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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To San Francisco?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $51 and $26 for one-way flights to San Francisco for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
ORD Oakland Nov 17 - Dec 8 $90
EWR Oakland Dec 1 - Dec 5 $90
LAX San Francisco Jan 6 - Jan 6 $91
SEA San Jose Nov 17 - Nov 18 $97
BOS Oakland Dec 3 - Dec 6 $100
SEA San Francisco Nov 18 - Nov 21 $117
ORD San Jose Nov 10 - Nov 12 $192
BOS San Jose Nov 7 - Nov 9 $198
LGA San Jose Dec 4 - Dec 12 $241
BOS San Francisco Feb 2 - Feb 6 $248
PVG San Francisco Dec 25 - Feb 14 $691
PVG San Jose Dec 24 - Feb 14 $720
PEK San Francisco Dec 26 - Jun 17 $950
CAN San Francisco Jan 13 - Jan 27 $1,244
PVG Oakland Nov 8 - Nov 13 $2,510
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LAX Oakland Nov 7 - Nov 8 $103
LAX San Jose Nov 7 - Nov 14 $138
ORD San Francisco Nov 7 - Nov 10 $167
ORD Oakland Nov 8 - Nov 12 $190
SEA San Francisco Nov 7 - Nov 11 $194
SEA Oakland Nov 7 - Nov 12 $199
JFK San Francisco Nov 7 - Nov 14 $230
ORD San Jose Nov 7 - Nov 8 $306
EWR San Jose Nov 6 - Nov 11 $333
JFK Oakland Nov 6 - Nov 10 $524
PVG San Jose Nov 8 - Nov 13 $910
PVG San Francisco Nov 8 - Nov 13 $962
PVG Oakland Nov 8 - Nov 13 $2,510
CAN San Francisco Nov 7 - Nov 21 $2,992
PEK San Francisco Nov 7 - Nov 21 $4,571
*Prices include taxes and fees

Flight Review

Mar 16, 2020

The staff was particularly kind and friendly which wAs helpful considering the pandemic situation.

Mar 13, 2020

Wish Basic economy passengers were eligible for upgrades.

Mar 9, 2020

Everything was easy to book and fast confirmation. No complaints 🤗

Mar 5, 2020

No wait to get on board that is like so cool. Show up and board. Is it allways like that

Mar 2, 2020

I was the last passenger on board everyone was very helpful, thank you!

Mar 1, 2020

Love the free WiFi and messaging capabilities plus the comfort plus seats. The entertainment options were also well loaded with lots of choices.

Feb 21, 2020

Very friendly staff

Feb 21, 2020

On second leg, we were able to change seats when we checked in st counter so we could sit together. It would be great if after first class and business class, Delta would hoard window seat passengers, then center seat passengers, then aisle seat passengers, not enough room to be able to stand in aisle when you have to get In and out to let window people, then center people in!!!

Feb 21, 2020

Very friendly, extra helpful staff on plane

Feb 17, 2020

Great air fare price.

Feb 16, 2020

I had forgotten my coat at a concourse cafe, and we were about the last to board. He told me exactly how much time I had to run back and get it, and told the agent at the next gate to expect me back so I didn't panic when the jetway door was closed. Employee of the month!

Feb 15, 2020

My baggage went on wrong flight.

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San Francisco Flight Information

Traveling toSan Francisco
Lowest Price$51
Number of Airlines Serving
Airlines ServingSpirit Airlines
Number of Daily Flights
Airlines with Direct Flights

FAQs about flights from Airport () to San Francisco Airport (SJC)

Which airlines fly to San Francisco?

There are a lot of air carriers that advertise flights to San Francisco — 37 to be specific. Popular ones include:

  • Southwest Airlines
  • Alaska Airlines
  • Virgin Australia
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What airport is best to fly into San Francisco?

Chosen your flights and accommodations for your vacation in San Francisco? Good work. But are they near one another? The city has multiple airports — don't complicate things by arriving at one ages away from where you're staying. Find out which of these popular airports fits your travel plans:

  • San Francisco, CA Airport (SFO-San Francisco Intl.) – 12 miles from downtown
  • San Jose, CA Airport (SJC-Norman Y. Mineta San Jose Intl.) – 40 miles from downtown
  • Oakland, CA Airport (OAK-Oakland Intl.) – 12 miles from downtown
Where to stay in San Francisco

Get your San Francisco vacation off to a flying start by reserving your lodgings through Travelocity. You'll find no less than 2,488 options to pick from, all within a short commute of the center.

After a big day of exploring, there's nothing better than coming home to a luxury suite. The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square and the Villa Florence San Francisco on Union Square are some of our favorite upmarket properties to consider in San Francisco. If you're simply after a cosy space to get some sleep, don't stress! We've got options for you too. The Hotel Stratford and the Union Square Plaza Hotel are some wallet-friendly alternatives.

Make the most of your time spent in San Francisco and drop by Pier 39. With both the Airy North Beach 1BR w/ Pool, Fitness Center, Near Muni, by Blueground and the Welcome Home! Welcome Home! Welcome Home! just a short distance away, you won't have any excuse not to go see it!

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to San Francisco

These practical tips about airport security will save you a lot of time on your journey to San Francisco:

  • Ensure your boarding pass and travel ID are easily accessible. You'll be required to produce them straightaway.
  • You'll need to put your music on pause for a little while. Headphones must be taken off and put in a tray for X-raying. The same goes for items such as heavy jackets and belts.
  • Digital cameras, laptops and other electronic devices must be placed in a tub to be X-rayed.
  • Toothpaste, lip balm and other toiletry items in gel, liquid or cream form need to be stored in containers smaller than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters). They must also fit in a 1-quart (1-liter) clear resealable bag.
  • Security personnel will likely tell you to remove your shoes before entering the body scanner. Wear a pair that come off easily. There's nothing more tiresome than having to do up your laces over and over again.
  • Put any multi-tools or other dangerous items inside your checked luggage. Security won't permit these aboard the aircraft.

Flights To San Francisco

From the hippies hanging out near Haight & Ashbury to the counter culture holding court in the Castro, San Francisco offers a glimpse into America that is as unique as Lombard Street is crooked. Flying into San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is exciting, especially if you catch a glimpse of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge before you land. Whether you are booking one of the cheapest flights to San Francisco, California, for business or to take advantage of one of many excellent San Francisco vacation packages available, flights to San Francisco can open the door to a fantastic urban adventure.

Transportation from SFO

Because there are so many ground transportation options at the airport, staying at one of the San Francisco airport hotels can make for an easy base from which to catch all the city's sights, especially if cheap airfare to San Francisco and budget options are your goal. Once you land, you can use the complimentary AirTrain people movers to get to the BART station for rail service to downtown, or ride them to the rental car center if you prefer the freedom of driving during your stay. For service to the wider San Mateo County area, Samtrans buses can be boarded in the domestic arrival and baggage claim areas. There are also taxis available outside all of the baggage claim areas, or you can use a rideshare app like Uber or Lyft to have a car meet you curbside. Once your San Francisco flight has landed and you check in at your hotel, it's time to explore!

Hotels Near SFO

There’s no denying it, as soon as you get out of the airport, you’re going to want to head to a pub for a pint of Anchor Steam, or make tracks to Tadich Grill for a bowl of their signature cioppino. But, you’ll probably want to drop your bags off at a nearby hotel in San Francisco to change out of your travel clothes and put on something more…Californian. Here are a few of our favorite hotels near SFO:

  • Parc 55 – This contemporary-cool property is located close to SFO as well as all of the downtown action. We recommend a room on an upper floor to take advantage of the expansive views of the city scape, bay, and Golden Gate Bridge.
  • Stanford Court – As one of the top luxury boutique hotels in the nation, you’ll be able to pamper yourself in posh comfort shortly after your arrival at this Nob Hill icon. In addition to upscale opulence, the Stanford Court offers state-of-the-art technologies like an electric car charging station, Google Glass Explorer programs, high-speed Wi-Fi, and a collection of computers and tablets for guests to borrow.
  • Hotel Whitcomb – This historic property once served as a City Hall after the 1906 earthquake. Today, it is one of the most preferred hotels in San Francisco. Foodies will love its proximity to Soma and Hayes Valley, and sports fans are a just a short walk to AT&T Park.
  • Hotel Nikko – This Asian-inspired hotel features a glass-enclosed indoor swimming pool, rooftop lounge, and exotic rental car service. So, even if you’re not a celebrity when you check in, you can live like one during your stay.

Things to Do Near SFO

You probably already have an itinerary planned out before you even book one of our San Francisco flight deals. But here are a few San Francisco treats close to the airport that you might want to consider adding to your list:

  • Pacific Coast Highway – There is no better way to refresh your soul after a long flight than a cruise along the California Coast on one of the most scenic stretches of blacktop on the planet. We suggest a convertible for this.
  • Muir Beach – If the spirit of the open road compels you, keep your foot on the gas and go past downtown, across the Golden Gate, and pull over at this secluded slice of sandy serenity.
  • Winchester Mystery House – Do your travel plans take you to the South Bay? If so, be sure to make a pit-stop at one of the most interesting architectural oddities in the country. The 6-acre property is part Victorian manor, part intricate maze, and 100 percent weird.

Experience San Francisco

Whether you want to dine at five-star restaurants downtown, belly up to the bar with the locals in the Mission District, bark at the seals along Fisherman's Wharf, or toss a Frisbee at Golden Gate Park, there's something for everyone to love in San Francisco. You can save gold rush worth of cash when you book a hotel and plane tickets to San Francisco at the same time. With Travelocity's help, you can leave your heart in San Francisco in no time at all!

Need insider tips on must-see attractions in San Francisco? Check out our San Francisco travel guide!

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.