Tijuana Airport Terminals

Tijuana International Airport consists of two main terminals: the Main Terminal and the Cross Border Express (CBX).

Main Terminal: The Main Terminal is the primary facility handling all international and domestic flights. It is structured to streamline the flow of passengers through its two concourses, Concourse A and Concourse B.

  • Layout: The terminal has two levels: the ground level for arrivals and the upper level for departures. This design helps manage passenger movement efficiently and reduces congestion.
  • Boarding Gates: The Main Terminal includes 23 boarding gates, ensuring sufficient capacity to handle the airport’s high volume of flights and passengers.

Cross Border Express (CBX): The CBX is a unique terminal bridge that connects the Tijuana Airport directly to a terminal in San Diego, California. This innovative feature allows passengers to cross the U.S.-Mexico border with ease.

  • Access: To use the CBX, passengers must have a valid boarding pass and can only access the bridge within 24 hours of their flight’s departure from Tijuana Airport. Conversely, passengers arriving in Tijuana can use the CBX within two hours of their flight’s arrival.
  • Facilities: The CBX terminal includes a VIP lounge, information desks, and various passenger services similar to those found in the Main Terminal.

The integration of these terminals not only enhances the operational efficiency of Tijuana Airport but also provides a seamless travel experience for passengers moving between the U.S. and Mexico. The CBX has become a critical component in the airport’s structure, highlighting its role as a truly binational airport.

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