The health and safety of our travelers, employees, and all airport users are SAN’s top priorities. To protect the health and safety of the San Diego region, our offices are closed to the public starting March 18 as part of the nationwide effort to limit the spread of coronavirus.
From ATMs to visitor information, luggage carts to bicycle lockers, we’ve got you covered. Find all of the services you need at San Diego International Airport.
While San Diego International Airport may be open twenty-four hours a day, restaurants, shops and airline operating hours will vary. Plan ahead with information on facilities operating here at the airport.
Need assistance through the airport? The airport offers a variety of services for passengers with disabilities or those requiring extra assistance. Find out what services are available before arriving at the airport.
Thousands of bags pass through San Diego International on any given day. To help expedite your passage through the terminal, several airlines offer a curbside baggage check-in service. Check here for more information baggage services located at the airport.
Volunteer Airport Ambassadors are a great source of information at the airport. Ambassadors staff information desks and podiums, and are also mobile throughout the airport. They are available to assist passengers and guests with their questions and wayfinding needs.
Items found in airport terminals, curbside areas, parking lots or airport operated shuttles are stored in the airport’s Lost & Found. Find information on how items are claimed and returned.