Largest single-structure airport parking garages in the USA/Canada


Seattle - Source: imspatial.wordpress.com

Seattle – Source: imspatial.wordpress.com

The following list identifies the largest single-structure parking garages/decks at airports in the United States and Canada. The rankings are based on the number of parking spaces and include public parking and/or rental car parking spaces. Most of the airports listed have multiple parking facilities on and off site, but these represent the largest individual multi-level parking structures. Data regarding parking structures Canadian airports was/is difficult to find, so only Toronto Pearson International Airport is listed at this time. As always, any additions and/or corrections are welcome.

Abbreviations:

  • CONRAC – consolidated rent-a-car (or rental car) facility
  • UC – under construction
    Data includes public parking and rental car parking garages – minimum 4,000 spaces, whether built at one time such as the Detroit McNamara Parking Garage or over time with additions and expansions. The parking garage must be a single structure.
  1. Seattle-Tacoma International (rental/public) = 13,000 spaces
  2. Detroit Metropolitan Airport (McNamara) = 11,500 spaces
  3. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (CONRAC) = 10,000 spaces
  4. Chicago O’Hare International Airport (Main) = 9,266 spaces
  5. Milwaukee General Mitchell International Airport – 9,000 spaces
  6. Toronto Pearson International Airport = 9,000 spaces
  7. Denver International Airport (E) = 8,795 spaces
  8. Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport (CONRAC) = 8,700 spaces
  9. Baltimore-Washington International Airport (Daily) = 8,400 spaces
  10. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (Terminal D) = 8,100 spaces
  11. Tampa International Airport (Economy) = 8,043 spaces
  12. Boston Logan International Airport (Central) = 7,900 spaces
  13. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (Terminal A) = 7,793 spaces
  14. Charlotte Douglas International Airport (rental/public) = 7,700 spaces
  15. Tampa International Airport (Temporary) = 7,635 spaces
  16. Orlando International Airport (North) = 7,350 spaces
  17. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (CONRAC) = 7,200 spaces
  18. Indianapolis International Airport (rental/public) =  7,100 spaces
  19. Denver International Airport (W) = 7,000 spaces
  20. Newark Liberty International Airport (proposed) = 7,000 spaces
  21. Chicago O’Hare International Airport (rental/public – UC) = 6,800 spaces
  22. Miami International Airport (CONRAC) = 6,500 spaces
  23. Chicago Midway Airport (Economy) = 6,300 spaces
  24. Raleigh-Durham International Airport = 6,200 spaces
  25. Atlanta Hartfield International Airport (UC) = 6,000 spaces
  26. Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (T3) = 6,000 spaces
  27. Detroit Metropolitan Airport (North/Blue) = 5,500 spaces
  28. San Diego Lindbergh International Airport (CONRAC) = 5,400 spaces
  29. Sacramento International Airport (Terminal A) = 5,326 spaces
  30. Baltimore-Washington International Airport = 5,300 spaces
  31. Washington Reagan National Airport (Terminal B/C) = 5,223 spaces
  32. San Antonio International Airport (Long Term) = 5,188 spaces
  33. Dallas Love Field (new – UC) = 5,130 spaces
  34. Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (Terminal 1 – UC) = 5,000 spaces
  35. Orlando International Airport (South – proposed) = 5,000 spaces
  36. Grand Rapids Gerald Ford International Airport = 4,800 spaces
  37. Washington Dulles International Airport (Garage 1) = 4,650 spaces
  38. Madison Dane County Regional Airport = 4,465 spaces
  39. Louisville International Airport = 4,304 spaces
  40. Dallas Love Field (B) = 4,006 spaces
  41. Boston Logan International Airport (CONRAC) = 4,000 spaces
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