On October 6, 2011, Central Terminal B replaces Terminal B, improving the customer experience and adding unique, local restaurant and retail concepts to the list of concessionaires. SMF's passengers enjoy its easy-in, easy-out convenience, free wireless Internet, plentiful concessions and commitment to customer service.

Sacramento International Airport (SMF), the Gateway to Northern California and the World, is located 12 miles northwest of downtown Sacramento along Interstate 5 in the heart of the seven-county Sacramento area. Currently, eleven major air carriers offer 158 daily flights.

SMF's primary catchment area is the seven-county Sacramento region. The secondary catchment area for SMF is large, reaching as far north as Chico, as far south as Modesto, as far east as South Lake Tahoe and as far west as Napa. Napa and Tahoe are two world-class regions that you can reach in less than two hours of driving time from SMF.

Program Details
• Groundbreaking June 2008
• Opening October 6, 2011
• Total program cost $1.03 billion
• 670k square feet totat (over three times the size of Terminal B)
• Two-level roadway
o Second floor - Departing Passengers
o First floor (ground level) - arriving passengers
• Designed to last 50 years without upgrade
• Free Wireless Internet (WiFi) in all public spaces

Airlines Planning to Operate in Central Terminal B
• Aeromexico
• Alaska/Horizon
• American
• Frontier
• Hawaiian
• Jet Blue
• Southwest

Green Elements (Goal of LEED certification post opening)
• Low-flush fixtures
• Automatic water
• Low-E glass (minimizes heat gain)
• Recycled materials
• Extensive use of natural daylight
• Refrigeration Management
• Enhanced Building Commissioning
• Enhanced/Individual Lighting Controllability
• Enhanced/Individual Thermal Comfort 
• Recycling Program 
• Certified Wood Recycled Building Materials 
• Measurement/Verification Air Delivery Monitoring
• Optimized Glazing 
• Sun Control 
• Low Emitting Materials 
• Grates at Building Entries 
• Construction Waste Management 
• Educational Signage 
• Use of Local/Regional Materials 
• Reduced Heat Island Water 
• Efficient Landscaping 
• Protection/Restoration of Habitat
• Stormwater Management 
• Access to Public Transportation

Landside (Terminal)
Prime Contractor: Austin Walsh Joint Venture
• 353,000 square feet 
• Over 19k square feet of concessions
• Baggage system is 100% automated inline screening system.
• Five floor structure:
o Fourth floor: administration offices
o Third floor: transfer level
o Second floor: ticketing
o First floor: baggage claim
o Basement: baggage makeup

• CNBC News
• Experience Sacramento
• The Sacramento Bee

• Camden Food Co
• EcoGrounds
• The Gateway Bar
• Old Soul Co

People Mover
• Track spans 1,100 feet
• Two, single Innovia APM 100 car trains
• Dual-lane guideway
• 45' maximum guideway height
• 2,760 people per hour peak capacity
• Average speed 22 mph
• 50 seconds between trains

Airside (Concourse)
Prime Contractor: Turner Construction
• 316,000 square feet
• 23,000 square feet of concessions
• 19 gates (net gain of six gates)
• ¼ mile-long end to end
• Checkpoint designed with queuing waits not to exceed 10 minutes. 
• Integrated customs facility
• Two-floor structure:
o Second floor: concourse
o First floor: customs

• Brighton
• Brookstone
• Good Day Sacramento
• InMotion
• Lacoste
• Vino Volo
• Visions of Eden
• US News
• Starbuck's

• Cafeteria 15L
• Burgers and Brew
• Dos Coyotes
• Esquire Grill
• Famous Famiglia
• Healthy Living
• Jack's Urban Eats
• Peet's Coffee

More information: www.bigbuild.org