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AUSTIN, Texas – Gate 25 is now Gate 34. The original gate numbers of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport began to change the night of July 31, 2018. The gate renumbering was necessitated by the addition of nine new gates as part of the terminal expansion currently underway.

The renumbering started with Gate 25, which became Gate 34, and will work its way east down through the numeric system to where the new expanded concourse area meets the original concourse. The night of July 31, the following gate changes were made:

  • Gate 25 became Gate 34
  • Gate 24 became Gate 33
  • Gate 23 became Gate 32
  • Gate 22 became Gate 31
  • Gate 21 became Gate 30

Watch the gate changes in action here.

The renumbering is scheduled to occur in multiple phases into October 2018. The process will change all gate numbers – on concourse, jet bridges, jet parking, directional/wayfinding signs etc. This is planned to change five gates at a time with changes occurring approximately every two weeks.

Gate renumbering maps below: Red numbers indicate existing gate numbers. Blue circles with white numbers indicate new number for gates. The phase one map shows gate number changes which occurred July 31- August 1, 2018.

Map of all phases of ABIA gate renumbering.

Map of ABIA gate renumbering phase one.

We’re changing our numbers! Gate number changes are underway at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS), the airport of choice for Central Texas. The gate renumbering was needed as part of adding nine new gates to the terminal. This terminal expansion will better serve growing passenger traffic and airlines. New nonstop international flights include London Gatwick, United Kingdom (LGW) on Norwegian Air, www.norwegian.com/us, Punta Cana (PUJ), Dominican Republic on Vacation Express, www.vacationexpress.com,  Guadalajara, Mexico (GDL) on Volaris, www.volaris.com, and Mexico City, Mexico (MEX) on AeroMexico, www.aeromexico.com. Find all nonstop routes with the free interactive flight guide on www.abia.org. Connect with us on Twitter, @AUStinAirport, Facebook, www.facebook.com/abia and on Instagram, @AUSairport.