San Diego International Airport (SAN) is the main airport servicing the San Diego area. Nearly 500 daily flights provide nonstop and connecting services to major domestic destinations and more than 50 nonstop markets in the US and abroad.
- 500 nonstop and connecting daily flights
- 50 nonstop markets
- Served by 22 passenger airlines to include, but not limited to: Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, United Airlines, Alaska Airlines and Delta Airlines
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Ground Transportation from SAN:
Once at the airport, getting to your destination in San Diego is easy with a variety of options. Use the Metropolitan Transit System Trip Planner for pick-up and travel times, as well as fare costs.
City Bus: All three Trolley lines can be reached by taking City Bus Route 992 to the Broadway and Kettner Blvd bus stop in downtown. Once off the bus, the Orange and Blue Lines can be access from the American Plaza Station on the corner of Broadway and Kettner Blvd. The Green Line can be accessed from the Santa Fe Depot Station on Kettner Blvd, one block north of the bust stop.
Cost: Approximately $2.25/person
Trolley: Passengers can also access the Green Line by taking the Trolley – Terminal shuttle service. The service is available from the transit islands at Terminals 1 and 2. The shuttle drops passengers off at the end of the airport, just one block from the Middletown Station. For those passengers wishing to catch the Trolley – Terminal shuttle from the Midtown Station, they should proceed one block Southwest on W. Palm Street and across Pacific Highway toward the airport property. A blue shuttle stop is located on Admiral Boland Way. Blue Economy Lot shuttles, marked with the Trolley – Terminal logo, stop there on regular intervals (typically less than 15 minutes apart).
Cost: Approximately $2.50/person
Uber offers pick-up and drop-off service to the San Diego International Airport. For more information on Uber’s services, click here.
Cost: Approximately $10-20
Taxis are another option. For a list of taxi companies, click here.
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