Terminal Information of Chicago Airport
Chicago Midway International Airport has only one passenger terminal divided into levels: Arrivals – located at the lower level of the terminal and has services such as ATMs, Currency exchange, Charging Station and baggage claim. Check-in – is in the upper level and has the ticketing counters that leads to Midway Boulevard where food, drinks, and retail concessions are. In its core, there is an information desk.
The printable map of the entire terminal is at https://www.flychicago.com/SiteCollectionDocuments/Midway/Map/FullMap.pdf
The main passenger terminal at Midway International Airport has three concourses: A, B, and C. The following gates are at the concourse A: A1-A3, A4A, A4B, A5, A7, A9-A12, A14-A19. Several airlines are operating at the concourse A, and these are Delta, Porter Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Volaris Airlines, and Avianca.
Concourse B has the following gates: B1-B3, B5, B7-B12, B14-B26 and it only operates with Southwest Airlines.
The smallest concourse at the airport is the concourse C with only three gates: C1, C2 and C3 and operates with Branson AirExpress and North Country Sky.
Concourses A, B and C are connected and accessible from each other. If a traveler arrives on a domestic flight, they can access all the concourses without clearing the security checkpoint.