Oakland Airport (OAK)

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Oakland Airport, known officially as Oakland International Airport (IATA: OAK, ICAO: KOAK, FAA LID: OAK) is an international airport in Oakland, California, located in the Bay Farm Island, about 10 miles south of downtown Oakland, in the U.S. It handles flights to US, Mexico and Europe. It is a focus city for both Southwest Airlines and Allegiant Air.

Oakland Airport (OAK) is located in the Bay Farm Island, about 10 miles from downtown Oakland, in the U.S.
Oakland Airport (OAK) is located in the Bay Farm Island, about 10 miles from downtown Oakland, in the U.S.
In 2015, OAK handled more than 11M passengers although its record was in 2007 with more than 14M passengers.
In 2017, OAK handled more than 13M passengers although its record was in 2007 with more than 14M passengers.
OAK airport is one of the busiest air freight terminals in all U.S. It has 4 runways: one for commercial and cargo operations and three for general operations.
OAK airport is one of the busiest air freight terminals in all U.S. It has 4 runways: one for commercial and cargo operations and three for general operations.
The Oakland airport has two Terminals: T1 and T2 and both are connected through gate 20.
The Oakland Airport has two Terminals: T1 and T2 and both are connected through gate 20.
One of the things that stands out is the Bart Station, the automated guideway transit system that connects Bart Coliseum station and Oakland airport.
One of the things that stands out is the Bart Station, the automated guideway transit system that connects Bart Coliseum station and Oakland airport.
The airport serves as a hub for FedEx Express and nowadays, in all United States, is one of the busiest air freight terminals. T. The airport has currently 4 runways: one in the South Field (cargo and commercial) and three in the North Field (for general aviation operations).
The three busiest carriers during last years have been Alaska Airlines, Horizon Air and Delta. In 2017, Oakland Airport handled 13,072,245 million passenger but the airport is quite far from its own record of 14,613,489 passengers established in 2007.

 

Terminal information

OAK Airport has two passenger terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.

 

Inter-terminal transportation

Both terminals are connected to each other and passengers don’t have to re-enter the security check:

From Terminal 1: From Gate 4 (leads to 1 to 17).

From Terminal 2: From Gate 20 (leads to 20 to 32).

 

Terminal 1

Terminal 1 is home of gates 1-17 (gate 1 and 3 are international for international flights).

It has a passenger transit area, lounge and Lost and Found station. It also offers food & drink restaurants and shops.

Airlines: Allegiant, Alaska, American, Azores Airlines, Boutique, Contour, Hawaiian, Delta, JetBlue, Level, British Airways, Norwegian, Spirit and Volaris.

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Terminal 2

Terminal 2 is exclusively operated by Southwest Airlines.

 

It has a security checkpoint with access to gates 20-25 and gates 26-32.

 

Passengers may find a newsstand, a coffee shop and further services.

 

More information

 

 

Transport

There are several options to get to and from Oakland International Airport:


- BART Station: BART carries passengers between Oakland Airport and BART's rapid transit system at Oakland Coliseum Station. More information

 

- Amtrak: Amtrak Capitol Corridor stops at the BART Coliseum Station. More info

 

 

- Bus: AC Transit is a local bus service which connects Oakland city with the airport. There are three AC Transit routes:

 

- Line 21: To Alameda and to Fruitvale BART station.

- Line 73: To Eastmont Transit Center and Coliseum BART Station.
- Line 805: Provides service during late night and early morning hours via Coliseum Station and the Eastmont Transit Center.

More information

 

- Taxi: Get within 20 minutes to downtown Oakland. To pick up a taxi there are designated areas in the curbside of both terminals, 1 and 2. More information

 

- Limos: There are a lot of companies which provides service in the OAK airport.

 

- Rent a car: To pick up a rental car with companies which works inside the airport go to the Rental Service (shuttle bus). To get more information, click here

Connections

Oakland Airport has passenger service to Mexico, cities in the United States and many countries in Europe.

 

Cargo flights fly to cities in Canada, Japan and, of course, in the United States.

 

OAK Airport is the closest airport to the San Francisco financial district and the connection with the public transit is easy and also, close.

 

Contact information

Address: 1 Airport Dr, Oakland, CA 94621, U.S.A.
Telephone:+1 510-563-3300

 

Lost and Found center

There are two centers:

 

Airport Lost & Found

Phone: +1 (510) 563-3982

 

TSA Lost and Found

Only receives items lost or left behind at Security Check Point.

Email: OAK.LOST@tsa.dhs.gov

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