The FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 requires covered U.S. carriers and U.S. airports to submit to the Secretary of Transportation for review and approval tarmac delay contingency plans on or before May 14, 2012.

The Act also requires each covered carrier and airport to ensure public access to its plan after DOT approval by posting the plan on its Web site.

Visit the USDOT Aviation Consumer Protection and Enforcement Office for more information.

The Westchester County Airport main terminal does not close – it is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The main terminal also does not close due to inclement weather. 

However, airlines may decide to cancel flights due to inclement weather.  Please contact your airline to make sure there are no cancellations.

Food and beverages are available from merchant kiosks, a coffee shop, a traditional bar, and a full service restaurant overlooking the airfield. Passengers are advised that not all services are available in the boarding lounge area beyond the security checkpoint.

An ATM machine is on the second floor near the escalator.

Free Wi-Fi wireless Internet access is available throughout the main terminal. 

Car rental services from six nationwide car rental agencies are available at the main terminal. Further, parking is available in an enclosed garage directly across from the main terminal. An outdoor overflow lot is also provided during peak travel periods.

Wheelchairs and other assistance for passengers with special needs are available. Passengers should contact their airlines before arriving at the airport.

Lost or damaged baggage should be reported immediately to the baggage office nearby the baggage conveyor belt in the arrivals hall. Follow-up inquiries should be made directly to each airline.  
 

The Westchester County Airport and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) are dedicated to making your travel experience safe and secure.

You must pass through security checkpoints to access your departure gate, where TSA security officers screen you and your carry-on baggage.

Make your screening experience as smooth as possible and become familiar with the process. See "Security Screening" to learn more about new pat-down procedures, prohibited items, hassle-free travel tips, and traveling with special needs.

For TSA Cares, call (855) 787-2227. This is a toll-free helpline for passengers with disabilities and medical conditions that provides information to those who need extra assistance before traveling.

For lost and found items left at TSA security checkpoints or items missing from checked baggage, call (914) 289-4901.

For TSA specific compliments and complaints, call (718) 803-5448.

For additional TSA information, call (866) 289-9673.