Southern California has many destinations to enjoy, and San Diego is a particularly incredible locale. When you fly a private jet charter to San Diego with JetOptions premier services you’re able to enjoy the flights for this popular destination with something for everyone.
Fly to any of the airports serving San Diego and greater San Diego County. You have your choice of many primary and regional airports when you travel by private jet and can make the most of your travel day with a selection of the nearest airfield.
San Diego International Airport is the primary airport of the region. Serving commercial and general aviation flights, there is one fixed-base operator for private jets when you fly to and from SAN directly. The airport is located northwest of downtown and is close to San Diego’s Bay harbor.
In El Cajon, a little further inland is Gillespie Field Airport, one of the oldest airports in the city. SEE is a public-use general aviation airport with no scheduled commercial flights, and there are three FBOs on-site.
Brown Field Municipal Airport is on the southeast side of town in the Chula Vista area near the Mexican border and Tijuana. There are two runways at this airport, it’s open for private planes and general aviation, and there are two FBOs.
Take a private jet charter to San Diego to the La Jolla area. Situated on the coast with stunning views, La Jolla is surrounded on three sides by the sea, with Mt. Soledad at its back. A top beach destination, La Jolla features excellent accommodations, retreats, museums, art galleries, stand-alone boutiques, restaurants, and outdoor activities.
Are you a golf aficionado? If so, a private jet charter to San Diego’s famous Torrey Pines Golf Course is a must on your golfing bucket list. Overlooking the sea, Torrey Pines is set on stunning Pacific Ocean cliffsides. Set to host the U.S. Open in 2021, this is the leading municipal course in the U.S. If golf isn’t your preferred activity, you can always see the area’s famed clifftops and trees at the Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve.
Also located on the coastline is Scripps Park, which hosts concerts, fireworks during the Fourth of July, and beautiful areas where you can enjoy a picnic. Take a walk at the famed Children’s Pool, where you can get a close-up look at the local seal colony. La Jolla is also the Scripps Institute of Oceanography’s home, the popular La Jolla Playhouse, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Geisel Library, and the Salk Institute for Biological Studies. Don’t forget to visit the La Jolla Shore, the Cove, and Windansea.
A private jet charter to San Diego can take you to Coronado, voted the best beach in the country by Dr. Beach. Coronado, or the Crown Island, is across the bay from downtown San Diego with naturally glimmering sands due to its natural minerals. The neighborhood has gardens, old-world mansions, shops, and oceanfront dining. Enjoy the outdoors by taking a bike ride on the beachfront boardwalk.
If you visit Orange Avenue, you’ll find shops, restaurants, galleries, theaters, and the Coronado Museum of History & Art. The architectural masterpiece Hotel del Coronado is set along Orange Avenue. Opened in 1888 to worldwide fame for the magnificent seaside surroundings, it is still a famous resort destination today.
On the north end, you can visit Coronado’s Ferry Landing that includes shops, galleries, restaurants, and a view of the gorgeous San Diego skyline. You can even take a cruise around the bay and visit the Seaport Village. And if you’re hoping to continue your golf escapades, enjoy Golf Digest’s best value in the U.S. at the Coronado Public Golf Course when you fly a private jet charter to San Diego.
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