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Lindbergh encouraged the building of the airport and agreed to lend his name to it.The new airport, dedicated on August 16, 1928, was San Diego Municipal Airport – Lindbergh Field.The airport was the first federally certified airfield to serve all aircraft types, including seaplanes.The original terminal was on the northeast side of the field, on Pacific Highway.San Diego International Airport's expansion and enhancement program for Terminal 2 was dubbed "The Green Build".
It is owned and operated by the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority. In 2015, traffic at San Diego International exceeded 20 million passengers, serving more than 500 scheduled operations carrying about 50,000 passengers each day.Are you looking for a Bay Guardian story that was published before 2015? The print and online articles from the Bay Guardian newspaper and from 2006–2014 are back online at the Bay Guardian archives, and you can search the archive at this link. Also, take a look at our Issuu account for searchable PDFs of our most recent issues.We will be adding more to the archives in coming months, so stay tuned! The airport was also a testing facility for several early U. sailplane designs, notably those by William Hawley Bowlus (superintendent of construction on the Spirit of St.Louis) who also operated the Bowlus Glider School at Lindbergh Field from 1929–1930.