Travel Information

 Airline Information – San Diego International (SAN)


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Conveniently located just ten minutes from downtown San Diego and serviced by 22 major and commuter airlines, the San Diego International Airport receives more than 16 million passengers a year.

Flying into San Diego, passengers get a bird's eye view of Balboa Park, downtown and the San Diego Bay on their descent to San Diego International Airport.

Transportation to and from Town and Country Resort & Convention Center


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Rental Car:
Off-airport rental car agencies are served by free shuttle service from multiple locations throughout the terminals.

Taxi: depart from the designated taxi zones located at the transit islands, on the Arrivals/Baggage Claim Level adjacent to each terminal. Base fare and rates are displayed on the meter and include a flag drop charge plus a per-mile and/or a per-hour charge. If you are traveling from the airport, they will also add $1.50 to your final total. Follow this link for more information on taxi rates in San Diego. Uber is also well established in San Diego and now has access to service San Diego's airport.

Courtesy shuttles to participating San Diego-area hotels are located at the Hotel Courtesy Shuttle zones on the transit islands at terminals 1 and 2.

Public Transportation:
There are a number of public transportation services available to you at any given time when you need to get to and from the San Diego International Airport.

Getting Around San Diego:

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The Metropolitan Transit System has plenty of bus lines and routes that are serviced throughout San Diego. Be sure to check timetables and schedules, and plan your routes in advance.    

Other means of transportation around San Diego —from a pedicab to a water taxi to a Segway—may be found at the SanDiego.Org website.

View a map of the area to explore what is near the Cereals 17 location in the heart of San Diego’s Mission Valley.