Gate renumbering phase III is set to start the night of September 14, 2018 and be completed early morning September 15.
AUSTIN, Texas – Gate renumbering phase III is set to start the night of September 14, 2018 and be completed early morning September 15. In phase III of gate renumbering at Austin’s airport, Gates 10-15 become Gates 19-24. Original gate numbers are being changed in multiple phases as part of the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport 9-gate expansion project.
The renumbering started with the original Gate 25, which became Gate 34, on Aug. 1. The renumbering includes changes to all the numbers at the gates, on the concourse, jet bridges, jet parking and on the directional/wayfinding signs in the airport. Changing of the terminal gate numbers is expected to be completed this October.
Gate renumbering maps below: Red numbers indicate existing gate numbers. Blue circles with white numbers indicate new number for gates. The phase III map shows gate number changes expected to occur the night of September 14-15, 2018.
We’re changing our numbers! Gate number changes are underway at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS), the airport of choice for Central Texas. The gate renumbering was needed as part of adding nine new gates to the terminal. This terminal expansion will better serve growing passenger traffic and airlines. New nonstop international flights include London Gatwick, United Kingdom (LGW) on Norwegian Air, www.norwegian.com/us, www.vacationexpress.com, Guadalajara, Mexico (GDL) on Volaris, www.volaris.com, and Mexico City, Mexico (MEX) on AeroMexico, www.aeromexico.com. Find all nonstop routes with the free interactive flight guide on www.abia.org. Connect with us on Twitter, @AUStinAirport, Facebook, www.facebook.com/abia and on Instagram, @AUSairport.