Cheap Flights from San Diego to Phoenix Sky Harbor
Flight information San Diego to Phoenix Sky Harbor
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Average flight time, total distance 303 miles
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Phoenix Sky Harbor
Prosperous, sprawling, and There are about 350 miles between San Diego and Phoenix, which translates to about an hour and ten minutes spent in flight.
Finding affordable tickets from San Diego to Phoenix is easy at most times of the year, as the route is well served. Southwest has 74 weekly nonstop flights between San Diego International Airport(SAN) and from Phoenix Sky Harbor(PHX.) US Airways offers 36 direct flights every week on this route.
Making your way to San Diego Airport
Better known as Lindbergh Field, San Diego’s airport is located just three miles from the city center. So close, in fact, that you can simply walk or cycle directly to your terminal of choice. There’s a dedicated path for your safety, and once you get there, you’ll find dedicated bike lockers. You can choose from a wide variety of public transit options, too. The Metrobus route 992 connects the airport with the Blue and Orange trolley lines as well as Amtrak Intercity and Coaster commuter trains. Drivers will find the choice of parking options generous. Parking in the economy lot can cost as little as $11 a day.
SAN consists of three terminals, 1, 2, and the Commuter Terminal. All of these spaces are pleasant and comfortable, with high-quality options for dining and shopping. (And drinking: in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 you’ll find bars with large selections of local craft beers.) If you’re bringing a furry best friend along, you’ll be glad to know that the airport has a dedicated indoor pet restroom which features a replica hydrant and artificial turf.
Arriving in Phoenix
Phoenix is huge, spanning many districts. In its rapid growth, it has swallowed many suburbs, so you’ll want a car to get around, and what you do will largely depend on where you’re staying. According to locals, there are a few must-sees, no matter what. First, hike the trail in the McDowell Mountains. This city is so huge it has a mountain range within the city limits, and once you get to the top, you can see for many miles. Next, there’s really nothing like the desert at night, but it can be a forbidding place: see it in safety at the Desert Botanical Gardens, which offers “flashlight tours” at certain times of the year. Finally, the Phoenix Art Museum is always a great way to spend the afternoon: it has a focus on vibrant contemporary art.
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