San Bernardino International Airport is Recognized Nationally and Locally
— SBD is Ranked as the Most Affordable U.S. Airport, and Voted the “Best Airport” and “Favorite Airport” by Local Newspapers’ Readers —
Low fares and $5.00 overnight parking are attracting travelers to San Bernardino International Airport (SBD). The low fares were also called out in a federal government report which ranked SBD as having the lowest airfares on average among all U.S. airports.
Beyond being ranked as the most affordable airport, parking is just $5.00 per day, with the lot located footsteps from the passenger terminal.
Breeze Airways’ attractive fares to the places people wish to go allow Inland Empire residents to start close and travel far from their local airport.
SBD was also recently recognized as the “Best Airport” by readers of local-area major newspapers San Bernardino Sun and Redlands Daily Facts, which cited the airport’s low fares, affordable overnight parking, and easy-to-use service. SBD was also voted “Favorite Airport” by readers of the Inland Valley Bulletin, another Inland Empire newspaper.
Receiving top honors in the region’s Readers’ Choice Awards is a point of pride for SBD, Southern California’s newest passenger airport, and validates what staff have been hearing—that the community has embraced the ability to travel from their local airport.