Consider Tijuana Airport for Cheaper Fares and More Options
Recently, entrepreneurs completed a $120 million Cross Border Xpress bridge between southern California and Tijuana International Airport. The 390-foot-long, glass-enclosed bridge is meant to speed up border crossings for air travelers, and according to The Wall Street Journal, “the goal is to let US travelers walk from San Diego to the Tijuana airport, where they can fly to other Mexican and international destinations. Tijuana has a direct flight to Shanghai, for example. San Diego doesn’t.”

If you live in or will be traveling through southern California (especially the San Diego area), make sure to consider Tijuana an option for flights. The bridge charges $12 per flyer each way ($40 for families up to six people).



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2 Comments On "Travel Tip of the Day: Consider Tijuana Airport for Cheaper Fares and More Options"
  1. Phil|

    Are veterinary officials available for pet owners traveling with their pets?

    1. Johnny Jet|

      Not sure

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