The San Diego Airport team has succeeded in securing a new Alaska Airlines daily, non-stop flight from Baltimore to San Diego beginning on March 15, 2017. The flights will be on a Boeing 737-900 with 165 Economy seats and 16 First Class seats and will have the following schedule: Eastbound Schedule SAN-BWI Departs San Diego @ 10:55pm Arrives Baltimore @ … [Read more...] about New Alaska Airlines Daily Non-Stop Flights Added
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Curated from BusinessWire.com/New York (November 16, 2016): JetBlue (NASDAQ:JBLU) today announced that San Diego will be the next city in the airline’s network to be served by Mint flights, as JetBlue executes its plan to expand Mint nationally on transcontinental routes. Mint – the airline’s award-winning approach to premium travel featuring the longest fully-flat bed … [Read more...] about JetBlue’s Coast-to-Coast Mint Expansion Adds San Diego
New public charter service JetSuiteX, aka JSX, is introducing service between Carlsbad and San Jose, CA, starting October 17th. JetSuiteX offers the best of private jet travel but is sold by the seat at commercial rates. Fares for the new San Diego County – Bay Area route start at $499 each way. JetSuiteX will connect McClellan–Palomar Airport with Mineta San José … [Read more...] about JetSuiteX introduces new service between San Diego/Carlsbad and San Jose
It has been a busy year for San Diego and we're just past the halfway mark. 2016 has seen a tremendous amount of increased air lift from major carriers due to strategic efforts from the San Diego International Airport and San Diego Tourism Authority. We've seen both domestic and international additions to our inbound service. Several ongoing flights were upgraded to larger … [Read more...] about San Diego Lands Increased Visitor Arrivals At Airport
UPDATE July 28, 2016: British Airways has confirmed they plan to keep the larger plane (Boeing 747-400) on the San Diego route year-round (and not go back to the smaller plane at the end of the summer as originally intended). This allows us to keep an additional 70 seats per day on the London-San Diego route as well as permanently having a First Class cabin for affluent … [Read more...] about First Class from London. Yes please!