Find Cheap Flights from Austin (AUS) to San Diego (SAN)

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Austin to San Diego Route Information

Travel Distance:1,163 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Alaska Airlines, Frontier Airlines
Weekly Flights:12
Avg. Flight Duration:03.02 Hours

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Airports in Austin

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is an international airport serving the city of Austin in Texas, U.S.A. This is a public airport situated approximately 8 kilometers away from the downtown Austin. The cityty of Austin owns the airport and Austin Aviation Department manages it. The airport serves as a focus city for Allegiant Air, Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and Via Air. Austin Airport offers both passenger

& cargo services to numerous domestic as well as international destinations. Some of these destinations include Mexico City, Toronto, Portland, Seattle, Cincinnati, Miami, Los Angeles, New York, Phoenix, Charlotte, Chicago, and more. Various modes of ground transportation are available at the airport providing smooth connectivity to the nearby regions. These include cabs, shuttles, limousine services, rental cars, taxis, and charters.

Explore San Diego

Located in Southern California, not far from the Mexico border, San Diego is the oldest town in California, founded in 1769. It has an enchanting natural beauty and a pleasant climate, with mild temperatures and plenty of sunshine. San Diego’s coastal seat makes it an ideal destination for adventurers and sun seekers. Whether you are hiking along the sandstone cliffs of Torrey Pines State Reserve, walking through the frothy surf of Coronado Beach or admiring the postcard-worthy scenery at La Jolla Cove, you will find little reason to stray far from the city’s natural wonders. Spend a day at Balboa Park - the city’s definitive cultural hub - and soak up the stunning setting while exploring the many museums, theaters and gardens that call this 1,200-acre park home. Though it’s tempting to spend your whole vacation exploring, don’t forget to carve out some time for a San Diego history lesson: America’s Finest City proudly shows off its military and maritime heritage with two well-regarded (and highly interactive) museums.

Things to Do in San Diego

Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD) offers access to the very best art of our time at two iconic locations. While the La Jolla location is currently closed for a major renovation and expansion project, the downtown location serves as MCASD’s primary hub of activity. The downtown campus captures the energy and vibrancy of the city with site-specific installations by artists Jenny Holzer and Richard Serra, and soaring exhibition spaces that once housed the baggage building for the historic Santa Fe Depot. MCASD provides an unprecedented variety of experiences for the community, showcasing an internally recognized collection and a dynamic schedule of exhibitions and public programs.

Fleet Science Center

The Fleet Science Center connects people of all ages to the possibilities and power of science to create a better future. The Fleet is San Diego’s science center, bringing together the community, empowering educators and offering meaningful experiences that embrace the power of science and impact the world around us. No matter your age, explore and investigate more than 100 interactive exhibits that pique

your curiosity. Become immersed in the Heikoff Giant Dome Theater through a wide variety of IMAX film adventures that show you the world like you’ve never seen it before. Mesmerizing stories showcase the wonders of the planet - and beyond - providing exciting experiences for everyone.

Mt Soledad National Veterans Memorial

One of the most unique Veterans Memorials in America. The only one to honor veterans, living and deceased, from the Revolutionary War to the current global War on Terror. Black granite plaques include a picture of the veteran with a summary of their military experience. Currently there are over 3,500 veterans honored on the Memorial Walls. Five new walls were recently constructed will accommodate an additional 2,400 plaques. Honorees include Presidents. twelve Medal of Honor recipients, Generals, celebrity veterans and many other veterans with names that are not familiar, but who proudly served our country helping preserve the freedoms we enjoy as Americans.

Best Time to Fly to San Diego

The best times to visit San Diego are the months from March to May and September to November. One can find great deals on travel during the low seasons (September-November). Avoid travelling here in winters as most of the rains occur during this season.