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Los Cabos Airport Guide to Los Cabos Airport (SJD)

Los Cabos Airport Terminals

Los Cabos Airport consists of two passenger terminals as follows:

Los Cabos Airport Terminal 1

Los Cabos Airport Terminal 1 used to be the main terminal at Los Cabos Airport, which handled all arrivals and departures.
Nowadays is used for domestic flights within Mexico, Central America and Latin America.
Terminal 1 is located at the beginning of the Airport.

 

Los Cabos Airport Terminal 2

Los Cabos Airport Terminal 2 is located at the end of the airport premises.
Terminal 2 is the international terminal that mainly hosts flights from the US and Canada.
Please note that Terminal 2 has been recently undergone a massive renovation, which turns to be a modern and easy to navigate terminal.
Terminal 2 has 10 boarding gates.

 

Transfer between terminals

Transfer between terminals turns to be easy since they are located a quarter mile apart.
In that sense it is possible to get from each other either walking or by taxi.

 

Levels

Take a look at the levels at Los Cabos Airport Terminals:
- Lower level: Arrivals
- Middle ground level: Departures

 

Services

Some of the Services and Facilities you can find at SJD Airport Terminals are the following ones:

- WiFi access
- Conference facilities
- Family services
- Currency exchange and ATMs
- Banking
- Restaurants and Cafeterias
- Dutty free and stores
- Special needs services
- First Aid and Medical services
- Transport access
- Pick-up and Drop-off area
- Car rental services
- Parking services
- VIP Lounges
- TSA services

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Airport lounges

Los Cabos Airport Terminals counts with the following lounges:
- VIP Lounge: Location: Terminal 1, Airside, close to Gate 4. Please note that this lounge is up for Domestic departures only.
- VIP Lounge: Location: Terminal 2, Airside, facing Gate 8.
Purchase your to Los Cabos Airport lounges

 

Entry Identification

Los Cabos Airport Immigration International Visitors (other than citizens from the USA) require a passport and the ’Migration Form for Tourists, Transmigrants, Visiting Businesspersons, or Visiting Consultants’ (commonly referred to as a Tourist Card), which you obtain from travel agencies, airlines, or at your point of entry into Mexico.Visitors from the USA do not need a passport to enter Mexico. You may use:

• Birth Certificate or
• Voter Registration Card or
• Citizenship Card or
• Certificate of Naturalization

Plus valid-official photo identification

• Drivers Licence
• Identification issued by a state or official agency