- 1 Does RSW have a lost and found?
- 2 How do you contact Southwest Airlines lost and found?
- 3 Are masks required at RSW?
- 4 Can you smoke at RSW?
Does RSW have a lost and found?
Lost & Found Telephone: 239-210-6453 To file a report for a lost item in the general areas of the airport terminal (excluding airline gates and the rental car facility), please click here. If you have any questions or concerns, call 239-590-4646 during regular business hours (Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.).
How do you contact Southwest Airlines lost and found?
Please make a report in person to the Southwest Airlines Baggage Service Office (located in the baggage claim area or at the ticket counter). Or, if you’ve already left the airport, call 1-800-I-FLY-SWA (1-800-435-9792).
What does RSW airport stand for?
Southwest Florida International Airport
What does RSW mean, anyway? It is airport code for Regional Southwest. The airport’s name was Southwest Florida International Airport until its 10th birthday, in 1993. Swapping regional for international reflected its growing service to and from Canada.
Is RSW airport open 24 hours?
The airport is open 24 hours.
Does Newark Airport have a lost and found?
The Lost & Found Department is located at Newark Airport Newark New Jersey 07114. You may visit between the hours of 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM Monday through Friday. Visitors are encouraged to report lost or misplaced articles using the link above. You may also inquire in person or you can phone 855-400-0863.
Where is baggage claim at RSW?
The baggage claim area is on the ground level and houses the baggage carousels, information & rental car car counters. It is also an ideal meeter/ greeter point.
How do I get through to Southwest Airlines?
You can call the Southwest Airlines customer service phone line 24/7. To reach a representative, call this telephone number: 1-800-I-FLY-SWA or 1-800-435-9792.
When was RSW airport built?
May 14, 1983
➢ Southwest Florida Regional Airport (RSW) opened on May 14, 1983. The original terminal is pictured at left. ➢ On May 14, 1993, ten years after opening, the airport was renamed Southwest Florida International Airport.
Where is the old RSW airport?
At the time of its opening, the airport was named Southwest Florida Regional Airport (the airport code RSW is short for “Regional South-West”). Delta Air Lines operated the first flight. The original terminal was located on the north side of the runway at the end of Chamberlin Parkway.
Are masks required at RSW?
A federal mask mandate requires wearing a mask at all times while inside the airport terminal buildings at RSW. A June 10, 2021 update by the CDC no longer requires a mask to be worn in outdoor areas at RSW. Failure to comply may result in removal and denial of re-entry.
Can you smoke at RSW?
Nowhere. Smoking is prohibited inside the airport terminal.