The Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport has four terminals. Visitors wanting to get from one terminal to another have to exit security, go outside and ride to another terminal, then go through security check again. The first connector, linking Terminal 3 to Terminal 4, opened in 2016.
Building Terminals 2, 3, and 4 were part of a $ 263 million construction project carried out by Reynolds, Smith & Hills, in 1986. Since 2005, Terminal 4 has undergone some changes.
Terminal 1, commonly known as the "New Terminal," and designed by Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, and Cartaya Associates, opened in stages between 2001 and 2003.
Terminal 1 has three concourses (A, B, and C) and 23 boarding gates. The yellow color represents it. Concourse A opened in 2017 and has seven gates. Gate B1 has been closed due to the expansion of it. Gates B2 and C1 have also been closed for the new fast-food area. Concourse B has seven gates, and Concourse C has nine gates. Concourse A mainly serves international flights.
The terminal is used only by Southwest, Alaska, Allegiant, Swoop, Silver, United, Bahamasair, Copa, Allegiant, and WestJet.
Services offered here include ATMs, customer service desk, rental car center, food, drink, and retail concessions.