Washington Dulles International Airport [IAD] — Ultimate Terminal Guide

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Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) served 24 million passengers in 2018, with around half of the passenger traffic from international flights.

Additional international routes were launched in 2019, including 3 flights a week to Tel Aviv (TLV) with United and 5 flights a week to Rome (FCO) with Alitalia.

IAD is a hub for United Airlines with the carrier solely occupying services to/from Concourses C and D.

Quick Info

Airport: Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)
Terminals: 1 terminal with 5 concourses — A, B, C, D, and Z
Airport address: 1 Saarinen Cir., Dulles, VA 20166
Distance From Downtown Washington: 26 miles (42 km)
Website: flydulles.com
Phone Number: 703-572-2700
Passengers Served: 24 million annually
Destinations: 87 domestic and 58 international destinations
Flight Information: Departures and arrivals info can be found here

Washington Dulles International Airport map
Washington Dulles International Airport Map. Image Credit: Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

Airlines Operating From IAD

Washington Dulles International Route Map
Washington Dulles International Airport Domestic Route Map. Image Credit: Washington Dulles International Airport
Washington Dulles International Airport International Routes
Washington Dulles International Airport International Routes. Image Credit: Washington Dulles International Airport

IAD Airport Terminal

Washington Dulles International Airport has a clear layout that allows passengers easy movement between connecting flights and areas around the airport. IAD has 1 main terminal building outside of the secure area and 4 airside concourses that sit parallel to the terminal.

Passengers may move between concourses via a pedestrian walkway or by riding the AeroTrain. Car parking and ground transportation is located outside the terminal.

Washington Dulles International Airport Terminal
Washington Dulles International Airport Terminal. Image Credit: Washington Dulles International Airport

The terminal itself is split across 2 levels with departures on the upper level and arrivals on the lower level. Both levels have road access outside for curbside drop-off and pick-up.

Ground transportation is on a third lower level outside of the terminal, so the road systems are tiered across 3 levels – departures, arrivals, and ground transportation.

4 ticketing areas are located on the upper level of the terminal, and these correspond with 4 drop-off areas outside depending on your airline.

After ticketing, there are 2 security checkpoints on either end of the terminal, and these lead through to the pedestrian walkway to the A/B gates, AeroTrain stations, Z gates, or to the D gates shuttle bus.

Arrivals is on the lower level with baggage claim spanning the full width of the terminal and escalators to the departures level and security checkpoints.

Concourses

Washington Dulles International Airport Concourses
Washington Dulles International Airport Concourses. Image Credit: Washington Dulles International Airport

Once inside the secure area, passengers have access to 5 concourses – A, B, C, D, and Z. There are different transportation options available that are outlined in the inter-terminal transport section below.

Concourse A

Washington Dulles International Airport Concourse A
Washington Dulles International Airport Concourse A. Image Credit: Washington Dulles International Airport

Concourse A has 19 gates numbered A1-A6, A14-A16, A19-A20, A22-A27, and A31-A32. Gates A1-A6 are located on the lower level, which is on the same level as the AeroTrain station, and the other gates accessible on the upper level.

There’s a good range of shops and restaurants along with the Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse, Air France/KLM Lounge, Etihad First and Business Class Lounge, and a chapel.

Concourse B

Washington Dulles International Airport Concourse B
Washington Dulles International Airport Concourse B. Image Credit: Washington Dulles International Airport

Concourse B has 29 gates numbered B37-B38, B40-B45, B47-B51, B62-B67, B70-B76, B78-B79, and B81. The Turkish Airlines Lounge, British Airways Galleries Lounge, and Lufthansa Lounge are all based in Concourse B, and there is a large selection of shops and restaurants, in addition to a smoking lounge.

Concourse C

Washington Dulles International Airport Concourse C
Washington Dulles International Airport Concourse C. Image Credit: Washington Dulles International Airport

Concourse C has 24 gates numbered C1-C9, C11-C12, C14, C17-C20, C22-C24, and C26-C28. Concourse C has 2 United Club lounges, a United Global First Lounge, and a reasonable selection of shops and restaurants.

Concourse D

Washington Dulles International Airport Concourse D
Washington Dulles International Airport Concourse D. Image Credit: Washington Dulles International Airport

Concourse D has 25 gates numbered D1-D8, D10-D12, D14-D16, D18-D21, D23-D24, D26, D29-D30, and D32. There’s a good selection of shops and restaurants and a United Club lounge.

Concourse Z

Washington Dulles International Airport Concourse Z
Washington Dulles International Airport Concourse Z. Image Credit: Washington Dulles International Airport

Concourse Z consists of 4 gates numbered Z6, Z7, Z9, and Z10. It’s located close to the AeroTrain station and exit to baggage claim, with a Subway and a Dunkin’ Donuts, but that’s about it!

Inter-Terminal Transport

AeroTrain

Washington Dulles International Airport AeroTrain
Washington Dulles International Airport AeroTrain. Image Credit: Washington Dulles International Airport

The AeroTrain is an automated rail service that runs underground between the terminal and the concourses within the secure area. It’s a quick option for passengers traveling to and from their gates as it takes just 2 minutes between stations.

AeroTrain lines operate:

  • After the west security checkpoint, transporting passengers to Concourse B
  • After the east security checkpoint, transporting passengers to Concourse A and Concourse C

People Mover

The people movers that operate at IAD are half jet bridge-half bus. They elevate up to the aircraft door, and passengers disembark directly into the people mover to be transported to the terminal or concourse.

Once a feat of modern technology, the people movers are now outdated by the efficient AeroTrain, but many still operate between:

  • The main terminal and Concourse D
  • Concourse D and Concourse A

Walking

Passengers may walk from the main terminal to Concourse A and B via an underground tunnel with moving walkways.

Concourses A and B are interlinked, and so are Concourses C and D, so passengers may walk between concourses to make use of the facilities.

Security and Customs at IAD

Washington Dulles International Airport Security Checkpoints
Washington Dulles International Airport Security Checkpoints. Image Credit: Washington Dulles International Airport

IAD has 3 security checkpoints in the terminal — east, west, and a TSA PreCheck checkpoint.

The checkpoints operate during these hours:

  • East checkpoint: 4:30 a.m. – 9:45 p.m.
  • West checkpoint: 3:45 a.m. – 9 p.m.
  • TSA PreCheck: 4:30 a.m. – 10 p.m.

IAD has a TSA PreCheck Enrollment Center located in the terminal next to the east security checkpoint (outside of the secure area). The office is open Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. – 9:30 a.m., 9:45 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., 12 p.m. – 2 p.m., and 2:15 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Hot Tip: Check out our article on the average TSA security wait times to see how long you could be waiting in line at IAD. 

Global Entry Program

IAD has Global Entry kiosks for passengers that have been approved by the program. There’s no Enrollment Center at the airport, with the closest in the city center at the Ronald Reagan Building. Enrollment on Arrival is available at IAD daily from 9 a.m. – 11 p.m.

Mobile Passport

IAD accepts mobile passport for U.S. citizens and Canadian visitors. Passengers can complete their information in the app rather than completing an arrival form, and once they receive an electronic receipt, they can present this to a CBP agent.

CLEAR

There are dedicated CLEAR Security Program kiosks at the east security checkpoint for passengers that have enrolled in the program. 2 enrollment kiosks are located on the ticketing level.

IAD Airport Lounges

IAD has 8 lounges, all located in the departure concourses. Most are accessible only to eligible visitors such as premium cabin passengers or frequent flyers.

LoungeLocationOpening HoursDay Pass Fee Per Person**
Air France/KLM LoungeConcourse A, near gate A20Daily: 10:30 a.m. – last departureN/A
British Airways Galleries LoungeConcourse B, up the escalators after disembarking from the AeroTrainDaily: 3:15 p.m. – 9:45 p.m.N/A
Etihad First and Business Class LoungeConcourse A, near gate A14Daily: 5:15 a.m. – 10 p.m.N/A
Lufthansa Business LoungeConcourse B, near gates B49-B51Daily: 8:20 a.m. – 10 p.m.N/A
SleepboxConcourse A, mezzanine level, between gates A6 and A14Daily: 24 hoursFrom $30
Turkish Airlines LoungeConcourse B, near gate B43Daily: 6 a.m. – 11 p.m.N/A
United ClubConcourse D, near gate D8Daily: 5 a.m. – 10 p.m.$59
Virgin Atlantic ClubhouseConcourse A, near gate A32Daily: 2:20 p.m. – 6:20 p.m.N/A

* Hours are subject to change without notice. Lounge access may be restricted at times due to capacity.
** Day Pass for any passenger. Lounges marked as N/A only allow entry for eligible passengers in their premium cabins, frequent flyer programs, or participating credit card programs.

Hot Tip: Avoid lounge entry fees with these Personal and Business Credit Cards for Complimentary Airport Lounge Access.

Priority Pass Access

Priority Pass members may access the following lounges with their membership:

  • Air France/KLM Lounge
  • British Airways Galleries Lounge
  • Sleepbox (valid for a 1-hour stay)
  • Turkish Airlines Lounge
  • Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse
  • Chef Geoff’s (valid for $28 off the bill)

Find out more about Priority Pass memberships as well as the best credit cards for complimentary Priority Pass access.

Dining and Drinks at IAD

IAD has 45 restaurants, cafes, and fast-food counters, from Chipotle to Five Guys. Outside of the secure area, the lower level of the terminal has the most choices, and each concourse has a range of options inside the secure area.

IAD Wi-Fi and Charging Points

IAD provides free Wi-Fi for passengers in the terminal and concourses. To connect, select “FlyDulles” from the available connections and input your email address and zip code when prompted. For any assistance, passengers may email [email protected].

Charging Stations: Charging points are available at many of the departure gates and throughout the terminal.

Hot Tip: Not all airports offer free Wi-Fi. If you don’t want to worry about being disconnected, think about investing in a mobile hotspot to keep you connected. 

IAD Airport Lost and Found

IAD’s lost and found office is located behind baggage claim 2 on the arrivals level. Passengers that have lost an item in any of the public areas of the airport or on the AeroTrain or a shuttle bus may visit the office or call 703-572-8479. The office is open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

Passengers that leave an item on an aircraft must contact the applicable airline.

If an item is left at a security checkpoint, then passengers can submit a claim or visit the TSA lost and found office behind baggage claim 1 on the arrivals level. The office is only open to drop-in visitors Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Additional Airport Information

Information Services

Information desks are in the following locations:

Terminal

  • Departures level, 2 kiosks at the front of the terminal
  • Arrivals level, near baggage claims 6, 11, and 14
  • Just past the east and west security checkpoints

Concourse

  • Concourse A, near gate A15
  • Concourse B, near gate B62
  • Concourse C, near gate C17
  • Concourse D, near gate D16

Children’s Play Areas

IAD has a children’s play area in Concourse B, near gate B70. This large play area was developed in conjunction with NASA and earned the airport a spot in the Top 10 Most Kid-Friendly Airports in the U.S.

Baby Facilities

IAD has 8 nursing rooms located:

  • Opposite baggage claims 2, 6, 11, and 14
  • Concourse A, near gate A20
  • Concourse B, near gate B70
  • Concourse C, near gate C11
  • Concourse D, near gate D1

Traveling With a Pet

Washington Dulles International Pet Relief Areas
Washington Dulles International Pet Relief Areas. Image Credit: Washington Dulles International Airport

IAD has 4 pet relief areas, located:

  • Departures level, outside of the terminal at both ends
  • Concourse A, near gate A32
  • Concourse D, near gate D1

Duty Free

IAD has 7 duty-free shops located:

  • Concourse A, near gates A14 and A32
  • Concourse B, near gate B63
  • Concourse C, near gate C4 and C14
  • Concourse D, near D1 and D12

Smoking Areas

Washington Dulles International Airport Smoking Areas
Washington Dulles International Airport Smoking Areas. Image Credit: Washington Dulles International Airport

Smoking is permitted outside of the terminals and in 4 dedicated smoking areas inside the secure area:

  • Concourse B, near gates B37 and B73
  • Concourse C, near gate C2
  • Concourse D, near gate D30

Money

ATMs are located throughout the airport, and foreign currency services are available at:

  • Departures level at the east and west ends, near the top of the escalators
  • Concourses A, near gate A32
  • Concourse C, near gate C8 and C12
  • Concourse D, near gate D16
  • International arrivals, opposite the baggage re-check counters

Luggage Storage

As with other U.S. airports, there’s no luggage storage provided by the airport, but passengers can use an external company such as Vertoe.com.

Important IAD Phone Numbers

Customer Service: 703-572-2700

Parking: 703-572-4500

Lost and Found: 703-572-8479

Travel to and From IAD

Transport Options

Bus

  • Fairfax Connector: Local bus routes 981 and 983 serve destinations in Reston, the Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station, and Smithsonian Udvar-Hazy Air and Space Museum. Buses depart from curb 2E.
  • Metrobus: Route 5A serves Rosslyn VA and L’Enfant Plaza in Washington, D.C. Buses depart from curb 2E.
  • Silver Line Express: Buses to/from Wiehle-Reston East Metrorail Station for the Metro Silver Line. Buses depart every 15-20 minutes from outside door 4 of the terminal on the arrivals level.
  • Virginia Breeze: Intercity serving the Shenandoah Valley, Blacksburg, and Union Station in Washington, D.C. Buses depart from curb 2A.
  • Megabus: Services from the airport and Union Station to Charlottesville. Buses depart from curb 2A.

Train 

Metrorail

Metro map IAD
Metro Station. Image Credit: Washington Dulles International Airport

Washington, D.C.’s Metro connects the city to suburban Virginia and Maryland. Passengers can access the Metro from the airport by riding the Silver Line Express or Fairfax Connector to Wiehle-Reston East Station to pick-up the Metro’s Silver Line.

Shuttles

Non-airport shuttles such as hotel transfers operate from the ground transportation level outside of the terminal.

Washington Flyer Taxicabs

Taxis are available 24/7 in the ground transportation area on the lower level (through doors 2 or 6). Fares from the airport to downtown Washington, D.C. are around $70 (excluding tip).

Ride Share

Lyft, Uber, and Via operate from IAD and may drop-off and pick-up passengers curbside outside of the terminal.

Directions by Car to IAD

Arriving From Downtown Washington, D.C.

Take I-66 across the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge and continue on I-66. Keep right at the fork to continue on VA-267 W and follow signs for Dulles Airport/I-495 N/Baltimore. Keep left at the fork to continue on Dulles Access Road until you reach Saarinen Circle for access to the terminal. Please note that this route has tolls.

Arriving From Baltimore

Take I-95 S to exit 27 and merge onto I-495 W towards Silver Spring. Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 45A to merge onto VA-267 W and then exit towards Dulles Airport. Stay on Dulles Access Road until you reach Saarinen Circle for access to the terminal.

IAD Airport Parking Information

Washington Dulles International Airport Parking Map
Washington Dulles International Airport Parking Map. Image Credit: Washington Dulles International Airport

Official Airport Parking

IAD has convenient airport parking located across from both terminals with direct, covered access via walkways. Long-term parking is also available for those looking for the most cost-effective option.

Short-Term Parking

The terminal parking lot provides the closest and most convenient option for passengers looking for hourly or daily parking. The parking lot is connected to the terminal via an underground pedestrian walkway.

Terminal lot parking fees:

  • Hourly: $6
  • Daily rate: $25

Parking garage 1 is located beyond the terminal parking lot and also connects to the terminal via an underground tunnel with moving walkways. A courtesy shuttle bus also transports passengers from the terminal to the parking garage, operating from curb areas 2E and 2F.

Parking garage fees:

  • Hourly: $6
  • Daily rate: $17

Hot Tip: For passengers looking to charge up their cars, parking garage 1 has 5 electric vehicle charging points located on level 3 row H.

Long-Term Parking

Both of the long-term parking lots are currently closed, and drivers are issued a coupon at the gate to allow garage parking at the economy rate of $10 per day.

Curbside Valet Parking 

Valet parking is available from zone 3 on the departures level from 4 a.m. – 10 p.m. Fees are $35 for day 1 and $10 per hour (up to a $35 maximum) for subsequent days.

Pick-Up and Drop-Off Parking

The cell phone waiting lot is located on Autopilot Drive and allows visitors to park for free while they wait to pick-up a passenger. Visitors may remain for up to 1 hour and must not leave their vehicles unattended.

Off-Site and Hotel Parking

If you’re willing to travel a little further, then airport parking can be booked at external parking lots and hotels for a cheaper rate.

Parking at IAD starts at $7 per day when booked with airportparkingreservations.com, and these external parking lots include courtesy shuttles to and from the airport.

Parking for Passengers With Disabilities

Disabled parking is available at all airport property parking lots. In the terminal parking lots, spaces are located closest to the underground tunnel to the terminal, and in the economy parking lot, these are located closest to the shuttle bus stops. All airport shuttles are wheelchair accessible.

Parking Contact Number

General Inquiries: 703-572-4500

Car Rental at IAD Airport

All rental cars are located on Autopilot Road located north of the terminal, and courtesy buses shuttle passengers to and from the terminal. Buses pick-up and drop-off at the ground transportation area at stops 2C or 2D.

The following companies are located in the rental car center:

Hot Tip: Avoid excessive rental insurance fees with these credit cards that include rental insurance as a benefit.

IAD Airport Hotels

Hotel Westin Washington Dulles Airport
Hotel Westin Washington Dulles Airport. Image Credit: Booking.com

Washington Dulles Airport Marriott is located on airport property about 0.5 miles from the terminal building. More hotels can be found 1+ miles away and range from 2- to 4-stars.

HotelAddress and Phone NumberStar RatingDistance From the Airport (Miles)
Washington Dulles Airport Marriott45020 Aviation Dr., Dulles, VA 20166

703-471-9500

30.5
Westin Washington Dulles Airport2520 Wasser Terr., Herndon, VA 20171

703-793-3366

41.1
Candlewood Suites Washington-Dulles Herndon13845 Sunrise Valley Dr., Herndon, VA 20171

703-793-7100

21.2
Hyatt Regency Dulles2300 Dulles Corner Blvd., Herndon, VA 20171

703-713-1234

31.4
Staybridge Suites Herndon-Dulles13700 Coppermine Rd., Herndon, VA 20171

703-713-6800

31.4
Courtyard by Marriott Dulles Airport Herndon13715 Sayward Blvd., Herndon, VA 20171

571-643-0950

31.5
Hyatt Place Herndon Dulles Airport East13711 Sayward Blvd., Herndon, VA 20171

571-643-0905

41.5
Hilton Washington Dulles Airport13869 Park Center Rd., Herndon, VA 20171

703-478-2900

41.8
Extended Stay America – Washington, D.C. – Sterling – Dulles45345 Catalina Ct., Sterling, VA 20166

703-904-7575

21.9
Homewood Suites Dulles-International Airport13460 Sunrise Valley Dr., Herndon, VA 20171

703-793-1700

32
Comfort Inn & Suites Airport Dulles-Gateway45515 Dulles Plaza, Sterling, VA 20166

703-687-1612

22
Hyatt House Sterling/Dulles Airport North45520 Dulles Plaza, Sterling, VA 20166

703-435-9002

32.1
Fairfield Inn & Suites Dulles Airport23000 Indian Creek Dr., Sterling, VA 20166

703-435-5300

32.1
Embassy Suites Dulles Airport13341 Woodland Park Rd., Herndon, VA 20171

703-464-0200

32.2
Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Washington Dulles International Airport, VA45620 Falke Plaza, Sterling, VA 20166

703-435-2700

32.3
Crowne Plaza Hotel Dulles Airport2200 Centreville Rd., Herndon, VA 20170

703-471-6700

42.4
Holiday Inn Washington-Dulles International Airport45425 Holiday Dr., Sterling, VA 20166

703-471-7411

32.4
Washington Dulles Marriott Suites13101 Worldgate Dr., Herndon, VA 20170

703-709-0400

32.4
Best Western Dulles Airport Inn45440 Holiday Dr., Sterling, VA 20166

703-471-8300

22.5
TownePlace Suites by Marriott Dulles Airport22744 Holiday Park Dr., Sterling, VA 20166

703-707-2017

32.5
Hampton Inn & Suites Washington-Dulles International Airport22700 Holiday Park Dr., Sterling, VA 20166

703-537-7800

32.6
SpringHill Suites Dulles Airport22595 Shaw Rd., Sterling, VA 20166

703-444-3944

32.8
Extended Stay America – Washington, D.C. – Herndon – Dulles1021 Elden St., Herndon, VA 20170

703-481-5363

23
Hampton Inn Washington-Dulles International Airport South4050 Westfax Dr., Chantilly, VA 20151

703-818-8200

33.5

Top 3 Hotel Stays Using Points

HotelAddress and Phone NumberStar RatingDistance From the Airport (Miles)Loyalty ProgramAward Night Cost
Hilton Washington Dulles Airport13869 Park Center Rd., Herndon, VA 20171

703-478-2900

41.8Hilton Honors20,000-30,000 Hilton Honors points
Westin Washington Dulles Airport2520 Wasser Terrace, Herndon, VA 20171

703-793-3366

41.1Marriott Bonvoy20,000-30,000 Marriott points
Hyatt Regency Dulles2300 Dulles Corner Blvd., Herndon, VA 20171

703-713-1234

31.4World of Hyatt5,000 World of Hyatt points

The Hilton Washington Dulles Airport has plenty of amenities that travelers will love. The hotel features an on-site restaurant, a free airport shuttle, a 24-hour fitness center, and has both an indoor and outdoor pool. Hilton no longer publishes an award chart, but award nights at the hotel will cost 20,000 to 30,000 points per night on average.

The Westin Dulles is a stellar option at just 1.1 miles away from the airport. Guests have access to a free airport shuttle, indoor and outdoor pool, business center, and on-site restaurant, and the hotel even allows pets. The hotel is a category 4 property in the Marriott Bonvoy program, meaning award nights start at 20,000 points on off-peak nights, 25,000 points on standard nights, and 30,000 points on peak nights.

Those who prefer to stay at a Hyatt will find themselves very comfortable at the Hyatt Regency Dulles. Like the other options, the hotel offers a complimentary airport shuttle, fitness center, pool, on-site restaurant, and business center. However, the hotel is just a category 1 property in the World of Hyatt program — meaning award nights cost just 5,000 points per night — making it an exceptional value for your points.

Final Thoughts

Washington Dulles International Airport serves 45% more direct destinations than any other airport in its region, flying to 87 domestic and 58 international destinations.

IAD has seen a great deal of modernization over the last decade or so, and the airport’s structured layout allows for future expansion to accommodate double the current passenger capacity. This would include another new concourse after the C/D concourses with connections via the AeroTrain.


Frequently asked questions

Is Dulles Airport in D.C. or Virginia?

Washington Dulles International Airport is located in the state of Virginia, approximately 26 miles (42 km) from downtown Washington, D.C.

How much is Uber from Dulles to D.C.?

An Uber from Washington Dulles International Airport to downtown Washington, D.C. costs approximately $45, depending on your destination point.

Is there a train to Dulles Airport?

There is not a train service directly into Washington Dulles International Airport. Passengers can ride the Metro (Silver Line) to Wiehle-Reston East Station to pick-up the Silver Line Bus or Fairfax Connector for transport to the airport.

How much is a cab from Dulles to downtown D.C.?

Taxis are available 24/7 in the ground transportation area on the lower level (through doors 2 or 6). Fares from the airport to downtown Washington, D.C. are around $70 (excluding tip).

How early should I get to Dulles Airport?

The standard guidance for any U.S. airport is that passengers should arrive 2 hours before a domestic flight and 3 hours before an international flight.

How do you get around Dulles Airport?

Passengers can walk via an underground tunnel between the main terminal and Concourses A/B. The AeroTrain operates from 2 stations in the terminal to Concourses A, B, and C. Another option is to take a people mover, which operates between the main terminal and Concourse D and Concourse D and Concourse A.

How much does it cost to use the Dulles Toll Road?

Tolls on the Dulles Toll Road are $1-$3.50 depending on your entry and exit points.

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