On this page, you will find the information you need to easily make your way through Washington Dulles International Airport and to your destination.
Arrival and departure terminal maps and information for Washington Dulles International Airport.
Carry-on luggage may be inspected.
Some travelers are eligible for Fast Track Security Screening. Travelers should look for the Premium Passenger Lane.
Note: Each member may bring one accompanying guest. Fast Track service may not be available, depending on time.
ANA flights arrive at Gates B41 and B43 on Concourse B. On Concourse B (arrival concourse), there is the United Airlines United Global First Lounge and the Lufthansa Senator Lounge. Arriving passengers connecting to other flights at Washington Dulles Airport should take the Mobile Lounge to the 1st floor of Concourse C. On the 1st floor of Concourse C, there are immigration booths, check-in counters (United Airlines codeshare flight check-in counters), the baggage claim area, customs, security, and the baggage counter for connecting flights. After passing through these, on the 2nd floor (departure floor) of Concourse C, there is the United Airlines United Global First Lounge, the United Club Lounge, and the AeroTrain C Gates Station. Passengers whose final destination is Washington and passengers connecting to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport should take the Mobile Lounge to the 2nd floor of the Main Terminal.
IAD → any Washington D.C. Metrorail subway station via Wiehle-Reston East Metro Station (such as Metro Center, Farragut West stations)
IAD → to Rosslyn Subway Station in Arlington, and to L'Enfant Plaza Subway Station in D.C.
Passengers traveling to the United States from abroad must provide passport information and the documents listed here that are required for entering the United States.
Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA):
Passengers are required to obtain pre-travel authorization through the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) to enter the USA under the Visa Waiver Program (see below).
The U.S. Visa Waiver Program (VWP) enables most nationals of participating countries to travel to the United States for tourism or business for 90 days or less without obtaining a visa.
Travelers must have a valid ESTA approval prior to travel and must meet all requirements for the program.
VWP Participating Countries
Recent VWP Changes
Recent changes to the Visa Waiver Program prohibit the following customers from travelling under VWP; such passengers must apply for a non-immigrant visa.
A waiver may be obtained on a case-by-case basis for those who have traveled to the areas mentioned above for official duties of an international organization, regional organizations or sub-national government; journalists for reporting purposes; and legitimate business-related purposes in Iran and Iraq. Please contact your nearest U.S. embassy or consulate for waiver information.
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration requires that all passengers provide the following information at least 72 hours before departure to the United States.
The U.S. has recently enhanced its security measures to include security checks of some electronic devices on flights bound to the US. Some electronic devices must undergo security check at the boarding gate based on TSA regulations.