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Park and Jet San Jose Airport is located close to SJC Airport.

It is an off airport parking facility which offers a great alternative to the expense of on-airport parking.

Park and Jet San Jose provides free transportation to and from San Jose airport 24 hours per day on modern shuttle buses to all terminals and gates at SJC.

 Car wash and oil change services are available for an additional charge, please inquire upon check in about these services.

When you arrive at Park and Jet San Jose, please pull into the lot and see a parking attendant for a ticket.

If you select Valet Parking, the attendant will take your car.

The shuttles leave every 15 minutes to San Jose Airport.

On your return after retrieving your luggage, please go to the Shuttle bus stop located outside Baggage Claim.

Shuttles run every 15 minutes.

About San Jose Airport

San Jose Airport - SJC is a city-owned public-use airport serving the city of San Jose in Santa Clara County, California, United States.

It is named for San Jose native Norman Yoshio Mineta, who was Transportation Secretary in the Cabinet of George W. Bush, and Commerce Secretary in the Cabinet of Bill Clinton, although the airport is also named to recognize Mineta's service as a Councilman for, and Mayor of, San Jose.

It is a U.S. Customs and Border Protection international Port of entry.

 It is located two nautical miles (4 km) northwest of Downtown San Jose, near the intersections of three major freeways, U.S. Route 101, Interstate 880, and State Route 87.

The airport's dominant carrier is Southwest Airlines. Alaska Airlines, along with its regional subsidiary, Horizon Air, is the second largest carrier at the airport.

The airport offers free Wi-Fi in all its terminal buildings.

The San Jose City Council has considered changing the name of the airport to San Jose/Silicon Valley Mineta International Airport.

The city believes that the new name would help the airlines' marketing strategy.

Despite San Jose's position as the most populous city in the Bay Area, SJC is the smallest of the three Bay Area airports offering scheduled service (8.4 million annual passengers in 2011), with less than a quarter of the passengers of the region's major international airport San Francisco International Airport (SFO), and fewer passengers than Oakland International Airport (OAK). Like the Oakland airport, it attracts Bay Area residents who find SFO to be inconveniently distant from their homes.

SJC is situated as a "downtown airport", unlike both SFO and OAK, which are located on opposite shores of San Francisco Bay.

SJC's relatively convenient location for residents and visitors near downtown San Jose has also led to some drawbacks. It became surrounded by the city and had little room for expansion.

The proximity to downtown has also led to restrictions on heights of buildings in downtown San Jose by safety margins set in FAA regulations.

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