Santo Domingo international airport
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Answers to passengers frequently asked questions
- How many terminals does the Santo Domingo airport have?
- How to get from the airport to downtown Santo Domingo?
- Is there free access to WiFi Internet?
- What to do in case of a long layover for a connecting flight?
- What to do in case of loss of luggage or belongings?
- Is there a luggage wrapping service?
- Does the airport have currency exchange and banking services?
- What to do in case of a medical emergency?
- Are there pharmacies?
- What facilities and services does the airport offer for a mother with a baby?
Las Americas International Airport (IATA: SDQ), is one of the busiest airports in Dominican Republic (together with Punta Cana airport). 4.15 million passengers went through it in 2019. It operates with international flights from North America, Latin America and Europe.
The airport is located in Punta Caucedo, 30 km (18 miles) southeast from Santo Domingo. (See Map)
Hotels near the airport
There are several accommodation options for different budgets, located near the airport. Through the following map, you can search for the different alternatives available and make a reservation.
Santo Domingo airport has two terminals:
– Terminal A (south): It is the oldest terminal and has three levels.
Level 1 (Arrivals, car rental counters, baggage claim and parking)
Level 2 (Departures, airline counters and gastronomic and shopping services)
Level 3 (Restaurants, cafes and other services and facilities)
– Terminal B (north): It is the most modern terminal (inaugurated in 2007) and has three levels.
Level 1 (Arrivals, Baggage claim, car rental desks and parking.)
Level 2 (Departures, VIP lounge, Club Cup and small Cruise Terminal)
Level 3 (Shops and gastronomic and banking services.)
The airport has restaurants, fast food and coffee shops (several operate 24 hours, such as Domino’s Pizza, Grab at the Gage, Viena Cafe, Black Coffe, Naturally Fast and Rincón Caribeño). It also has clothing stores, souvenirs, delicatessen and duty free 24 hours in both terminals. In turn, there are currency exchange counters, banking services, convenience stores, VIP rooms, a travel agency, a spa room in terminal A and a 24-hour pharmacy in the Public area – 2nd. Level – Passenger Terminal.
Public and Private transportation
Transfers to hotels and homes
Private transfer services to hotels or homes for individuals, families or groups. LEARN MORE
Taxis and ride-sharing apps like Uber and others. The taxi counter is located at the main entrance on the first level. In case of using Uber, you must coordinate with the driver the meeting point. LEARN MORE
Car Rental services:
The airport has short and long-term parking. Rates from RD$ 100 pesos the first two hours. See more
There are several international airlines that serve and operate from Las Americas airport.