How to get to

 

Modern airports and a highway security systems have put the amazing landscapes of Baja California at the world’s reach. International Airports like the one in Tijuana, the fourth most important in the country and the bridge between Latin America and Asia, or the one in Mexicali, a connection of Mexico’s most important cities, the United States and Canada, offer visitors first class air travel facilities. All the while, San Felipe and Ensenada have great airports for private use, which makes it even more efficient air transport.

The main entrance to the State is the International Airport of Tijuana, B.C., where there’s services from the main national air lines heading toward almost any spot in the country. There's also international flights. On a daily basis there’s over 120 flights, the airport has 2 runways with longitudes of 9 and 12 thousand feet, which cover different commercial and private flight necessities.

There's also airports in San Felipe and Ensenada but don’t operate commercial flights, though the one in Mexicali operates 14 daily flights by the main Mexican Airlines.

Airports

Airport Location Contact
Tijuana International Airport Carretera Internacional s/n Mesa de Otay (664) 607-8201 y (664) 607-8200
Mexicali International Airport 14.6mi Mesa de Andrade Col. Mariano Abasolo (686) 552-2317
San Felipe Airport 8.3mi Carretera Aeropuerto (686) 577-1368 y (686) 577-1858

Another nearby important airport for Baja is the Lindebergh Field airport, located in San Diego, California, only 30 minutes north of Tijuana. it offers 14 air lanes that operate 250 daily flights to the most important destinations in the US, as well as international connections. Another important nearby airport es the Brown Field airport, located only 4 minutes from the international border in San Diego, California, this is mostly for private flights and commercial flights.

Details:

Airport/Airstrip Location AirStrip Freq.
Ensenada (ENS) 31°47.683'N, 116°36.050'W 11/29 - 5721' 119.75
Rancho Magaña 30°38.397'N, 115°57.970'W 11/29 - 4000' 123.3
Bahía de los Angeles (BLX) 28°58.241'N, 113°33.520'W 15/33 - 4846' 123.3
Guerrero Negro (GRN) 28°01.176'N, 114°00.924'W 12/30 - 7126' 123.3
San Felipe (SFE) 30°55.883'N, 114°48.533'W 31/31 - 4900' 118.5

CBX

CBX is a closed pedestrian aerial bridge, made exclusively to passengers of #Tijuana’s Airport crossing from the united States and Mexico as a part of their flight. Discover it and enjoy the city’ connectivity! #SanDiego

Modern airports and a highway security systems have put the wild landscapes of Baja California at the world’s reach. International Airports like the one in Tijuana, the fourth most important in the country and the bridge between Latin America and Asia, or the one in Mexicali, a connection of Mexico’s most important cities,the United States and Canada, offer visitors first class aeronautica installations. All the while, San Felipe and Ensenada have great airports for private use, which makes it even more efficient air transport.

The main entrance door to the State is the International Airport of Tijuana, B.C., where there’s services from the main national air lines heading toward any spots in the country. On a daily there’s over 120 flights, the airport has 2 runways with longitudes of 9 and 12 thousand feet, which cover different commercial and private flight necessities.

Airports also exist in San Felipe and Ensenada but don’t operate commercial flights, though the one in Mexicali operates 14 daily flights by the main Mexican Airlines.

Bus lines

TUFESA

Phone: (800) 737-8883.
Web: www.tufesa.com.mx

ABC AUTOTRANSPORTES

Phone: (6640) 104-7400.
Web: www.abc.com.mx

AMERICA TOURS

Phone: (664) 687-4623.
Web: www.americatoursplus.com

GRUPO ESTRELLA BLANCA

Phone: (800) 507-5500.
Web: www.estrellablanca.com.mx

ESTRELLAS DEL PACÍFICO

Phone: (664) 624-1455.

FIVE STAR TOURS

Phone: (664) 622-2203.
Web: www.fivestartours.com

INTERCALIFORNIAS

Phone: (664) 683-6281.
Web: www.intercalifornias.com

MEXICOACH

Phone: (664) 685-1440.
Web: www.mexicoach.com

ELITE TNS

Phone: (664) 688-1979, 621-2958, 621-2955 y 621-2982.

EJECUTIVOS PENÍNSULA

Teléfono: +52 (686) 557-2451.

TAP

Phone: 01 (800) 001-1827.
Web: www.tap.com.mx

SUBUR BAJA

Phone: (664) 104-7400.

Roads and distances

On land, Baja is backed up by roads that connect the main destinations. On car or bus, the scenic road is recomendable, this road will take you from Tijuana, to Rosarito and Ensenada, this is one of the most beautiful roads in Mexico, with amazing views of the Pacific, Marinas, Viewpoints and more.

Federal Road N.1 also known as the Transpeninsular road, runs from Tijuana to La Paz in Baja Sur; or you can connect to Federal Road 2, that runs to Tecate and Mexicali through La Rumorosa. And Federal Road 3 begins in Tecate towards Ensenada, connecting de Pacific and the Sea of Cortez. The recently remodeled Federal Road N5 goes from Mexicali to San Felipe.

Distances:

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