In 1990, Terminals A and B were built, which replaced the former Eddie Martin Terminal. In 2011, Terminal A added a dedicated commuter gate area, across with signage, refreshed gates, and information displays at Terminals A and B.
Leason Pomeroy Associates,Gensler & associates, and Thompson Consultants International designed terminals A and B. The terminals contain restaurants, bars, and shops. Above the themed restaurant, there is an American Airlines Admirals Club (operating out of Terminal A) and (serving Terminal B). Terminal A has 1–8gates, and Terminal B has 9–15 gates.
Terminal C, which opened in November 2011, added seven new gates, new eateries, and retail and dedicated commuter gate area.
Terminal C also provides a U.S. Border and Customs Protection and Federal Inspection Service for international flights that do not have pre-clearance. Passengers cleared exit at the south end of the Terminal C arrivals area. Two arrival gates feed into the FIS. To shortening processing time; The FIS facility has Global Entry kiosks for registered users. Gensler designed The FIS facility. Terminal C has 16-22 gates.
The Arrivals level, which is on the lower level of the airport, provides seven baggage claim belts, two are located in Terminal A, two in Terminal B, and three in Terminal C. Baggage Claim 7 is used for international arrivals.
Rental car offices are located between Terminal A and B baggage claim areas with most rental agencies on-site. Along the roadway from the arrivals pick-up area between Terminal A and B is an island for public transportation, which includes taxis, buses, and the Disneyland Resort Express.