San Diego Intl Airport Information

San Diego International Airport is San Diego County’s key airport. Southwest Airlines is the primary air carrier at the airport, but it does not serve as a hub. While a preponderance of the flights occurs in North America, British Airways has flights to Heathrow in London, as does Hawaiian Airlines, which flies to Honolulu.

The San Diego Airport has three terminals. Terminal One has two parts, designated East and West, with gates One through 19. Terminal Two also has two parts, with 22 gates that are numbered 20 to 41. Terminal Two manages all the international flights. The third terminal is the Commuter Terminal with four gates. All the commuter flights take place between San Diego and Los Angeles International Airport.

The airport has a one-hour, free parking lot from which patrons can use cell phones to contact passengers from incoming flights. It is next to the SAN Park Harbor Drive a long-term lot. The lot has the schedule of flight arrivals.

The San Diego Airport is accessible on the San Diego Transit Bus on Route 992, called the Flyer, and Route 923A offers transportation to the airport terminals. The line starts in San Diego’s downtown along with stops such as one at the viewing lot at Laurel and Harbor. Travelers can connect to these routes from locations in down town and with the Coaster, San Diego Trolley and Amtrak Pacific Surfliner Train.

San Diego International Airport has a variety of parking choices. Travelers can park at the airport for a lengthy time. The Airport has parking lots next to Terminal One and the Commuter Terminal though these have high use and are often full.

The parking lost near Terminal Two is for short-term parking providing convenience for those with flights out of this terminal. The lot has 700 spaces for parking.