Looking for cheap flights to California is the start of most people's Pacific Coast Highway road trip. The California gateway airports are at San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, with Seattle in Washington State another flight option for those planning the full west coast drive. All three California airports have budget airlines offering cheap flights, as well as the major national and international carriers.
Southwest Airlines, JetBlue, and WestJet all fly into San Diego and are likely to offer the cheapest fares, but for for full details visit our Cheap Flights to San Diego page.
Among the cheaper domestic airlines and budget carriers to LAX are AirTran Airways, Allegiant Air, American Eagle Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Horizon Air, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, and Virgin America. Major US airlines like Delta and United also serve LAX, along with a huge number of international airlines, and the budget Canadian airline, WestJet. For more information visit our Cheap Flights to Los Angeles page.
Budget carriers to San Francisco include Southwest Airlines, SkyWest, Virgin America, and JetBlue. For fuller details and information on the many international airlines that serve San Francisco and might be the source of a budget fare to CA, check our Cheap Flights to San Francisco page.
If you're thinking of driving the Pacific Coast Highway all the way to or from Seattle then you should also definitely check out our Cheap Flights to Seattle page.
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