Use these flights for your next SeaScape Charters adventure
A bus will pick you up at the Amtrak station in downtown San Diego and will take you directly to the airport for $15.
Check in 2½ hrs before your flight. When you fly
into San Diego, the bus stops right at the SD airport or you can take a taxi to the Amtrak station.
Another way is to take the bus downtown to the SD trolley station, across the street from the bus stop. Use the same ticket to board the trolley, which will take you right to the border. The cost is $3 ($1.50 for seniors).
Then walk across the border and catch a taxi to the airport (about $20). Its located right next to the
US border. Airport vans also go from the San Diego airport to the Tijuana airport.
Southwest has direct flights to San Diego from most major cities in the US and has partnered with Volaris.
San Jose del Cabo airport (SJD)
About 30% of our charterers fly into Cabo because of frequent
flyer miles, discounted airfares and a greater selection of airlines. The
trip from San Jose del Cabo, a 3-hour drive, winds through the mountains,
passing through the East Cape. If you choose to drive, try Cabo San Lucas on
the Pacific Ocean side. About 40 miles north, a roadside one-of-a-kind bar and restaraunt called Art & Beer serves
The Worlds Best Bloody Mary! and 5 Fresh Juice Margarita. This a must stop!