Your San Diego International Airport Short Guide

Apr 3, 2018 | San Diego Limo Service

Looking for a ride to the airport? MIB Worldwide Chauffeured Services can meet all your needs by offering transportation for as few as 2 up to 50+ passengers. Any of our vehicles can take you directly to San Diego International Airport. Our San Diego limo service provides our clients with fast and hassle-free airport transfers.

San Diego International Airport was earlier called Lindbergh Field, to honor the legacy of Charles Lindbergh and locals still use that name. The Regional Airport Authority of San Diego County owns and operates the airport. Located on 3225 North Harbor Drive, the airport spanning six hundred and sixty-three acres is around three miles from downtown. For three consecutive years now, the airport has served more than twenty million passengers annually. While a majority of the traffic is domestic, there are nonstop flights to the United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, Canada and Mexico. The airport is not a hub for any major airline. It is not even a secondary hub, but it is the busiest airport with a single runway in the country and the third busiest in the world in the same category.

The international airport has all necessary facilities. Both the main terminals have information desks, located at the baggage claim areas. There are volunteer airport ambassadors wearing green polo shirts at both terminals who can provide you any additional help or information you need. There is a twenty-four hours airport loop shuttle service offering courtesy transportation between terminals and to & from car parks. There are three lounges, all in the second terminal. There was a plethora of retail outlets already and the recent expansion has opened more than seventy new shops. The airport has over thirty bars, coffee shops, restaurants, snack bars and fast food vendors. Both terminals have bookstores, gift shops, souvenir stores and newsstands. The commuter terminal has only one restaurant. You can exchange foreign currency at terminals one and two. The airport doesn’t have any duty-free shop, yet.

Driving to or from the San Diego International Airport will require you to be familiar with Interstate 5, SR163 or Interstate 15 or Interstate 8. You don’t need to worry about the exits, street signs or any abrupt turns if you reserve one of our limos. There are different modes of transport available, whether you are arriving or departing. There are car rentals at the airport. You could opt for a regular shuttle or rent a cab before you leave the airport. You would observe that premium car rental services at the airport would cost you substantially and it would just be better to have a chauffeur waiting for you without paying exorbitantly for the convenience.

San Diego is a busy city and there is enough congestion already. There are ongoing talks right now to relocate the airport. A single runway does not help the matters either. You are likely to find yourself amidst thousands of people after you get off the airplane. The airport serves more than fifty thousand passengers every day. That is an almost unbelievable number when you consider the number of terminals and the size of the airport. The best option for you is to reserve one of our luxury cars in advance and have our chauffeur wait for you. This will allow you to quickly exit the airport. Our chauffeur will manage and load your luggage into the car and can whisk you off to the city in less than fifteen minutes.