airport launches innovation air and surface pathogen reduction program in terminal areas to provide customers peace of mind. Read press release. Watch video.
We are grateful to our customers, employees and airlines during this challenging time. We are urging travelers to check with their air carrier regarding any flight changes or cancellations. As people get back to booking future air travel, MacArthur Airport will be ready when the time is right… with the extra space and convenience to offer peace of mind and comfort.
Here are some links to the latest information available from our airlines as they provide updates on aircraft cleaning and health protections for customers.
The airport is open and working hard to provide a safe and convenient experience for those customers who want or need to travel.
The Short Term and Long Term Parking Lots are open, with convenient spaces available. The Economy Lot is currently closed.
Concessions are open to serve travelers with modified hours.
Great American Bagel – 4:30am-6pm
Starbucks – closed
Nathan’s – closed
Maggie O’Shea’s – We are happy to announce the re-opening of Maggie O’Shea’s in the food court June 26, 2020.
Maggie’s market will be open 5am – 2pm serving bagels, coffee, tea, and grab and go sandwiches, salads, and wraps.
Maggie’s bar will be open 10am – 2pm offering a limited lunch menu and adult beverages. See attached menu.
American Airlines is now booking flights for service resuming in August.
The Resident Parking sticker walk-in program is suspended. Residents are still able to send applications in via mail and can download the form at the following link:
The airport continues to take proactive steps to make customers feel safe and comfortable in our terminals. This includes increased disinfection and cleaning of restrooms and shuttle buses, along with frequently touched surfaces such as ticket counters and kiosks, gate areas, handrails and doorknobs. Our air carriers are also increasing cleaning measures.
Health experts recommend frequently washing your hands and avoiding touching your eyes, nose and mouth – as the best ways to prevent illness.
TSA Information: @AskTSA information allows your to contact TSA on Facebook Messenger, and @TSA on Twitter has helpful information and videos for flyers.