Mineta San José International Airport (airport code SJC) is located in the heart of Silicon Valley, 3 miles north from downtown San José, California, and only 45 miles from San Francisco. The airport has two terminals, Terminal A & International Arrivals and the new Terminal B (June 2010). Serving 8.2 million passengers annually, San José has non-stop service to cities throughout the US, Hawaii and Mexico. In 2010, Terminal B was given LEED Silver certification for sustainable design and construction.
Infrastructure Technology Master Plan (ITMP) and Common Use Business Case Business Master Plan (ITMP)
San Diego International Airport is the busiest single runway commercial service airport in the United States. With over 600 daily operations serving roughly 18,300,000 annual passengers in 2010, SDIA is an economic engine for the local economy. The airport serves both a strong business and tourism market and continues to see strong growth in passengers and aircraft operations. With the construction of new facilities on the campus, SDIA desired to develop an approach for providing telecommunications services to its tenants that benefits both tenants and the SDCRAA.
San Antonio International Airport (airport code SAT) is located eight miles north of downtown. The airport's two terminals, A and B, see over eight million visitors each year. Terminal A was recently renovated while the new Terminal B was finished in 2010. Twelve airlines serve passengers with 31 non-stop destinations across the US and in Mexico.
Reno-Tahoe International Airport is the 60th busiest commercial airport in the nation and serves approximately 4 million passengers per year. It is located only 5 minutes from downtown Reno. The airport is owned and operated by Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority. The airport operates as a business, and receives no local tax dollars. Eight different airlines offer service at Reno-Tahoe International with 72 daily departures and over 16,000 daily seats to destinations throughout the U.S.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (airport code PHX) is the nation's 10th busiest airport and is 18th busiest in the world for passenger traffic. Sky Harbor has three terminals, 2-4. Terminal 1 was demolished in 1990 after Terminal 4 was built and the other terminals were never renumbered. Seventeen airlines serve the airport.