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Oakland Airport, known officially as Oakland International Airport (IATA: OAK, ICAO: KOAK) is located in the Bay Farm Island, about 10 miles from downtown Oakland, in the U.S.
The airport serves as a hub for FedEx Express and nowadays, in all United States, is one of the busiest air freight terminals. On the other hand, the three busiest carriers during last years have been Alaska Airlines, Horizon Air and Delta.
OAK airport has two passenger terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Both terminals are connected to each other and passengers don’t have to re-enter the security check.
Terminal 1: Serves Allegiant Air, Alaska Airlines, Azores Airlines, American Airlines, Delta AirLines, Hawaiian Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, JetBlue, Spirit Airlines and Volaris. The Level 2 has gates 1-17 (gate 1 and gate 3 are international gates and gates 1-17 are connected with T2 by - 20). T1 has a passenger transit area, lounge and the Lost and Found station. It also offers food & drink restaurants and shops.
Terminal 2: is exclusively used by Southwest Airlines. In 2015 Southwest had more than 100 daily departures on peak-travel days of the week (during august). T2 has a security checkpoint with access to gates 20-25 and gates 26-32. Gate 20 is a connector with T1 through gates 1-17. Terminal 2 has a newsstand, a coffee shop.
The following options are available at the airport:
BART station: Officially known as Oakland International Airport station, the BART carries passengers between Oakland Airport (in front of the terminals) and BART's rapid transit system at Oakland Coliseum Station. The automated guideway transit (AGT) system is operated by Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) and is the first station in the BART system which doesn’t use the rapid transit tracks and trains.
Amtrak train: Amtrak Capitol Corridor stops at the BART Coliseum Station.
Bus: AC Transit is a local bus service which connects Oakland city with the airport. There are three AC Transit routes:
Line 73: To Eastmont Transit Center. Line 21: to Alameda and to Fruitvale BART station.
Line 805: provides service during late night and early morning hours via Coliseum Station, MacArthur Blvd and the Eastmont Transit Center.
Taxi: to pick up a taxi there are designated areas in the curbside of both terminals, 1 and 2.
Limos: There are a lot of companies which provides service in the OAK airport.
Rent a car: There are shuttle buses which operates every 10 minutes (during day, if not, operates “on demand”) between T1 and T2 to the Rental Car Service. 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
Oakland airport has passenger service to Mexico, cities in the United States or 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.
Address: 1 Airport Dr, Oakland, CA 94621, U.S.
There are two centers:
Airport Lost & Found: +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. Put your full name in the Subject line. In the body of the email list the following: Full Name, Full Address, Contact Phone Number, Date of travel, Airline Name only, your Email address and detailed description of your lost item only.