Complete Guide to: San Jose International Airport

Complete Guide to San Jose International


Table of Contents

  1. About San Jose
  2. Websites
  3. Terminals/Airlines
  4. Airlines and Destinations
  5. Runways
  6. Arrival Procedures

1: About San Jose

San Jose International is Silicon Valley’s main airport that serves as a major hub for airlines such as Alaska and Southwest along with the private jet company NetJets. The airport was originally built to be a Flight School and has now evolved into a very popular airport.

2: Websites

Official Airport Website

Other websites:

3: Terminals/Airlines

Airport has 2 terminals in total along with a few cargo aprons and many General Aviation and Private Ramps

Terminal Gates Airlines
Terminal A 01-16 Air Canada, American, British Airways, Delta, Hawaiian, JetBlue, United, Volaris, Zipair
Terminal B 17-35 Alaska, Southwest

4: Airlines and Destinations

Seasonal Destinations are included

Airline Destinations
Air Canada Vancouver
Alaska Austin, Boise, Guadalajara, Honolulu, Kahului, Kailua-Kona, Lihue, Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Portland, Puerto Vallarta, San Diego, San Jose Del Cabo, Seattle
American Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Phoenix
British Airways London Heathrow
Delta Atlanta, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Salt Lake City, Seattle
Hawaiian Honolulu, Kahului
Jetblue Boston, New York
Southwest Austin, Boise, Burbank, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Eugene, Honolulu, Houston, Kahului, Kailua-Kona, Las Vegas, Lihue, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Ontario, Orange County, Palm Springs, Phoenix, Palm Springs, Reno, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Spokane, St. Louis
United Chicago, Denver, Houston
Volaris Guadalajara, Mexico City, Morelia, Silao, Zacatecas
Zipair Tokyo

5: Runways

30L/12R: 11008 x 150 ft
Landing Runway

30R/12L: 11008 x 150 ft
Departure Runway

6: Procedures

Bolded procedure is the preferred procedure


Direction Procedure
West N/A

Thank you for reading this guide. Hopefully this helps you in the future the next time you decide to fly into SJC! Have a great rest of your day!

Guide Created by @Butter575