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San Bernardino International Airport
Launches New Website

Polished, Sophisticated, and Welcoming Portal to the Airport and the Inland Empire Community


September 6, 2022 – San Bernardino, CA – San Bernardino International Airport (SBD) has transitioned to an entirely new website to help make travel through the Airport easier on its first-ever scheduled passenger flights that began August 4, 2022. has a primary focus of sharing details with airline passengers, along with information about SBD’s five business lines. The site promotes the benefits of using SBD in relation to other Southern California airports: starting a journey at SBD means travelers can avoid the traffic, long lines, and high parking costs they may experience at other airports.

The site makes it easy to book a flight, reserve an on-airport parking space at the low price of just $5 per day, and review Frequently Asked Questions about traveling through SBD.

Designed with online visitors in mind, the site is easy to use. It is ADA compliant, optimized for any device or browser, and utilizes universal navigation symbols, animated graphics, and enhanced search functionality. The color palette—shades of blue, orange, and ample negative white space—is complimentary to SBD’s branding.

“As we begin a new chapter in San Bernardino International Airport’s history, we are pleased to offer our travelers and other airport users a fresh, engaging, and responsive website,” said Director of Aviation Mark Gibbs. “Many people—locally and afar—are learning about SBD for the very first time, so it’s important that we offer a polished, sophisticated, and welcoming portal to our airport and community.”

More information about San Bernardino International Airport and its continuing evolution as a passenger service airport in Southern California can be found at

About San Bernardino International Airport (SBD)
Located approximately 60 miles east of Los Angeles and within 30 minutes of more than two million people, the former Norton Air Force Base was converted to civilian use in 1992 and later became certified as a commercial-service airport by the FAA. Scheduled passenger service began on August 4, 2022, with Breeze Airways’ nonstop flights to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and one-stop, same-plane service to Provo, Utah (PVU). The airport also offers a full range of services and facilities to support additional domestic and international passenger airline service, air cargo operations, general aviation, and maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) businesses. The domestic passenger terminal is located at 105 N. Leland Norton Way, San Bernardino, CA, off the I-10 and I-210 freeways. On-airport parking is only $5 per day. For more information, visit

Mark Gibbs
Director of Aviation
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