Sacramento International Airport serves 4.6 million passengers each year. It is an easy-to-navigate airport but can seem overcrowded during peak periods.
Most shops and other passenger facilities are only available
after security. The massage stands are a welcome sight to many
weary air-travellers. While the Gordon Biersch Brewery in Terminal
B has a range of cold beers on tap.
Sacramento International Airport is located 10 miles (16 km) northwest of Sacramento
Getting to the city
Taxis can be located outside the baggage claim area at Terminal A and across from the airport hotel at Terminal B. Supershuttle.com is the official provider of on-call van and sedan service at the airport, while Suttlefare.com also provides a service here. Yolobus offers daily public bus service to the airport and connection to Regional Transit (Tel: (530) 666 2877 for schedules) while Limos.com provides limousine service to the airport.
GMT-8 (GMT-7 from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November)
Tel: (916) 929 5411
Car rental agencies include: Alamo, National, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Dollar and Hertz.
Facilities include restaurants, bars, shops and free wi-fi access in all public places. Disabled facilities are also available. Travellers requiring assistance should contact their airline prior to departure.
Hourly parking in the multi-level car park costs just $2 with a daily maximum of $29. The open lot near Terminal B is $27 per day. The economy lot has a daily rate of $9.
The majority of flights to Sacramento International Airport are offered by Southwest Airlines. Other airlines with flights to Sacramento include Delta, United, US Airways, Alaska Airlines, JetBlue, Aeromexico, Hawaiian Airlines and American Airlines.
Free wifi is available on the FlySacramento network throughout the airport.
The on-site Sacramento International Jet Center is the best place to find business facilities at Sacramental International Airport
Sacramento Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.