At America's Friendliest Airport®, we aim to make your experience as fast, enjoyable and friendly as possible. Our Navigator volunteers are trained make your journey through the airport as seamless as it can be. But for those of you who prefer self-service, here are some insider tips to help you.

The architecture of Terminal 4 is symmetrical: Each side mirrors the other. Although this design provides lots of space to walk to your gates or shop at the many great stores and restaurants, it is not intuitive for finding your way around by using cues or landmarks.

To help travelers and Airport visitors find their way around, Terminal 4 is segmented into four zones. This helps orient yourself, whether it’s to find your gate or return to your parked car. This zone system is based on the four security checkpoints, four elevator cores, and four parking zones. For example, Checkpoint C and the C gates are closest to elevator C and parking zone C.

See how the parking zones are situated in the passenger levels of Terminal 4:
Terminal 4, Level 1 Parking Zone
Terminal 4, Level 2 Parking Zone
Terminal 4, Level 3 Parking Zone


Insider Tip: Take a picture of the pillar nearest to your vehicle.


Parking Zone within garage

Zone C
signs within
parking garage

Zone C sign within parking garage elevator core

Zone C signs
within
parking garage elevator core

Zone C signs inside Terminal 4
Zone C signs
inside
Terminal 4

Overhead signs in Zone C
Overhead signs marking
C Gates are in Zone C


We hope this is helpful. If you need more assistance finding your way, look for a friendly smile in a purple Navigator jacket along the way.