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San Jose to Queenstown Flights

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San Jose and Queenstown airports and terminals

Airports in San Jose CA, US
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    San Jose International Airport (SJC)

    Distance from City Center: 1.6 miles

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Airports in Queenstown , NZ
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    Frankton Airport (ZQN)

    Distance from City Center: 3.9 miles

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Featured Queenstown Airport Hotels

Hotel only $382

Luxury Lake Suites Queenstown

4 stars
Not yet reviewed

875 Frankton Road Map

...Luxury Lake Apartments are located between Frankton and the town centre where a range of shops, restaurants and cafes are available.... More

Hotel only $84

Goldridge Resort

3 stars
4.2 / 5 6 reviews

594 Frankton Rd Map

Stay in a 3 star Qualmark 75 room resort with a friendly and helpful team of people dedicated to delivering the best possible services. Our international and business visitors choose us because of... More

Hotel only $192

The Rees Hotel & Luxury Apartments Queenstown

5 stars
4.4 / 5 16 reviews

377 Frankton Road Map

Free Parking & Internet

...Located on the edge of the beautiful Lake Wakatipu with views over the Remarkable Mountains, the Rees Hotel & Luxury Apartments Queenstown is the gateway to the True South with 4 kilometres to... More

Hotel only $210

Villa Del Lago Queenstown

5 stars
5.0 / 5 1 reviews

249 Frankton Road Map

...Featuring its own pebbled beach and jetty, close to ski fields and vineyards and bordering the Frankton cycle path and walkway, the Villa del Lago's lake front location makes it an easy water... More

Hotel only $106

Oaks Club Resort Queenstown

4 stars
4.2 / 5 14 reviews

171-179 Frankton Road Map

72 Hour Sale, Save Up To 19%

Oaks Club Resort Queenstown is the perfect choice for a relaxing vacation.Location The Oaks Club Resort is conveniently located on Frankton Road, the main road into New Zealand's picturesque... More

Hotel only $97

Earnslaw Lodge

3 stars
4.0 / 5 3 reviews

77 Frankton Road Map

...The lodge are located on Frankton Road, 10 mins drive from the airport and 10 minutes walking distance to central Queensown and 100m from Lake Wakatipu.... More

Flights to Queenstown

San Jose, CA, Airport Information

San Jose, CA, is home to nearly one million people, a large city population that's serviced by its own international airport, providing regular flights from San Jose to international and domestic destinations. The Norman Y. Mineta Memorial San Jose International Airport is only two miles from the downtown area at the intersections of U.S. Route 101, Interstate 880 and State Route 87. The primary airlines operating from the airport are Southwest Airlines and Alaska Airlines. Reservations for you airline ticket on these or other airlines serving the airport can be made through Orbitz.com.

Parking at the Airport

Parking at Mineta San Jose International Airport is available at three hourly and three daily lots, one of which offers economy service. The hourly lots are interspersed around the terminal area for easy access, costing $2 for 30 minutes and $30 per day flat rates. The daily lots offer parking deals with discounted parking fees of $22 a day for the regular daily lots and $15 for the economy lot, which is further away from the terminals. Disabled parking is available in front of both terminals for a $2 rate for 30 minutes and $15 for a daily charge.

Transportation From the Airport

Several methods of travel are available for passengers to make their way from anywhere in the city to the airport. Several hotels in the area offer courtesy shuttle transportation for patrons. Public bus transportation is available from the Valley Transportation Authority, and metered taxi service is also available from anywhere in the area, with the downtown-to-airport fare costing approximately $15 to $18.

Breakfast Before Departing

A quick meal can be eaten at the airport before departure in one of the many restaurants available in the concourse. Only ticketed passengers are allowed in the area containing the restaurants. Coffee and pastries are served at the Euro Café near the baggage claim area, while Starbucks can provide sandwiches as well, to get you quickly to the available flights from San Jose. If you have a bit more time to stop off on the way to the airport, try a sit-down breakfast at Café San Jose on Meridian Ave. or at Bill's Cafe on Willow St.

Vacationing in Queenstown

Queenstown, New Zealand, has quickly become a top destination for resort travelers, and Orbitz.com is a top travel tool for researching cheap flights to Queenstown. The coastal town is served by Queenstown International Airport, located in Franklin on New Zealand's South Island. The airport handles approximately one million passengers a year, offering service through Air New Zealand, Jetstar Airways, Qantas Airways, and Virgin Australia. International flights to the island arrive through Australia.

Getting around in Queenstown

Queenstown Airport offers a myriad of options for getting you from the baggage claim to your hotel. If you've booked a rental car through Orbitz.com, the 13 rental agencies are located directly inside the terminal. Connectabus offers connections from the airport to Queenstown hotels and resorts on a 15-minute schedule, while Connexions and Tracknet bus services offer daily transportation from the airport to points in and around Queenstown. Private car services such as Corporate Cabs and Queenstown Taxis pick up outside of the terminals.

Weather in Queenstown

The climate in Queenstown tends to be mild, with the average high being 73 degrees in February, the warmest month. The coolest month is July, with average temperatures maxing out at 47 degrees. Queenstown is fairly dry but does see snow in the months of June through early October, so you can leave the umbrella behind in favor of an extra sweater.

Things to Do in Queenstown

Located along the shores of Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown is the perfect destination for the adventurous. Activities include skiing, river rafting, canyon swinging, and horseback riding. For those who enjoy scenic hikes, there are several trails that wend their way through beautiful mountain and lake settings. Central Otago, just outside of Queenstown, is also a popular destination for fans of The Lord of the Rings, as it is a setting for many of the Middle-earth scenes. Historians can delve into Queenstown's vibrant gold-mining past, even panning for gold themselves. Whatever activity you have in mind, look to Orbitz.com when you're ready to search for cheap flights to Queenstown, New Zealand.