|Flights arrive in||San Diego|
|Flights depart from||Australia|
The cheapest airline ticket to San Diego from Australia in the last 72 hours was $1259 return on the route Sydney to San Diego. The most popular route is Melbourne to San Diego and the cheapest ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $1816 return.
San Diego Airport is 4 kilometres from the centre of San Diego. View on map.
San Diego is served by San Diego Airport, also commonly referred to as Lindbergh Field, San Diego, San Diego Intl. The airport code is SAN.
Cons: My window seat didn’t have a window so was very squashed and felt claustrophobic
Cons: Initial temperature was a little low but it improved
Pros: Plane was clean, crew were fantastic, food was acceptable
Cons: Seating doesnt allow a lot of leg room for taller people unless you want to pay more for Premium Economy, We travelled early December and the Entertainment still referred to the November listings
Pros: Director flight at a good time
Pros: Great, love the ATRs
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