Flights from San Francisco International

The San Francisco International Airport is a public airport owned by the City and County of San Francisco and operated by San Francisco Airport Commission. It is an international hub located 13 miles or 21 kilometers south of downtown San Francisco, near Milbrae and San Bruno in the unincorporated San Mateo Country. San Francisco International Airport is the largest airport in the San Francisco Bay Area, and the second busiest in California after the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). In 2013, the airport is the seventh busiest in the United States and 21st in the world based on total passengers served. It is the fifth largest hub for United Airlines too, and functions as the airline's primary transpacific gateway. It also serves as Virgin America's principal base of operations.

The San Francisco International Airport has four terminals, named as 1, 2, 3, and international. It also has seven concourses, (Boarding Areas A-G), arranged alphabetically in a counterclockwise ring. The concourses are divided into the four terminals.

Where to go

New York - Dubbed as a “Global Power City,” and fondly called by its inhabitants (New Yorkers) as the city that “never sleeps,” New York is a significant center of many sectors including finance, commerce, media, art, fashion, technology, education, entertainment, and even research. It is also a United States immigrant's first stop-over; a city that is full of architectural, civil, and cultural wonders that is upbeat and vigorous in its own way. Along with being world famous for its influence, the city is also a favorite destination among travelers from all over the world primarily because of the many attractions within the confines of a rather small space. Texas has much bigger cities than New York, but it's always different in the Big Apple.

Las Vegas – known as the “Sin City” of Nevada, Las Vegas is another favorite destination in the United States from the San Francisco International Airport, with Cali-dwellers seeking the excitement that the Strip of Vegas brings. Equated with excess, luxury, and paradise, this city has it all – from fun to fancy.

Guadalajara (Mexico) – Guadalajara is the capital and the largest city of the Mexican state of Jalisco, and the seat of the municipality of Guadalajara. The city is set at the heart of the central region of Jalisco in the western-Pacific area of Mexico, with a population of almost 1.5 million. Guadalajara is considered as the cultural center of Mexico, considered by most to be the home of mariarchi music and host to a number of large-scale cultural events (Read: International Film Festival of Guadalajara and the Guadalajara International Book Fair). It was also named as the American Capital of Culture due to the beauties located in the city: Hospicio Cabanas, the Degollado Theater, and several events. When in Guadalajara, visit the Museo Regional de Guadalajara, the Auditorio Telmex, the Estadio Jalisco, the Guadalajara Cathedral, the Templo Expiatorio del Santisimo Sacramento, and many more.

Panama City (Panama) – Panama City is the capital and the largest city of the Republic of Panama, located at the Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal. The city of Panama was founded in August of 1519, by Spanish conquistador Pedro Arias Davila. From then on, Panama City became an important city in the Latin Americas, and has been the country's center of commerce, trade, finance, education, arts, culture, and many others. When in Panama, visit the waterfront of Las Bovedas, the National Institute of Culture Building, the Cathedral at the Plaza de la Catedral, the National Theater of Panama, the Compania de Jesus, and many others.

Seoul (South Korea) – an emerging tourism destination and a technologically advanced city in East Asia, Seoul serves as the capital of the country of South Korea, now known for its vibrant pop culture and history as recorded in its many entertainment programs. When in Seoul, visit the Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty, the N. Seoul Tower, the Changdeok Palace, the Hwaseong Fortress, the 63 Building, Lotte World, and many others.

Hong Kong (special administrative district, China) – a special administrative district of China at the Pearl River Delta, Hong Kong has been, in the many years since its foundation, an important center of commerce, finance, and tourism. Dense infrastructure, a center of modern architecture, and one of the world's most vertical cities, Hong Kong is a highly developed from top down – from transport modes up to its many beautiful tourism sites. So when in Hong Kong, visit its primary tourism destinations including the various theme parks, the Hong Kong Space Museum, the Avenue of the Stars, the Mongkok Shopping district, and many others.

How to get out

The San Francisco International Airport is one of the United States' main international airports, serving flights to the locals and visitors of San Francisco in California. It is an international, domestic, intercontinental, and transpacific gateway; an important hub in the California province. Airlines that serve the airport include Philippine Airlines, United Airlines, Singapore Airlines, JetBlue Airways, KLM, Lufthansa, and many others.

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