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Sacramento International Airport (SMF)
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About Sacramento International Airport (SMF)
6900 Airport Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95837
Sacramento International Airport in CA is a large sized airport with private flights serving the surrounding cities of San Francisco, Sacramento, San Jose, and Concord
Private charter flights from Sacramento International Airport
There are 6 aircraft within 500 miles of Sacramento International Airport in California available to be chartered starting from $2,276 per trip. Select a private jet, turboprop, single or multi-engine aircraft and a destination to explore per seat and total flight costs.
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About Sacramento International Airport
Sacramento International Airport (SMF) is a public airport 10.5 miles northwest of Downtown Sacramento, CA. It is a self funded airport and receives no funds from local, state, or federal tax funds for operating costs. Sacramento International is a leading airport in tech and was one of the first in the nation to offer free wifi. It also has enough solar panels to provide for 30% of its electrical needs, saving the airport over $1 million per year.
Hourly parking is available for a daily maximum of $29 per day. Daily parking is a maximum of $18 per day and economy is a maximum of $10 per day.
Things to do
Sacramento State Historic Park
Old Sacramento Historic Park covers the entire area of the 1850’s business district and became a National Landmark in 1965. The buildings were built at the beginning of the Gold Rush and there are many other historic buildings for visitors to explore on the 28 acres of the park.
The Sacramento Zoo is a large and impressive zoo that has over 400 animals from all corners of the globe. It focuses its energy on education, recreation and conservation.
Before the California Gold Rush, the community focused around Sutter’s Fort. It was abandoned when the gold rush started and was left as is. The fort has been restored and visitors can see the building where the first gold was found that started the gold rush.