Los Cabos International Airport

Los Cabos International Airport serves the Los Cabos penisula of San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. This airport has three terminals with four concourses. Terminal 1 serves domestic and international operations for air carriers, while Terminal 3 services Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines,  and others. Private Jets and their passengers are usually routed to Terminal 2. 

Private Jets

The airport has become the most significant facility in Baja California Sur. As a dramatic increase in the number of resorts has occurred and the region’s fast population growth, the airport’s infrastructure is now insufficient during peak hours to meet the positioning needs of commercial aircraft, possibly creating ground delays. Private jets may also experience delays with high-demand slots for take-off and landing. Cabo San Lucas International is the second regional airport serving Cabo with more capacity for private jet traffic.

Los Cabos International (MMSD) Key Facts

Operating hours: 24/7
FBOs: There are three fixed-base operators (FBOs) in operation at MMSD, ground handling operations and jet fuel service companies. Hangar services and ground transportation are all available here.
Runways: 16/34 9,843 feet
Airport Codes: ICAO: MMSD and IATA: SJD
Lat/Long: N23-09.1/W109-43.3
Customs: Yes
Address: Carretera Transpenínsular, s/n km 43.523420, Municipio de Los Cabos, B.C.S. México

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The Los Cabos International Airport has handled millions of passengers in the past few years. As Cabo San Lucas has become an even more popular vacation and tourist destination, the region has increased population and traffic to and from the airport. The area returned strongly after Hurricane Odile in 2014; the Los Cabos International Airport suffered damage to planes on the ground and wind damage to terminal structures.

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