Parking Lot Connector/Tunnel Closed
As of April 12, the vehicular
tunnel connecting the Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 parking lots at San Diego
International Airport has been closed. This means that travelers and airport
visitors looking for parking in front of either terminal will need to access
one lot from another via Harbor Drive, rather than driving directly between the
lots as was previously possible.
Travelers should also note that
the parking lots in front of Terminals 1 and 2 can reach capacity at certain
times during the week. If parking spaces are not available, parking lot maps
are available at each parking lot exit and drivers can find additional
parking at airport lots located at the NTC, Harbor Drive and Pacific
Highway SAN Park lots. The airport also provides valet parking service, with
drop-off locations in both the Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 parking lots and
curbside in front of both terminals, at a cost of $30 per day.
Please plan ahead and allow extra
time, as it may take longer than usual to arrive, park, get to the terminal and
check in at the airport.
For more information about
parking at San Diego International Airport, click here.
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