Terminal Information

  • 2019 Renovation

    The Ithaca Tompkins International Airport has made some big changes recently! We’ve expanded, modernized, and upgraded our amenities to maximize customer experience. Our $34.8 million project, which more than doubled the size of the terminal, was completed in December of 2019. With millions of dollars invested into the project, you may ask, what’s new? Click here to find out!

  • 2012 ITH Sustainable Airport Master Plan

    When people think of “green” infra- structure, they rarely think of aviation. Airplanes and related operations activities are often viewed as significant sources of air emissions and other negative environmental impacts.

    In 2012 ITH created a sustainability master plan. To incorporate sustainability into the traditional master plan process, the team established sustainability goals and set targets at an initial kickoff meeting with stakeholders. Areas addressed were:

    • Air quality and climate change
    • Energy conservation and renewable energy
    • Materials use and waste reduction and recycling
    • Hazardous materials management and remediation
    • Land and natural resources management
    • Noise abatement
    • Surface transportation management
    • Water quality protection and water conservation
    • Buildings and facility management and opera- tions
    • Socioeconomic bene ts and community out- reach/involvement
    • Land use

    View the Sustainable Master Plan here.

  • Terminal Advertising


    Advertising at the airport is a great way to connect with our community for a great value.

    Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport is a vital community asset located just 10 minutes from Cornell and downtown Ithaca. Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport hosts 3 airlines, including Delta, United Airways, and US Airways/American, and serves over 200,000 passengers every year. These passengers are made up of the 101,500 residents of Tompkins County, including business professionals and students alike, along with travelers coming to tour the Finger Lakes region.

    Contact us for more information for pricing and advertising opportunities by calling 607-277-8901 or emailing info@communiquedesign.com.

  • Hours

    The airport passenger terminal is open to the public at approximately 4:00 AM and closes shortly after the last arriving flight, usually around midnight.

  • Lost and Found

    If you believe you have lost an item at the Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport, please email

    tfish@tompkins-co.org. In order to process your inquiry faster, include a detailed description of the item, and a date and time when you may have lost it.

    If baggage, or specific item was lost on a flight or in a rental car, please contact the appropriate airline or rental car agency listed on our Airport Ground Transportation page.

  • Free WiFi

    The Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport was one of the first airports in the country to provide terminal-wide wireless access to the Internet for its customers. The program, which has been in effect since December 2003, has been operated by Ithaca-based Clarity Connect. Wireless equipped users will now be able to access the service anywhere within the terminal building free of charge.

    Customer service is a high priority at the airport, and what better way to enhance it than by providing an important tool like free wireless internet access for its users. The airport is continuing its partnership with Clarity Connect to offer this service. Free wireless access is also available for users of the Conference room in the east wing of the terminal. The conference room is available for use by reservation through the Second Landing Café in the terminal. Please call 266-0007 or inquire in person for availability and terms.

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