Flights between San Jose and Carlsbad, a seaside city in San Diego County, will be available via California Pacific Airlines starting in November.
Flights will commence Nov. 1 between McClellan-Palomar Airport and Mineta San Jose International Airport, as well as between the Carlsbad airport and Reno, Nevada, according to the airline.
Passengers will be on 50-seat Embraer ERJ145 planes for the trips. There will be two round trips on the route each weekday and one round trip each Saturday and Sunday, airline officials said.
The McClellan-Palomar Airport is located near several beaches and coastal cities in San Diego County and is 2 miles east of the Legoland amusement park.
“We are extremely pleased to be one of three launch airports for California Pacific Airlines and the convenient, nonstop service it will offer to travelers between San Diego North County and Silicon Valley,” Mineta San Jose Director of Aviation John Aitken said in a statement.
“Our community will warmly welcome scheduled flights to the Carlsbad, California area, an in-demand destination for both tech and tourism,” Aitken said.
More information on the flights and reservations for seats can be found at www.mycpair.com or by calling (855) 505-9394, according to the airline.
By Dan McMenamin