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San Jose Airport Terminals map

San Jose Airport first opened its gates in 1965 after Terminal C was inaugurated.

Later on the 90s, it went under expansion and Terminal A was built. It wasn’t until 2005 that the plans to build Terminal B were approved and announced. Even though, the plan went under a simplification - A north concourse was proposed to replace the former Terminal C and an expansion of Terminal A, adding further facilities such as check-in counters among others, was also built.

Transfer between terminals

A free shuttle bus connects Terminal A and Terminal B every 10-15 minutes (the service is available 24 hours). The service also connects with the parking lots.


San Jose Airport is composed by two passenger terminals as follows:

Terminal A

Terminal A just gone under expansion on 2005, increasing its faculties’ quality and also the amenities offer. The terminal serves both international and domestic flights, while only the international arrivals gets to the International Arrivals Facility, which is immediately connect to Terminal A. Don’t get lost!

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Terminal B
San Jose Airport Terminal B, like Terminal A, is home of both international and domestic flights. International Arrivals are only hosted in Terminal A. We are sure you’ll plenty enjoy of the brand new facilities and equipment that Terminal B is branded with.

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