AIRPORT

Sacramento International Airport

Sacramento International Airport (SMF) is your gateway to Northern California destinations and major cities across the U.S., and the world. Service is available from 13 major carriers and one commuter airline. Open 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.

Quick Facts About SMF:

  • 12 miles northwest of downtown Sacramento
  • Seven on-airport auto rental companies:
    Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, and National
  • Sacramento International is conveniently serves Northern California including the six-county Sacramento region, Vacaville, Napa and Lake Tahoe
  • Parking available for over 16,000 cars
  • Two 8,600' parallel runways, both fully-instrumented for inclement weather operations
  • 26 gates
  • Frequent non-stops to:
    New York City, Newark, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Guadalajara, Honolulu, Houston, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Kansas City, and all major California cities.

Delta Air Lines/Northwest Airlines

(800) 221-1212 FREE

Hawaiian Airlines

(800) 367-5320 FREE

Southwest Airlines

(800) 435-9792 FREE

U.S. Airways

(800) 428-4322 FREE

Alert: Please allow 60 minutes of in-terminal time during the early morning peak 4 a.m - 11 a.m.
Holiday Alert: Please allow 60 minutes of in-terminal time and at least 90 minutes prior to a flight if parking on-airport.

Terminal B Airlines

Alaska Airlines (B2)

(800) 426-0333 FREE

American Airlines (B1)
Check in at counter in B1; arrivals in B2.

(800) 433-7300 FREE

Continental Airlines (B2) (800) 523-3273 FREE

Frontier Airlines (B1)

(800) 265-5505 FREE

Horizon Air (B2)

(800) 547-9308 FREE

JetBlue (B2)

(800) 538-2583 FREE

Mexicana Airlines (B1)
Check in at counter in B1 before proceeding to International Building for departure; arrivals in International Building.

(800) 531-7921 FREE

United Airlines/United Express (B1)

(800) 241-6522 FREE

Transportation
Lift-equipped transportation to the airport is available from:

  • SuperShuttle (800) 258-3826 FREE at least 24 hours in advance
  • Direct Line (916) 727-0403
  • Med Star (916) 561-5905
  • Paratransit (916) 429-2744
    Local users must pre-register with this service by calling (916) 557-4685 . Registration can take up to 21 days. Out-of-town visitors may also use the service if they are registered with a similar service in their home town. To make a reservation, call at least 2 days in advance.

In addition, four of the auto rental companies at the airport -- Avis, Budget, Hertz and National -- offer vehicles for persons with disabilities (such vehicles must be reserved at least 48 to 72 hours in advance).
TDD Phones
10 telecommunication devices for the deaf (TDD) are located at the airport throughout terminal lobbies and concourses.
Wheelchairs
Wheelchair assistance is available from airlines and curbside skycaps at no charge (skycaps may also assist with luggage). Those wishing to transport a battery-powered wheelchair aboard an aircraft should make arrangements with their air carrier in advance.
Note : All passengers are subject to pre-board security screening which may include a hand search or use of a hand-wand.

Food and Beverage
What sort of food and beverage options are available at Sacramento International Airport?
Sacramento International Airport has a number of food and beverage options. Please see the Terminal Information page for more details.

Hotel
Does the airport have an on-site hotel?
The Host Airport Hotel closed June 2008 and was patially demolished to make way for construction of the Big Build, a new central terminal complex that will open to the public in 2012. Several local hotels offer free shuttle service to the airport.

Internet
Do you have Internet connections available at the airport?
While some pay phones in the terminals do offer Internet connectivity, Sacramento International Airport also has free wireless Internet (WiFi) connectivity throughout the airport.

Lost & Found
I lost something at Sacramento International Airport. What do I do?
The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department, Airport Division manages the lost and found program at Sacramento International Airport. Please visit the Lost & Found Web page to report your lost item. Please call (916) 874-0701 and leave a detailed message concerning your lost object. The Sheriffs frequently listen to these messages and will return your call if they have the object. If the item has been lost on board an aircraft, please contact your airline directly.

Parking
Where can I park?
Please see the Parking page for more information about parking rates and locations.
Can I park at the curb briefly while I check in?
Due to security regulations, the curb is strictly reserved for active loading and unloading of passengers. Vehicles that wait at the curb an/or are left unattended will be ticketed and/or towed.
How much is parking?
Please see the Parking page for more information about parking rates and locations.
How long can I park in a lot?

Security
What is and is not allowed on a plane?
Please see the Trasportation Security Administration (TSA) Web site for more information about prohibited and permitted items as well as packing tips.
I lost something at Sacramento International Airport. What do I do?
The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department, Airport Division manages the lost and found program at Sacramento International Airport. Please call (916) 874-0701 and leave a detailed message concerning your lost object. The Sheriffs frequently listen to these messages and will return your call if they have the object. If the item has been lost on board an aircraft, please contact your airline directly.
What identification is normally needed for air travel?
A government-issued photo ID is required for all adults boarding a plane. For information about identification needs for minors, please contact your airline directly.

Wireless Internet (WiFi)
Does Sacramento International Airprot have WiFi available? How much does it cost?
Sacramento International Airport has free wireless Internet (WiFi) service throughout the indoor, public areas of the airport. SMF's Wi-Fi network has 4 T1 connection, which provides users with speeds of up to 1.5 Mbps. The Wi-Fi 802.11b/g technology allows for speeds up to 54 Mbps, but throughput is governed by the speed at which the device is connected.

The Web site and FAQ do not answer the question that I have. What do I do?
Contact our Marketing and Public Relations department directly at air-market@saccounty.net for answers to the questions you may have or, at the very least, referrals to the appropriate agency that can answer your question.



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