Los Cabos International Airport has become one of the busiest airports in Mexico and the most important International airport in Baja California Sur, with over 187 thousand reported arrivals just in the month of April 2014.
In 2013 the airport reported 3.3 million passengers.
In the recent years the high demand of expanding the airport due to the 12% increase since 2012 the government of Baja Sur working directly with the SJD airport officials have now started construction of terminal 3 & 4, and is schedule for completion in 2015.
The SJD International is divided in two currently operated terminals. Terminal 1 handles all arriving National flights, and Terminal 2 international flights, United Airlines and Air Canada.
In October of 2014 these two last remaining international airlines will be landing in Terminal 2.
All other international flights such as Alaska Airline, American, US Airways, Air Tran, are currently running direct flights from Dallas Texas, Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Francisco, and parts of Canada and all arrive in Terminal 2.
Whether arriving or departing you will find duty free stores, souvenirs shops, cigars shops, book stores, and our world famous tequila shops. You will also be able to rest in our state of the art VIP lounge while waiting for you connecting flight or your return home.
Since all arriving international tourist arrive in Terminal 2, of course.
Timeshare Reps operating inside the terminal will try anything to get you into a Timeshare presentation, Cabo Shuttle Services recommends, after clearing Mexican customs and getting your luggage come directly outside the terminal do not stop and talk to anyone inside the terminal if they are not wearing a guards uniform or a Mexican customs uniform.
All private and shuttle drivers are outside the terminal holding your personalized sign to greet you and escort you and your guest to your private vehicle or shuttle van.