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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 $61 and $31 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*
LAX Oakland May 24 - May 26 $61
LAX San Francisco Jun 28 - Jun 28 $72
LAX San Jose Jun 14 - Jun 16 $94
SEA San Francisco Jun 9 - Jun 11 $113
SEA San Jose Jul 13 - Jul 20 $113
LGA Oakland Jul 13 - Jul 20 $216
BOS Oakland Aug 11 - Aug 16 $227
ORD San Francisco Aug 10 - Aug 17 $266
BOS San Jose May 18 - May 24 $269
JFK San Jose Jul 19 - Aug 2 $277
BOS San Francisco Jul 14 - Jul 21 $283
PVG San Francisco Jun 1 - Jul 14 $1,060
PEK San Francisco Jun 18 - Aug 23 $1,091
CTU San Francisco Jul 17 - Aug 6 $1,258
CAN San Francisco Jul 1 - Jul 22 $2,938
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LAX Oakland May 16 - May 17 $86
LAX San Francisco May 15 - May 20 $121
SEA Oakland May 15 - May 18 $161
SEA San Francisco May 16 - May 18 $161
SEA San Jose May 15 - May 16 $176
LAX San Jose May 14 - May 16 $184
ORD Oakland May 14 - May 19 $272
BOS San Jose May 14 - May 24 $295
JFK San Francisco May 16 - May 23 $361
ORD San Jose May 15 - May 22 $370
JFK San Jose May 14 - May 23 $374
JFK Oakland May 16 - May 21 $417
BOS San Francisco May 14 - May 17 $419
BOS Oakland May 14 - May 17 $448
PVG San Francisco May 16 - Jun 30 $2,649
*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 SFO Flight Information

Traveling toSan Francisco SFO
Lowest Price$61
Number of Airlines Serving1
Airlines ServingSpirit Airlines, Frontier Airlines
Number of Daily Flights1
Airlines with Direct FlightsSouthwest Airlines

FAQs about San Francisco Flights

Can I catch a flight to San Francisco at the moment?

The Covid-19 Travel Advisor is a convenient place to find all the latest info about travel restrictions and quarantine requirements for passengers flying in to San Francisco.

Which airlines fly to San Francisco?

Arranging your flight to San Francisco? Currently, there are 10 airlines that frequent this city. Book a seat on one of these reputable carriers:

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

When looking up flights to and from San Francisco, consider all available options. With several airports to choose from, the price of your tickets may differ depending on which one you select. Here are the busiest:

  • San Jose, CA Airport (SJC-Norman Y. Mineta San Jose Intl.) – 40 mi from downtown
  • OAK – 12 mi from downtown
  • San Carlos, CA Airport (SQL) – 22 mi from downtown
Where to stay in San Francisco

Vacationing in San Francisco is always a good idea, particularly when you have 3,775 exceptional accommodations to select from through Travelocity. The getaway of your dreams is yours in a couple of clicks!

After a long day of sightseeing, nothing beats returning 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 luxury properties to check out here. On the other hand, you don't go on vacation to stay in your room all week. If you want a more economical option, try the Hotel Stratford or the Union Square Plaza Hotel.

There's nothing more exciting than being so close to a phenomenal sight. Luckily, the Hotel Zephyr San Francisco and the Wharf Inn are both within walking distance of Pier 39. Book now and secure your favorite one!

Places to visit in San Francisco

With a multitude of renowned attractions in San Francisco, it'd be sensible to take some comfy footwear. First and foremost on your list should be an outing to Lombard Street, and Pier 39. After that, you might want to crank up the pace a notch as you shouldn't leave without stopping by University of San Francisco, and Palace of Fine Arts.

Serious sightseers should check out Westfield San Francisco Centre, and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Need more things to see in this bustling city? TransAmerica Pyramid, and Asian Art Museum of San Francisco will keep you busy.

Add a taste of the arts to your vacation by attending a play at Orpheum Theater. Like some more options? San Francisco City Hall will definitely be of interest to visitors fascinated by the history of the area. This civic building is well worth taking the time to see. But that's not all. You can't miss out on attending a concert at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium! Don't forget to buy your tickets in advance.

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

If you like the idea of spending more time at the airport bar and less time moving through security on your way to San Francisco, follow these practical tips:

  • Keep your boarding pass and travel ID somewhere handy. They'll be the first things you'll be told to produce by airport security personnel.
  • It's helpful to know that belts with metal buckles can set off the body scanner's alarms. If you're wearing one, you may be told to place it in a tray before continuing.
  • Everyday electronics such as laptops, tablets and phones are always put through the X-ray machine separately. Make sure they're within easy reach.
  • When it comes to flying with liquids or gels, each passenger is permitted a quart-sized clear zip-lock bag to store containers no larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters).
  • Undo your shoelaces in preparation for entering the body scanner. Depending on what sort of shoes you're wearing, security may instruct you to take them off.
  • Pack any multi-tools or other pointy metal items in your checked luggage. Security personnel don't permit these in carry-on baggage.

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.