Norman Mineta San Jose Airport Information

The Mineta San Jose Airport is the smallest commercial airport in the bay area. It offers a diverse array of flights. Alaska Airlines offers flights to several mainland cities as well as Hawaii and Guadalajara. Volaris also offers flights to Guadalajara. US Air offers flights to Phoenix. American Eagle offers flights to Chicago/O'Hare, Dallas, and LA.. United Express offers flights to Houston, LA, and Denver. Jet Blue offers flights to Boston and NY-JFK. Southwest offers flights to Austin, Burbank, Chicago/Midway, Denver, Las Vegas, LA, Ontario, Orange County, Phoenix, Portland, San Diego, and Seattle. Delta offers flights to Atlanta, Minneapolis, and Salt Lake City.

The airport is located where Highway 101 and Interstate 880 meet. Arrivals and pickups are on the same drive-through level. International flights use Terminal A. Domestic flights may use either A or B. The rental car center is across from terminal B. Drivers may wait in the free cell phone lot on the Airport Parkway, or they may park in the one-hour express parking spaces reserved in Lot 2 or Lot 5. Long term parking is available in six lots. Electric car charging is available. The VTA Airport Flyer provides a link to San Jose light rail, the Santa Clara Caltrain, BART light rail and Amtrak. This makes it easy to reach the Mineta San Jose airport from wherever you are in the Bay Area.

If you need to grab a bite to eat on Concourse A, you can choose from Fresh Attractions, Gordon Biersch Brewing Co., Peet’s Coffee, Sonoma Chicken, Sora (Japanese), Starbucks and Tres Gringos. Euro Café is located on the Baggage claim level and is accessible to non-ticketed travelers. The eateries in Concourse B include Harbor Express (American breakfast and Chinese cuisine), Mojo Burger, The Brit pub, Ruby Tuesday, Pizza My Heart, Sushi Boat, Una Mas, and more. There are laptop charging stations in many locations in the airport.