This is, at the moment, and in no particular order a living document growing as I remember the airports through which I have passed. I know all have changed, as have I, over the years. In 1968 the terminal at Sky Harbor International airport in Phoenix was a single story building. Passengers waited inside till departure time then walked across the tarmac and up the stairs to board their flight. I believe that building still stands at PHX but that is the only “old” part of the airport.
ABQ, AEX, ANC, ATL, AVB, BCN, BWI, CDG, COS, CRK, CSG, CXR, DCA, DCA, DEN, DFW, DIA, ELP, EWR, EZE, FCO, FLL, FRA, GMP, GRK, HNR, HOU, HSV, IAD, IAH, ILG, IND, KUL, LAX, LHG, LHR, MCI, MCO, MIA, MRS, MRY, NAP, NYC, OAK, OKO, ORD, ORF, OSN, PBI, PDX, PHF, PHL, PHX, RDM, SAN, SAV, SEA, SFO, SGN, SIN, SLC, SMF, SNA, STL, SUU, TCM, TUS, VCE, ZRH,