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Lost & Found

The SAN Lost and Found office is currently closed to the public.

We are only accepting inquires via the Lost and Found claim form on this page, by phone at (619) 400-2140, or by email at Customers will not be permitted in the office due to the CDC’s current social distancing recommendations.

Until further notice, only essential items will be accepted by the Lost and Found office. Examples of essential items include government issued IDs, passports, baggage, jewelry, medication, medical devices, high-end electronics, and legal documents. Any other items accepted or released will be at management’s discretion. Items will only be returned to customers via FedEx on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the expense of the property owner.

Essential items found in the airport terminals, curbside areas, parking lots or airport operated shuttles are stored securely for 90 days before disposition. We do not take custody of items lost onboard aircraft, in for-hire vehicles such as taxis and door-to-door shuttles, in public buses, or in rental cars. For items lost onboard an aircraft, please contact your airline. The Lost and Found office does not store food items. All food items are disposed of upon receipt.

  • Mailing Address
    • San Diego International Airport
    • Lost and Found
    • 3835 N. Harbor Dr. Ste. 1097
    • San Diego, CA 92101

How Are Found Items Claimed and Returned?

The Lost and Found staff will secure all found items and make every effort to research and locate potential owners. You may arrange for the return of items by:

  • On-Site Pickup: Not available at this time.
  • Federal Express: With a Fed-Ex account number, the Lost and Found Office can prepare items for shipment Monday, Wednesday and Friday before 3:00 p.m.