San Diego Airfare Deals

The San Diego airfares expressed on this Cheapflightsfreak webpage are derived from the past data and, hence, are non-warranted and subject to change. All fares demonstrate two-way flights to San Diego with top airlines. The airfares are inclusive of base fare, fuel surcharges, our service, and taxes as imposed by the airlines or the airports in question.

* Last updated: Tuesday 20th of November 2018 01:40:34 PM

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Types of San Diego Flight Bookings Available

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San Diego Airports

San Diego International Airport (IATA: SAN),  located 3 mi (4.8 km) northwest of the central business district of San Diego, and McClellan-Palomar Airport (IATA: CLD), located three miles (5 km) southeast of the central business district of Carlsbad, are the key airports that connects the city with the domestic as well as international locations.

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How San Diego is connected with the top Domestic Locations

Rank City Carriers
1 Baltimore, Boston, Dallas, Honolulu, Kansas City Alaska Airlines
2 Chicago, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix American Airlines
3 Denver, Las Vegas, Philadelphia Frontier Airlines
4 Orlando, San Jose Alaska Airlines
5 Washington United Airlines

How San Diego is connected with the top International Locations

Rank City Carriers
1 Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Cancún American Airlines
2 São Paulo Avianca Brazil
3 Istanbul–Atatürk Turkish Airlines
4 London British Airways
5 Frankfurt, Singapore Singapore Airlines

Best Time to Visit San Diego

The best times to visit San Diego are March through May and September through November. However, the temperature stays almost constant with little exception. The highs stick to the 60s and 70s degree Fahrenheit while the lows remain in the range of 50s. So, the climate remains favorable throughout the year. All that can sound challenging to some, not many, in the winter is rain, which never ditches its promise to kiss the earth.

What is there in terms of festivals and events? If you are heading to San Diego between March and May, you have a chance to understand its culture through celebrations like San Diego Earth Fair (April), Mission Federal ArtWalk (April), Coronado Flower Show (April) and Fiesta Cinco de Mayo (May).  Likewise, between September and November, you get Miramar Air Show (September), Fleet Week (October), and San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival (November).

Top Things to Do In San Diego for Families

San Diego has plenty of hotspots for family vacations. A few we have listed here based on the feedback of travelers who booked San Diego flights with us:

  • Balboa Park

    Balboa Park is a 1,200-acre park area with multiple shades and purposes. It’s home to the famous San Diego Zoo, a botanical garden, and a picnic hotspot. The diversity of the park attracts a huge crowd comprising children and adults, wanderer and serious scholars. The botanic garden has got more than 2,100 permanent plants, including a diverse range of plants and orchids. The most striking aspects are its themed-gardens including cactus garden, rose garden, a Japanese-style garden as well as a palm tree canyon, besides others.

  • San Diego Zoo and Safari Park

    Have a pleasure to see the largest collections of rare and endangered animals in the world (3,500 to be exact). From giant pandas, giraffes, elephants and polar bears to koalas (the largest collection outside of Australia) grace the zoo which is spread over 100 acres. The exhibits are linked by an expansive series of trails such as the Monkey Trail, Hippo Trail or Tiger Trail. Both territorial and aerial safaris are available to help you explore the park. So there is nothing to feel scared of.

  • Torrey Pines State Reserve

    The Torrey Pines State Reserve has got an overwhelming range of the Torrey Pine, America’s rarest pine tree. The reserve is home to around 3,000 Torrey Pines, salt marshes and waterfowl refuges. What does that mean for you? Well, the serenity and unadulterated environment speak a volume that why we need to think about Go-Green. Looking for some adventure? There is plenty of hiking and trailing opportunities.

Top Things to Do In San Diego for Couples

  • Torrey Pines Gliderport

    This is honored as the top-notch paragliding school in America, a title that it has retained almost for a decade.  Try it yourself, if you want to challenge the birds and take your romance to a new height. However, the view is spectacular even from the ground. You can watch colorful gliders taking the round by sitting on the famous Black’s Beach. There’s the Cliffhanger Cafe for those who want to leisure time with their family.  The café offers all sorts of snacks including gourmet sandwich, soup or snack. So, check out dolphins in the water or the colorful gliders in the sky.

  • Hornblower

    Celebrate love on the wave with Hornblower Cruises. Choose them for a themed wedding, birthday party or just for a perfect evening. Dinner cruises depart nightly and last for about 3 hours. If you are interested in exploring the wildlife such as whale, Hornblower will not disappoint you. Don’t mind if you have got kids as well. They will enjoy the vacation thoroughly.

  • Coronado Municipal Beach

    San Diego vacation will be incomplete without a beach trip. Travelers love to explore its Coronado Island, which is spotlessly clean and covered with stretches of sand. Enjoy all sorts of water sports or activities from snorkeling and surfing to diving. Take stunning romantic photographs in the backdrop of sea waves. The beach has been divided into two sections, namely, the “North Beach and the Central Beach. The seashore has got shops and restaurants as well to cater to the needs of the beachgoers.

    This is just a glimpse; we can’t cover San Diego, even if we go at the threshold of travel journalism. Interested in exploring San Diego? Book one-way or two-way cheap flight tickets to San Diego with Cheapflightsfreak.