Terminal Information of Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport

The terminal of Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport is a two-level building built in May 1941.

It has two asphalt runways: 14/32 which is 2.896 meters long and 4/22 which is 1.527 meters long.

There are approximately thirteen boarding gates located on the second floor of the terminal (B1-B12 and B14). Both levels are equipped with the ATMs, Mailing Centers, Charging Stations, Information Desks. Notably, the Conference Center is available on the ground floor of the terminal. There are also Ticketing Desks, Baggage Claim area, Rental Car Offices, Baggage Carts located on the ground floor of the airport.

The terminal has many different features incorporated into it. For instance, the artwork is the inseparable part of the terminal. Thus, Frank Hoppe four large paintings, as well as four large pastels of Regan Dunnick are presented across the terminal. The second floor of the terminal hosts a 6.000-gallon saltwater aquarium provided by Mote Marine Laboratory.