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Reviewed on Oct 13, 2020
Had a situation with rude passenger on plane and it was handled professionally and safely. Thank you!
Suitcase broke on the drive to the airport and the Delta agent offered tape without me having to ask. She brought two different kinds of tape and I was able to sufficiently secure the hard shell so that no further damage occurred while in transit. Very helpful!
With SD fog, thank you for keeping us safe.
The service was great! The plane was clean and comfortable.
|Origin||Salt Lake City|
|Number of Daily Flights||9|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Aug 10|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Aug 11|
|Popular Airlines||Alaska Airlines|
When you travel to Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), which is sometimes referred to as Linderg Field, you can use Interstate 80 or they come up through Bangerter Highway. You can also take the TRAX light rail as it leaves from the city center and heads directly to the airport every 15 or 20 minutes.
A one-to-two-hour flight later and you will have arrived at San Diego Lindberg Fld S. Diego (SAN) Airport. Train service from the airport includes Amtrak and Coaster, or you can take a shuttle, bus, taxi or rent a car to get you where you need to go.
You won’t be lacking for something to do when you arrive in San Diego. Take in the San Diego Zoo and the San Diego Zoo Safari Park for a unique look at a variety of animals. You can also stop by Sea World for an aquatic experience. Enjoy the area’s rich Hispanic culture in Balboa Park with its gardens, or step out onto the beach of La Jolla Cove.
Many guests wonder why San Diego Airport is sometimes called Lindberg Field. Charles Lindberg, the famous aviator, commissioned an aircraft with hopes that it would be able to fly from New York to Paris without stopping. Once test flights were complete, the “Spirit of St. Louis” took off from San Diego in 1927, creating a huge spark of interest in aviation and travel.