Large hub airports in California include the Los Angeles International Airport, the San Francisco International Airport, the Oakland International Airport, and the San Diego International Airport. The largest of these, Los Angeles International, processes about 30 million boardings per year.
Medium hub airports in California include the Burbank Bob Hope Airport, the John Wayne Airport in Orange County, the Ontario International Airport, the Sacramento International Airport, and the San Jose International Airport.
The image at right shows a flight departure and arrival gate at San Francisco International Airport.
Interactive California Airports MapThis section features an airport locator map that can be zoomed and panned to show the state of California and its neighbors or a small region of the state. Use the plus (+) and minus (-) buttons to zoom the map in and out, respectively. Simply swipe or drag the map to pan it in any direction. The airport markers on this California map can help travelers find IATA-designated airports in the state and plan their air travel arrangements more efficiently.
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California airport map source: FAA 2001-2005 NPIAS.
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