San Jose, CA--Pictured above
are the jet runways of San
Jose International Airport. At
time of publication, the San Jose International Airport serves Japan and
Mexico, as well as many mainland U.S. cities and Hawaii. The airport is
linked to a public transportation system that permits guests to travel to
their conventional and business destinations easily by rail and bus or by
taxi and shuttle services.
Mineta San José Int'l Airport is owned and operated by the City of San Jose.
For those attending conference and
conventions at San Josee's convention center, the taxi is quite affordable at
well under $20 and takes only 10-15 minutes to travel between the airport
and downtown San Jose where the convention center is located. By public
transportation, you leave the airport on a bus and make one transfer to
light rail which drops you off directly across the street from the
When staying at hotels downtown, you can
see just how close the San Jose Airport s as you hear the flights begin each
morning and look out your hotel window to see them overhead.
Although the San Jose International Airport
is approximately one hour south of San Francisco, it is sometimes a
preferred destination, experiencing less flight cancellations due to fog.
Norman Y. Mineta
San Jose International Airport Administrative Offices
1732 N. First Street #600
San Jose, CA 95112