Plan Your Next Visit To Oakland International AirportDue to growth and demand, OAK is continually updating their services. Upgrades might be happening during your trip, so it's advised that you check the website for updated information and plan your trip accordingly.
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Get To OAK Airport On Time
Now you can take BART to the new Oakland International Airport Station. It's a faster and more convenient way to get to your flight on time. You can also take the Amtrak train, and AC transit busses. All schedules are posted and updated online daily. Be better prepared for your trip by planning ahead and also making sure that your travel information is up-to-date the day of departure. If you're staying in one of the surrounding hotels, concierge will have the information you need to arrive on time.
There are dozens of shuttles in the Oakland area that you can book for your trip needs. Serving the Bay Area, there are more than enough shuttles for you to compare prices, and book the one that suits you. Call ahead of time to make sure you get picked up and arrive at the airport with enough time to get through security. You can also take shuttles from the airport to your hotel.
Airlines Serving OAK
Airline gates interchange in Terminal 1 often. When you check-in, your ticket will direct you to the appropriate gate.
OAK Airport Terminal Information And Maps
- From the parking garage, you will enter into either Terminal 1 on the East side of the airport, or Terminal 2 on the North/West side. Airlines flying out of each Terminal is as follows:
- Terminal 1
- Alaska, Allegiant, American, Boutique Air, Delta, Hawaiian, JetBlue, Norwegian, SATA, Spirit, Volaris
- Gates: 1-17, 20-32
- Terminal 2
- Southwest occupies 13 gates and solely occupies Terminal 2. If you're flying Southwest, check for your gate number and head to Terminal 2.
- Gates: 20-25, 26-32
- Both terminals are easy to access and both have full-service amenities. Choose from fast food shops, retail shops, restaurants, bars and pubs, cafes, sport stores, candy stores and gift shops. There are also electronics stores in case you forgot your headphones or phone charger, restrooms, pet relief areas, smoking areas, and information desks for any further inquiries. Aside from shopping and eating, you can enjoy the airport public art, play a round of golf at Metropolitan Golf Links, and spend some time at the Oakland Aviation Museum.
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