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Cheap round-trip flights to Fresno

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Plan Your Trip from San Diego to Fresno

San Diego's Airport

Orbitz.com can help you find cheap flights from San Diego for your next trip. San Diego International Airport, also known as Lindbergh Field, is located on San Diego Bay, three miles from downtown. The airport is the busiest single-runway airport in the United States. Domestic and international flights are provided by 20 different airlines, including JetBlue, Delta, Southwest, United and US Airways.

Airport Parking Information

The San Diego International Airport offers both hourly and long-term parking spaces. Short-term parking is offered at $4 per hour and long-term parking costs between $11 and $28 per day. You can park your car for up to 30 days. Be aware that curbside parking is never permitted at San Diego International Airport.

Ground Transportation Information

If you would prefer not to leave your car at the airport, metered taxis are available to transport you to the airport. Taxi fares are approximately $2.20 for the first 1/10 mile and $2.30 for each additional mile. San Diego also has a bus system, with a fare of $2.50-$5.00. Not only can Orbitz.com help you plan your discount air travel, it can also help you plan your ground transportation.

San Diego Airport Restaurants

There are many restaurant options available at the San Diego International Airport. You can grab a bite to eat at Chili's To Go, Starbucks, McDonald's or many other restaurants while waiting for your flight. There is also an NFL Bar. There is a variety of shops where you can purchase anything from books to cell phones. Keep checking Orbitz.com for cheap flights from San Diego.

Fresno, CA, Airport Information

When you are searching for cheap flights to Fresno, check with Orbitz.com. You can use the site to compare the rates of most major airlines simultaneously, so you can book the best rate and stay on budget. The Fresno Yosemite International Airport is the major air service provider for the city. It is located on East Clinton Way and is about six miles from downtown Fresno. Airlines providing service to the airport include Alaska, United, American, Allegiant, US Airways, Delta, Volaris, and AeroMexico. Orbitz.com can check the rates of these airlines, so you can compare and book the best deal.

Transportation From the Airport

Travelers can use a taxi, car rental, limousine, or bus service to get to their hotels from the airport. A taxi ride should cost around $20 to downtown, but this will vary depending on traffic. Car rental prices will vary by car selection and company, but you will find the best rates on Orbitz.com, and you can prearrange your rental when you book your airline ticket.

Weather in Fresno

Fresno has hot summers with the average high near 98 degrees and lows around 65 degrees. During the winter months, high temperatures average around 55 degrees and the mid-30s at night. Fresno does not receive much rainfall, especially during the summer months. The most precipitation occurs between January and February with an average of two inches per month.

Fresno's Major Attractions

Fresno has many activities for families to enjoy including The Chaffee Zoo, the Fresno Art Museum, Island Water Park, and Wild Water Adventure Park. Yosemite National Park is just a short drive away from the city and is well worth the trip. Check Orbitz.com for a list of attractions and activities when you are searching for flights to Fresno.

Yosemite National Park When to Go

Summer is peak season, drawing most of Yosemite’s four million annual visitors. Reservations at many of the campgrounds and hotels, particularly Yosemite Lodge and the Ahwahnee, should be made months in advance. The valley is only one part of Yosemite National Park, so escape summer crowds with day hikes in the breathtaking High Country at Tuolumne Meadows, about an hour’s drive from the valley floor. July is the peak of wildflower season.

Every season at Yosemite has something in its favor. In winter, there’s the quiet beauty of meadows and towering mountain peaks covered in snow. Spring (May and June) brings the roar of waterfalls at their fullest cascading over the valley rim and the dogwoods in bloom. Summer offers long, warm days for dips in the Merced River. In the fall, waterfalls may dwindle to only a trickle, but maples and oaks turn to red and gold.

Parts of the park, such as Tuolumne Meadows and the Glacier Point lookout area, are closed in winter because of heavy snowfall. Yosemite Valley and Wawona remain accessible year round, however, tire chains may be required, depending on weather conditions. In winter, the Badger Pass ski area is open for downhill skiing and cross-country skiing excursions.

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