SAT covers 2,600 acres and is the primary commercial service airport serving the air transportation needs of the people and businesses in and around the San Antonio metropolitan area, which is comprised of Atascosa, Bandera, Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe, Kendall, Medina, and Wilson counties, and plays an essential role in the economic growth of the region. The SAT is located in northern San Antonio, approximately eight miles or 15 minutes from the downtown area. Loop 410 and U.S. 281 are the two highways providing access to the main entry points. In 2016, SAT had a total of 750,154 domestic passengers and 52,191 international passengers. The total number of passengers in July 2016 was 802,345. Read more here.
Austin Bergstrom International Airport (AUS)
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport opened on May 23, 1999. Although the airport is relatively new, the Aviation Department has decades of experience. In 1958, it began overseeing Austin's city-owned airport operations and maintenance. The Department has operated as a self- supporting entity since 1972. In 2016, AUS had a total of 1,107,753 domestic passengers and 28,043 international passengers. The total number of passengers recorded in July 2016 was 1,165,811. Read more here.
Seguin is serviced by a Union Pacific Rail Line that runs east to west through the city center; providing freight transportation to local industry. Additionally, Seguin is located in close proximity to major railroad terminals and intermodal railroad terminals. Seguin is approximately 36 minutes away from the Amtrak railroad station in San Antonio and 46 minutes away from Union Pacific’s San Antonio Intermodal Terminal off I-10.
SAIT is a $100 million state-of-the-art facility designed to support the growing intermodal volume in southern Texas. Covering more than 300 acres, this expansive facility is designed to handle 250,000 annual container lifts and is positioned to serve the cities of San Antonio, Austin, Eagle Pass and Laredo, as well as the entire south Texas market. Read more here.
AmTrak- San Antonio Station
The Amtrak train station in San Antonio serves two Amtrak lines: the Sunset Limited and the Texas Eagle. The two lines are part of the same train from Los Angeles, California, but split at this station with the Sunset Limited continuing on to New Orleans, Louisiana, and the Texas Eagle to Chicago, Illinois. The San Antonio Station provides an Amtrak Thruway Motorcoach route serving Harlingen, Brownsville, and McAllen, Texas. Of the 19 Texas stations served by Amtrak, San Antonio was the second-busiest in FY2012, boarding or detraining an average of approximately 192 passengers daily. Read more here.