Pacific Highway Economy Lot at San Diego Airport to close Dec. 26
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On Wednesday, Dec. 26, the Pacific Highway Economy Lot will close to the public. The lot is being converted to employee parking; a move that is required because of the loss of existing employee parking on the south side of the runway due to construction of a new stormwater infiltration system, part of the airport’s long-term Stormwater Management Plan. Travelers can book discounted parking rates for airport lots online at reservations.san.org.

There are four self-parking options conveniently located in close proximity to the airport.

Terminal 1 Parking Lot

The Terminal 1 Parking Lot provides nearly 2,000 close-in parking spaces. The lot offers both a daily rate (at $32/day) and hourly rate option, convenient for both travelers and those picking up loved ones.

Terminal 2 Parking Lot

Located just west of the airport, the Terminal 2 Parking Lot is a good choice for those traveling out of Terminal 2 West; a pedestrian walkway connects the lot to the terminal. The Terminal 2 Parking Lot is located off McCain Road and offers 2,300 spaces available at $32/day or hourly rates.

Terminal 2 Parking Plaza

With 2,900 spaces, the Terminal 2 Parking Plaza is available at $17/day with advance reservations (or $32/day drive-up rate), as well as hourly rates. The Parking Plaza is directly adjacent to Terminal 2 and features covered parking, EV charging stations and state-of-the-art parking guidance technology. 

Long-Term Parking Lot

The Long-Term Parking Lot offers more than 1,100 spaces at $15/day with advance reservations (or $20/day drive-up rate). The lot is located on Harbor Drive westbound, before you reach the airport terminals, and offers a free shuttle to/from the airport.  

    

For more information about the airport’s parking lots and services, visit www.san.org/parking.  

For those seeking alternative transportation to the airport, look no further than www.san.org/to-from for the various transit and transportation options available.
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