San Diego Airport Terminals

San Diego Airport has two different terminals named as Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 that are located next to each other.

 

Each terminal has two areas: East and West with their respective boarding gates and services.

 

 

Inter-terminal transportation

At the airport there are parking shuttles that links the parking lots with both terminals, T1 and T2. The Airport Loop shuttle service provides free, frequent transportation between terminals and the car rental center as well.

 

The Airport Loop runs seven days a week, 24

hours a day. It also connects with Middletown Station (which serves the Green Line Trolley).

On the other hand, both terminals are connected by walkway.

 

 

Terminals

See in each section detailed information about Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 of San Diego Airport:

 

 

Terminal 1

San Diego Airport Terminal 1is served by Alaska Airlines, Frontier Airlines and Southwest, being the domestic terminal.

It is home of boarding gates 1A, 1, 2, 3-10 and 11-18.

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Terminal 2

San Diego Airport Terminal 2 stands for the international terminal.

Hosts boarding gates 20-32 and 33-48.

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