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San Antonio Airport-San Antonio International



Unlike many cities of similar size, the local San Antonio airport is not located in a suburban area. Instead, it is located near the heart of the city in the North Central area of San Antonio. Because of this, traffic can be a real pain but the completion of an expansion of Loop 410 near the airport has helped alleviate some of that congestion.

Location and Contact Info:

Location: 9800 Airport Boulevard, San Antonio, Texas 78216
Phone: (210)207-3450
Official Website: http://www.sanantonio.gov/aviation/

General Info:

Flight Info: Arrivals, Departures, Weather
Directions: Official directions from every direction in the city can be found HERE.
Customer Service: Should you have a complaint that you want to file after you leave the airport, the easiest way is to fill out this official form online.
Non-Stop and Direct Flights: There are dozens of non-stop and direct (stop with no connection) flights out of San Antonio International each day.
Lost and Found: If you have misplaced anything while traveling or the airlines lost your luggage, this handy page has all the info you will need.


Hourly: The first half hour is free, then prices go from $1 for 30-60 minutes and a max of $22 for a full 24 hours. Hourly parking is located just 2-4 minutes from the terminals.
Long Term: If you don't mind parking a bit further from the terminal (but still just 3-6 minutes away) you can get a better discount, paying just $10 for the entire day.
Economy: Park in this lot 15 minutes from the terminals and get all-day parking for just $6.
Cell Phone Waiting Lot: If you are picking up a passenger, there is a cell phone waiting lotavailable 24/7. You park there, enjoy the free wifi and wait for the passenger to call.

Terminal 1:

Terminal 1 holds the majority of the airlines that service the San Antonio International Airport. These include: Aeromexico Connect, Aeromar, Airtran, ASA, Comair, Delta, Frontier, Mexicana, Northwest, Skywest, Southwest, United, and US Airways.

Terminal 2:

Terminal 2 is home to American Airlines, Continental, and Continental Express. It is due to be demolished upon completion of the Terminal B, which is slated for 2010 and will be a permanent replacement. There is also a Terminal C under construction that will be next to Terminal B and can be expanded if the San Antonio population growth continues. This terminal should be finished in 2012.
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