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San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport Completes Economic Impact Study

Airport contributes $85 million each year to regional economy SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA — The San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport has completed its first economic impact study. Performed by Volaire Aviation, the comprehensive study examines the effect the...

San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport Has Best First Quarter Ever

More than 113,000 passengers have flown out of the airport in 2019SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA — The numbers are in: San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport (SBP) has had the busiest first calendar quarter in its history. A total of 113,320 passengers flew in and...

ID Requirements are Changing!

REAL ID Information:Starting October 1, 2020, you will need a REAL ID, passport, or other TSA approved document to board a domestic flight.The California Department of Motor Vehicles began offering REAL ID driver licenses and ID cards on January 22, 2018....

AIRLINE INFORMATION

Contacting your air carrier

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Phone
(800) 252-7522

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Phone
(800) 433-7300

Website
www.aa.com

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Phone
(800) 864-8331

The airlines advise you to arrive 90 min before your flight to allow for ticketing and security screening. The terminal is open daily from 4:00 am-12:30 am PST.

Lost and Found:

Items left on airplanes are retained by the airline. Please call your airline to report any lost items.

Items that may have been left at the security checkpoint or on the grounds of the airport are turned over to Airport Administration. Please call our offices at (805) 781-5205. If you are calling after hours please leave your name and phone number and we will call you back the next business day.

Luggage:

In the event of missing or damaged luggage, please contact your airline directly for assistance.

 

Traveling with Your Pet:

Each airline has its own pet policy. Please contact your airline directly for assistance or use the buttons below to be directed to your airline’s pet policy.