Los Cabos Airport Transportation
Choose from all the transportation options available at the Los Cabos airport
Los Cabos International Airport is located 6.83508 miles (11 km) from San Jose del Cabo, in the state of Baja California Sur, and is the main airport in Baja California Sur and mainly operates flights in the area of Los Cabos: Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. The IATA code for Los Cabos Airport is: SJD and its ICAO code is MMSD.
Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) has 3 terminals with 4 halls: terminal 1 for domestic flights, terminal 2 for international flights and an FBO terminal.
Los Cabos Airport operates domestic and international flights to virtually any destination in Mexico and around the world.
|Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) Information
|+52 (624) 146-51-11, 146-51-12/13
|Carr. Transpeninsular Km 43.5 23420 San José del Cabo, BCS, Mexico
|World Area Code
In Los Cabos you can bring bottled food, as long as it is sealed, medicines (if controlled, they must be accompanied by a prescription), clothes and valuables.
You should know that all your luggage will be inspected at customs. At the end of the inspection, your belongings will be returned to you and you will be able to enter Los Cabos Airport with them. In case you do not pass the customs inspection, you will have to remain at the airport until the investigation and inspection procedure is completed. This procedure will be the same for your entry and exit of the country, if you respect the list of allowed objects there will be no problems and everything will be very fast.
If you decide to bring your valuables, they must be registered as your belongings before boarding your plane. To avoid inconveniences, we recommend you to carry this type of belongings in your hand luggage.
Please refer to customs information for more information.
We refrain from providing any information on official procedures at the Los Cabos airport.
Los Cabos International Airport has 3 active terminals. All of them offer domestic and international flights. More information and details below.
Terminal 1 of Los Cabos International Airport has 4 lounges, which receive flights mainly from domestic airlines, although it also receives international flights.
Terminal 2 of Los Cabos International Airport has 4 lounges, this terminal is dedicated to international flights. Here you will find the exclusive lounge for VIP passengers of Los Cabos.
The FBO terminal of Los Cabos International Airport receives domestic and international private flights, it has an infrastructure dedicated to charter flights.
Yes, the tourist card is mandatory if you wish to visit any destination in Mexico. It consists of an immigration form that will collect your information, as well as the reason for your trip to Mexico and the time you will stay in the country. The tourist card is an individual document, which means that adults and children must present it at the time of their trip to the corresponding immigration authorities.
No visa is required, only a passport stamped by your country, which is valid and in good condition, without alterations or overwriting.
Yes, Los Cabos airport is an international airport and is regulated by international laws and organizations.
The recommended time for passengers is to arrive at least 2 hours in advance for domestic flights and 3 to 4 hours for international flights. Check with your airline or travel provider for more information about your flight and transportation.