San Diego Private Jet Charter Flights
San Diego Air Charter Flights
With Over A Decades Experience in Booking Private Flights In San Diego, We're the Team You Can Count On
If you are considering booking charter flights to San Diego, contact Stratos Jet Charters. Our team has access to a large network of private aircraft that are operated by the most reputable Part 135 air charter operators in San Diego and throughout the United States. These long-standing relationships allow us to offer guaranteed access to both private jets and turboprop charter flights in San Diego.
To find rates or to book charter flights to San Diego, California, contact Stratos Jets at 888.478.7286
Expanding Your Margin of Safety for San Diego Area Jet Charters
Stratos Jet Charters does not own or operate any aircraft. This frees us up to recommend the appropriate plane for your jet charter in San Diego. This approach to booking private air travel helps to expand your margin of safety as we can focus on meeting the specific requirements of your charter flight.
Beyond ensuring the proper aircraft selection, every private jet we recommend is operated by a company who meets the requirements of our Approved Vendor Program. This comprehensive air carrier due-diligence program goes beyond the typical ARGUS and Wyvern subscriptions and evaluates each operator on a number of criteria:
- Operational history
- Financial stability
- Key personnel (experience and turnover)
- Pilot experience and training
- Insurance levels
- Participation in SMS programs
Since we began in 2007, Stratos Jets has taken air charter safety seriously. As both a Wyvern Recommend Broker and an ARGUS Certified Broker, we have undergone on-site audits of our:
- Operational processes
- Booking history
- Commitment to ensuring consumer safety
Stratos Jets maintains a $25 million Non-Owned Aircraft Liability Policy. This insurance policy rides on top of the standard air carrier policy and limits the number of parties who could file a claim against it.
To learn more about what goes into booking a safe jet charter flight, read our post: Why You Should not Book on Price Alone.
Arriving on Charter Flights to San Diego
Booking charter flights to San Diego is easy due to the availability of local area airports, including:
- San Diego International (FAA ID: KSAN)
- Montgomery Field (KMYF)
- Brown Municipal Field (KSDM)
- Gillespie Airfield (KSEE)
- McClellan-Palomar Airport (KCRQ)
When discussing the details of your charter flight to San Diego, be sure to provide us with the address, hotel or area in San Diego that you will be staying. This will allow us to recommend the most convenient airport for your private flight to San Diego.
Delivering Exceptional Customer Experience
Stratos Jets’ core focus has always been to ensure your safety and to simplify the process of booking charter flights to San Diego. Our air charter agents have an in-depth knowledge of aircraft performance, as well as the operational history of the carriers we work with.
Once an aircraft has been selected for your charter flights to San Diego, the details of your flight are then organized by our Trip Support Department. Trip Support’s sole responsibility is to ensure that every detail of your private travel experience has been properly organized and executed. This approach has afforded Stratos Jets the confidence of our clients’ repeat business. Our Trip Support Team understands charter flight booking process from the operator’s point of view. Some of their flight-related responsibilities include:
- Coordinating flight information between the aircraft operator and passengers
- Passenger manifest details (dates of birth, weights etc)
- Communicating customer baggage capacity needs to the crew
- Weather concerns
Stratos Jets Trip Support Team also organizes concierge services that go beyond simply placing a catering order and arranging a ground transfer for your charter flights to San Diego. Here’s a closer look at what we do:
- Appropriate delivery times to ensure freshness
- Ensuring the crew is informed of the complete catering order details
- Provide written heating and storage instructions for crew
- Necessary plate and silverware
- Appropriate vehicle selection
- Provide driver with travel details
- Arrival times
- Special assistance requirements
Hotel and Lodging
- Organizing accommodations
- Check-in and check-out procedures
- Luggage coordination
- Dinner and show reservations
Note: For your convenience, contact information for all concierge services providers will appear on your charter flight itinerary.
About San Diego, California
Sunny San Diego is named in honor of the venerable Catholic Saint Didacus. Although the distinction of being the first European to visit the region belongs to Portuguese-born explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo in 1542 (who originally claimed the bay for the Spanish Empire, naming the location San Miguel), it was Spain’s Sebastian Vizcaino that surveyed what are now Mission Bay and Point Loma 60 years later and named them in honor of Saint Didacus, more commonly known as San Diego.
This city has a diverse economy with many cultural influences. The three largest sectors of San Diego’s economy are:
Due to its strategic location, San Diego has multiple military bases, including U.S. Navy ports, Marine Corps bases and Coast Guard stations.
San Diego is also home to many companies that develop wireless cellular technology. Qualcomm International was founded and is headquartered in San Diego. It is the largest private-sector technology employer (excluding hospitals) in San Diego County.
Things to Do in San Diego, California
Whether you’re arranging charter flights to San Diego for business or pleasure, you're sure to find lots to do in this city. Because of the year-round temperatures and sunshine, tourism is a very large part of the city’s culture. Some of the many tourist attractions in the city include:
- San Diego Zoo
- Belmont Amusement Park
- Legoland California
- San Diego Wild Animal Park
Many popular museums reside in the city, such as the:
- San Diego Museum of Art
- San Diego Natural History Museum
- San Diego Museum of Man
- Museum of Photographic Arts
- The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
The Columbia District downtown is home to a variety of historic ship exhibits belonging to the San Diego Maritime Museum, headlined by the Star of India, as well as the San Diego Aircraft Carrier Museum featuring the legendary USS Midway aircraft carrier.
Culturally, there are many things to see and do in San Diego. The San Diego Symphony performs at Symphony Towers, and the San Diego Opera is continually recognized as one of the top-10 opera companies in the United States. Old Globe Theatre at Balboa Park produces about 15 plays and musicals annually, and with the nearby La Jolla Playhouse, they have produced acts that have gone on to win multiple Tony Awards on Broadway.
The Kroc Center of Performing Arts is a 600-seat, state-of-the-art theater that hosts music, dance and other performances. The San Diego Repertory Theatre at the Lyceum Theaters also produces a variety of plays and musicals.
In professional sports, San Diego is represented in the NFL by the San Diego Chargers, and in Major League Baseball by the San Diego Padres. It also hosts two annual NCAA football bowl games—Holiday Bowl and the Poinsettia Bowl—and has been the site of many other championships and other major games in sports such as soccer and rugby.
Places to Stay in San Diego, California
There are plenty of high-end hotels to choose from once your charter flights to San Diego have touched down. Some of the top choices include:
- Pacific Terrace
- The US Grant
- The Westgate
- Hotel Palomar
- Hotel Solamar