Adelaide to San Diego Flights
Adelaide and San Diego airports and terminals
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Flights to San Diego
Flights from Adelaide Airport
Use Orbitz.com to find cheap flights from Adelaide, South Australia. Adelaide Airport (1 James Schofield Drive) is located approximately four miles from the center of the city. Several commercial airlines, including Alliance, Virgin Australia and Quantas, offer departing flights out of the airport daily to cities like Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.
Parking at Adelaide Airport
Short-term and long-term parking are available at this airport. Short-term parking starts at $4 an hour. Daily parking costs $25 for one day, $40 for two days and $50 for three days. If your vehicle remains parked for longer than three days, you will be charged an additional $5 per day. The long-term parking lot provides a free shuttle to Terminal 1 every 20 minutes. Construction has been ongoing at the airport, so give yourself extra time to find a space.
Getting to Adelaide Airport
There are a number of ways to get to this airport, including taxis, limousines, shuttles and public transportation. Adelaide Independent Taxis and Yellow Cabs both provide drop offs at the airport. Adelaide Metro JetBus makes direct stops at the airport every day. Skylink Airport Shuttle offers daily service between the airport, Keswick Interstate Railway Terminal and the Adelaide CBD (Central Business District). If you will be coming from the Adelaide outer suburbs or surrounding areas, you can also make a reservation on the Adelaide Airport Flyer for front door pickup.
Dining at Adelaide Airport
There are a variety of dining options available at the airport. Grinders Coffee and Hudson Coffee can help you get your morning caffeine fix, while Dreamy Donuts satisfies your sweet tooth. Featuring both made-to-order and prepackaged foods, Cafe Terra Rosa is another great choice when you are in a hurry. When you are ready to find cheap flights from Adelaide, let Orbitz.com make it easy for you.
Flights to San Diego
Booking flights to San Diego with Orbitz.com helps ensure you get the best rate on your airline tickets. The website makes it easy to find a flight that fits your budget. Orbitz.com searches hundreds of flight combinations to find you a bargain.
San Diego International Airport
The San Diego International Airport is located on North Harbor Drive, approximately three miles from downtown San Diego. The airport has hubs for 20 different airlines, including Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, British Airways, JetBlue and Southwest Airlines. The Orbitz.com website searches flights from all available airlines and displays the results, so you can choose a flight that fits your travel needs and budget.
Parking and Transportation
The San Diego International Airport doesn't allow curbside parking. If you're being picked up from the airport, you'll need to pay for parking. Parking costs $2 for every half hour, with a maximum of $28 per day. The airport offers complimentary shuttle services from the parking lot to the airport terminals. Amtrak and the Metro Bus run between the airport and downtown San Diego every 15 minutes. You can also reserve a taxicab at any of the airport's transportation plazas. Orbitz.com can reserve you a rental car for the duration of your trip. The airport has courtesy phones located near baggage claim, so you can request shuttle service to the car rental company as soon as you arrive.
Dining at the Airport
If you need to grab a quick bite to eat when you arrive, the airport has numerous restaurants, including Monet's California Deli, Pizza Uno, McDonald's and Cramer's Deli. Because Orbitz.com takes care of everything when you book flights to San Diego on the website, you'll have plenty of time to relax and enjoy a meal before you head to your hotel.
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