Private flights from
Montgomery-Gibbs Airport (MYF)
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About Montgomery-Gibbs Airport (MYF)
3750 John J Montgomery Dr, San Diego, CA 92123
Montgomery-Gibbs Airport in CA is a small sized airport with private flights serving the surrounding cities of San Diego, Riverside, Mission Viejo, and Murrieta
Scheduled flights from Montgomery-Gibbs Airport (MYF)
There are 1 private Scheduled destinations from San Diego with one way and round trip seats available within the Surf Air network. Montgomery-Gibbs Airport is 2 miles from San Diego.
Private charter flights from Montgomery-Gibbs Airport
There are 6 aircraft within 500 miles of Montgomery-Gibbs Airport in California available to be chartered starting from $1,165 per trip. Select a private jet, turboprop, single or multi-engine aircraft and a destination to explore per seat and total flight costs.
Mammoth Lakes, CA
Mammoth Yosemite Airport
MYF <> MMH
Lincoln Regional Karl Harder Field
MYF <> LHM
Palo Alto, CA
Palo Alto Airport
MYF <> PAO
Bermuda Dunes, CA
Bermuda Dunes Airport
MYF <> UDD
Los Angeles, CA
Van Nuys Airport
MYF <> VNY
Aircraft near Montgomery-Gibbs Airport
About Montgomery-Gibbs Airport
Montgomery-Gibbs Executive Airport (MYF) is a general aviation airport and serves as a reliever airport for San Diego International Airport. Aircraft operations at MYF include private, corporate, charter, air ambulance, cargo, and flight training. It is also home to the San Diego Fire Department’s aircrafts.
Overnight parking is $3 per night for small vehicles and $10 for large vehicles
Things to do
Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve
Torrey Pines Reserve features over 1700 acres of unspoiled land protecting 3,000 of America’s rarest pine tree, the Torrey Pine. Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve offers breathtaking views, hiking trails, and towering sandstone cliffs.
Old Town San Diego
Old Town San Diego is a stretch of restored homes and shops from the first European settlement in California. Widely considered the “birthplace of California,” Old Town San Diego shows what it was like to live in California throughout different eras.
During migration season the California Grey Whales pass by San Diego on their way to warmer climates in Baja California to give birth. While searching for whales it is also likely to see sea lions and seals.