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South Bend International Airport: Overview
South Bend International Airport (IATA: SBN) is three miles northwest of South Bend, in St. Joseph County, Indiana, United States. South Bend is on Eastern Time (Michigan and New York time) year-round and does observe Daylight Savings Time. Handling air passenger volume of over 830,000, according to the Federal Aviation Administration, South Bend International Airport stands at #2 in the state after Indianapolis International Airport. St. Joseph County Airport Authority owns the airport.
Getting to or From the Airport
South Bend International Airport is easily accessible via rail (South Shore Line commuter rail) and bus (South Bend Transpo bus route 4). Besides, you can commute to and from with rental cars and taxis. The rental car pick-up and return areas are located within walking distance of the terminal. You can easily find helpdesk of rental car companies in the baggage claim area of the airport. The bus station is open 24 hours a day and can be accessed through Doors A & B at the west end of the terminal.
South Bend International Airport features a single terminal with its concourse housing nine gates. Seven of the nine gates (2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) have jetways, while 2 gates (2A and 6A) are ground level. Cafes and restaurants, pet relief area, a concession area/lounge, a gift shop, a children’s play area, a business center, and free Wi-Fi are available inside. The airport terminal opens at 3:50 a.m.
SBN is served by four airlines — Allegiant, American, Delta and United — with service to 12 nonstop destinations (within US ONLY) and connections worldwide.
List of nonstop destinations
|Tampa/St. Petersburg (PIE)||Allegiant|
|Punta Gorda/Ft. Myers (PGD)||Allegiant|
|New York/Newark (EWR)||United|
|Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW)||American|
|Las Vegas (LAS)||Allegiant|