Private flights from
San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
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About San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Highway 101 San Francisco, CA
San Francisco International Airport in CA is a large sized airport with private flights serving the surrounding cities of San Francisco, Sacramento, San Jose, and Concord
Scheduled flights near San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
There are 10 destinations with scheduled flights near San Francisco, California with one way and round trip seats available. San Francisco International Airport is 30 miles from San Jose Int. (SJC).
Private charter flights from San Francisco International Airport
There are 6 aircraft within 500 miles of San Francisco International Airport in California available to be chartered starting from $8,369 per trip. Select a private jet, turboprop, single or multi-engine aircraft and a destination to explore per seat and total flight costs.
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Los Angeles International Airport
SFO <> LAX
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SFO <> BZN
Aircraft near San Francisco International Airport
About San Francisco International Airport
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is the largest airport in the San Francisco Bay Area and the 7th busiest in America. It is owned and operated by the City and County of San Francisco. The international terminal is also the largest building in the world built on base isolators to protect against earthquakes.
International and domestic garage parking is $2 per 15 minutes or $36 per 24 hours. Long term parking is $18 per day. Valet parking is available for $45 per day. Electric vehicle parking can be found in every lot.
Things to do
Golden Gate Park
Golden Gate Park is the third most visited park in America with 24 million visitors annually. It is home to museums, an arboretum, and multiple playgrounds.
Pier 39 is home to restaurants, shopping, arcades, and an aquarium. It’s also known for its views of the city and world famous California sea lions.
San Francisco’s Chinatown hosts one of the largest and oldest asian communities outside of Asia and draws more visitors each year than the Golden Gate Bridge. Souvenir shops, restaurants, and a fortune cookie factory can all be found here.