San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
San Francisco International Airport is located just 13 miles (22 kilometers) south of downtown San Francisco, but with the Bay Area's seemingly never-ending traffic, those 13 miles can feel like much more. Therefore, it's best to book an airport transfer to eliminate the hassle of driving yourself. Shared transfers by van offer pickup at most hotels in the city, while a private transfer by sedan or SUV provides a more luxurious and flexible experience.
Things to Know Before You Go
San Francisco International Airport is fully accessible for wheelchair users.
Terminal 1 houses Delta, Frontier, and Southwest airlines.
Terminal 2 is home to American and Virgin America airlines.
Terminal 3 is home to United Airlines.
The international terminal is home to Air Canada, Qantas, and about 40 more airlines; Alaska and JetBlue fly out of the international terminal regardless of the destination.
All rental cars can be picked up at the Rental Car Center, which can be reached by SFO's 24-hour AirTrain.
How to Get There
SFO can be reached via airport transfer or Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART). It's possible to travel between the airport and San Francisco or Oakland on this train line. Ride-sharing vehicles are also allowed to operate at the airport at specific locations, although private transfers are a much more convenient way to reach your terminal.
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