American Airlines Resumes Service to Lambert-St. Louis International

American Airlines reported that it will resume service at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport beginning Monday, April 25. American will operate its full schedule, the airline said after a severe storm impacted operations at the airport.

Due to the severe storm that recently impacted the airport, American said it will now depart from Concourse D. American's ticket counter is still located in Terminal 1, Upper Level.

The airline also gave the following suggestions to travelers flying on American Airlines out of the St. Louis airport:
• Plan to arrive two hours early, especially if you will be checking bags. Check in at the American Airlines Ticket Counter in Terminal 1, Upper Level.
• Verify your departure gate when you arrive at the airport. American and American Eagle will depart from Concourse D.
• The Admirals Club will remain closed because of damage.
• If you are flying to St. Louis, you will now arrive at Concourse D. All checked bags will be delivered to the Baggage Claim located in Terminal 1, Lower Level.

The airport is reportedly at 90 percent of capacity and has been widely praised for its quick turnaround after the storm devastated the airport.




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