SAL

San Salvador Airport Terminal

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Restaurants

Local and international dishes are on the menu at a modest number of fast-food and full-service restaurants, located both before and after Security. There's also a bar and a selection of coffee shops. Some travelers have reported that eateries close around 20:00 - something to be aware of if you have a late flight. Before leaving the country, be sure to try a pupusa, El Salvador's national dish - it's a thick corn tortilla stuffed with a savory filling.
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Shopping

Retail outlets are located on the way to and alongside the departure gates on either side of a long corridor. Shop for duty-free perfume, liquor and tobacco as well as travel essentials, sunglasses, electronics and souvenirs. Salvadorian coffee is a great gift to take back home from your trip.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baby care facilities
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Accessibility

  • Wheelchairs
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Restaurants

There are plenty of places on the way to Customs and Baggage Claim where you can get a bite to eat.
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Shopping

The route from the plane to Customs takes arriving passengers past all the shops that are available to departing guests.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Information points
  • Hotel check-in desks
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Accessibility

  • Wheelchairs

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