About Sacramento International Airport
Sacramento International Airport (IATA: SMF) is an international airport, located in Sacramento, California, USA. This airport serves the Greater Sacramento Area, and is the gateway to many attractions in Northern California, such as Yosemite National Park, Napa Wine Country, The River Delta and the Gold Discovery Site Sutter's Mill.
The airport is a focus city for Southwest Airlines, which carries about half of the airport's total passengers.
The airport was first opened in 1967 as Sacramento Metropolitan Airport, where it had one 8600ft runway. The airport was renamed to its current form, Sacramento International Airport, in 1998, when a new terminal was also opened.