Two things that make business travel easier for Southern Californians


As a travel management company headquartered in San Diego, CA, we know the same pains of traveling for work in Southern California.

For the sake of convenience and better travel experiences, we've rounded up the two latest industry updates that could improve the quality of your time on the road.

#1: San Diego Cross Border Xpress (CBX)

CBX is essentially a skywalk bridge that offers a fast and secure way for ticketed airline passengers to cross between San Diego and the Tijuana airport. With Tijuana becoming a more popular and cost-effective option to fly out of for some San Diego or LA based travelers, CBX provides a favorable alternative to sitting in traffic while driving across the border. In a quick three minutes, ticketed passengers can walk across the CBX Bridge into the airport terminal. All travelers wishing to use CBX will need to present boarding passes, appropriate travel documents, and their CBX ticket ($16 one way, $30 round trip). There are kiosks to print boarding passes if necessary and customer service representatives from the airlines onsite to assist. Continue reading.

#2: Cal Jet by Elite AIrways

Cal Jet by Elite Airways is launching a new nonstop service between Carlsbad Palomar Airport and Las Vegas. Cal Jet is open to the public (not a private airline) and we see this being a great resource for North County travelers who may frequent Vegas for business travel and meetings. (We also thought it'd be really neat to use the airline for a corporate holiday party or group incentive!) Plus, getting to skip both the I-5 traffic and the San Diego airport security lines is a loaded perk in itself.

If you'd like additional information how to keep your corporate travel running smoothly in Southern California, reach out! We love improving travel management programs.