About San Luis Obispo Regional Airport
San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport (IATA: SBP, ICAO: KSBP) is a civil airport located near San Luis Obispo, or SLO, the city located between Los Angeles and San Francisco, California.
Three airlines are currently operating through the airport, providing flights to five domestic destinations: Denver, Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Francisco, and Seattle.
The airport has two operating runways: the runway 11/29 which is 1.859 meters long and the runway 7/25 which is only 762 meters long.
The terminal of the airport is located 64.5 meters above sea level.
The overall area of the airport is approximately 138 hectares.
The new terminal was built to replace the former one and was officially opened on November 1, 2017. The new terminal allowed to increase the capacity from 450.000 up to 1.2 million passengers per year.
Among the additional facilities hosted by the airport, there are numerous FBO's as Air San Luis, ACI Jet Center, SunWest Aviation, and Aerocademy, parking spots for general aviation aircraft, and aircraft rentals and flight schools.
The current busiest routes from SBP are Phoenix-Sky Harbor, Arizona; San Francisco, California; Los Angeles, California; Seattle/Tacoma, Washington; Denver, Colorado.