San Francisco Airfare Deals

The fares mentioned against San Francisco flight deals are for round-trip, non-warranted and subject to change. The airfares are based on historical data and might change at the time of bookings. All fares for air tickets to return San Francisco flights are inclusive of base fare, fuel surcharges, our service, and taxes as levied by the air careers.

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Types of San Francisco Flight Bookings Available

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San Francisco Airports

San Francisco International Airport (IATA: LAX) handles the majority of the air traffic to the city and the USA. The airport connects nonstop to 101 domestic and 85 international destinations in North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Oceania.

It has been identified as the sixth busiest commercial airport in the world and the third busiest in the United States. Also, domestic and international air traffic is served by a host of three airports, including Ontario International Airport, Bob Hope Airport, Long Beach Airport and John Wayne Airport of Orange County. The airport entertains travelers from around the world.

Top Domestic Destinations from San Francisco International Airport

(August 2016 – July 2017)
Rank City Carriers
1 Boston, Cancún, Chicago–O’Hare, Dallas–Love, Fort Lauderdale, Honolulu, Kahului, Las Vegas, New York–JFK, Newark, Orlando, Philadelphia, Portland (OR)  San Francisco, Washington–Dulles Virgin America

United Airlines

Spirit Airlines

2 San Francisco, California JetBlue, Southwest, United, Virgin America
3 Denver, Colorado Frontier, Southwest, Spirit, United
4 Seattle/Tacoma, Washington Alaska, Delta, Southwest, Spirit
5 Atlanta, Georgia Delta, Frontier, Southwest, Spirit
6 Chicago–O’Hare, Illinois American, Frontier, Spirit, United
7 Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas American, Spirit
8 New York–JFK, New York American, Delta, JetBlue, Virgin America
9 Phoenix–Sky Harbor, Arizona American, Southwest
10 Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota Delta, Southwest, Spirit, Sun Country

Top International Destinations from San Francisco International Airport

Rank City Carriers
1 Brisbane, Melbourne–Tullamarine, Sydney Qantas
2 Montreal, Calgary Air Canada Rouge
3 London – Heathrow, London -Gatwick (seasonal) British Airways
4 Barcelona,[59] Copenhagen, London–Gatwick, Oslo–Gardermoen, Paris–Charles de Gaulle, Rome–Fiumicino,[60] Stockholm–Arlanda Norwegian Air Shuttle
5 Mexico City Aeroméxico
6 Guadalajara, Mexico City Volaris
7 Manchester (UK); Seasonal: Glasgow, London–Stansted Thomas Cook Airlines
8 Monterrey Interjet
N/A Madrid Korean Air
N/A Rome Copa Airlines

Best Time to Visit San Francisco

Congrats! You don’t have to think much regarding the best time to visit San Francisco as the weather remains sunny all-round the year. The number of days of precipitation is limited to 35-40 on an average.

However, spring, that is, March through May, and fall, i.e., between September and November are considered as the best to visit San Francisco as the crowds are less oppressive. Thus, you can hope for the cheapest flight deals and lower hotel accommodation charges as well.  The average high temperatures during these months range from the low 50s to low 80s, which makes walking around and visiting outdoor attractions much more comfortable.

Top Things to Do In San Francisco for Families

San Francisco has plenty of hotspots for family vacations. A few we have listed here based on the feedback of travelers who booked San Francisco flights with us:

  • The California Academy of Sciences

    Explore the secret behind the evolution of life, civilization, art and science by visiting this one of the world’s largest natural history museums. Founded in 1853, the museum has got around 26 million specimens organized across different exhibit categories.

  • Presidio of San Francisco

    This is a multi-dimensional 1,500-acre park? So what does it mean? Well, the park is home to forested areas, miles of trails, a golf course, the Walt Disney Family Museum, eateries and businesses like Lucasfilm, with its Yoda Fountain. For any first time visitor, it would be hard to believe. Don’t just imagine,   rather make it happen with round-trip or one-way flight to San Francisco.

  • The San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge

    There are not many examples of civil engineering as the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge. It’s a   double-deck bridge. As per a record of local San Francisco authority, the bridge carries as many as 260,000 vehicles a day. Any guess about its master? Well, it was designed by Charles H. Purcell and put into shape by American Bridge Company. The upper deck is for automobile traffic, and the lower is for trucks and interurban streetcars.

Top Things to Do In San Francisco for Couples

  • Walk Across the Golden Gate Bridge

    What could be more romantic than walking across San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge (goldengatebridge.org)? On your 1.7 mile trek, you are going to have incredible views of the Pacific Ocean, San Francisco’s skyline, and Alcatraz Island. However, make sure you reach there in daylight. It stays open to pedestrians, wheelchairs, and bicyclists. You can’t afford to miss the perfect pic in the backdrop of the stunning beauty.

  • Dinner on Top of the Mark

    Take your partner to a romantic lunch. Situated atop Nob Hill on the 19th floor of the InterContinental Mark Hopkins hotel, the spot makes you both have the majestic feeling of being the king and queen of the world. As the sun descends, and night takes on the charge, the ambiance gets charged too with live entertainment. The external illumination caused by the city lightings compliments the romantic settings well.

  • Sunday Brunch at the Cliff House

    While the Top of the Mark gives you the incredible aerial views of the city, the Cliff House (cliffhouse.com) provides awe-inspiring vistas of the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy your brunch while watching the waves cuddling and playing with the rocks. It’s a famous place that often strikes the mind when it comes to the best romantic destinations in the world.  Whether you want to propose her or just want to let the hearts do the talking, Cliff House provides the sought-after opportunity in proximity to nature. Don’t miss to capture the romantic moments with your lens.

  • Conservatory of Flowers

    Stroll with your loved one through the Conservatory of Flowers that cultures and nurtures exotic species of flowers from around the globe. This glass and wood Victorian structure was crafted in 1878 to preserve the plant’s diversity. Luckily, it survived the 1906 earthquake. Well, the credit goes to its meticulous and caring staff that keeps on renovating the conservatory.

    Mentioning all the top attractions of San Francisco is beyond the scope of any travel journalism. The best way to learn is to experience it. So book your cheap airline ticket to San Francisco and embark on a grand vacation.