SFO - San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco, CA, United States

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Latoyaa1
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4 years ago

Free WiFi, working desks with outlets and charging stations are all across the airport.

Latoyaa1
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4 years ago

Take a taxi to downtown and it will cost you 45 to 50 dollars.

Latoyaa1
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4 years ago

From 12-3 pm, the International Terminal, A gates and from 6 to 9 am. on weekdays, the domestic terminal checkpoints are extremely busy.

To avoid this, use the Terminal 3 and G-side International gates which connect to a a post-security corridor. The A-side International gates can only be accessed via security.

CLEAR lanes are available based on your airline as well...

Latoyaa1
1
4 years ago

Check out the museum program which features concurrent exhibitions in 20 galleries across the airport.

Bryant
1
4 years ago

If you're staying in San Francisco, consider the Oakland airport: it's far less crowded. If you're staying in Silicon Valley, the San Jose airport is likewise preferable. Neither of them have as many flights, of course.

Latoyaa1
0
4 years ago

If you are on layover, check out The Burlingame Museum of Pez Memorabilia just south of the airport and reachable by public transportation.

Latoyaa1
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4 years ago

Another great layover suggestion is Candlestick Point Recreation area which is a few minutes drive or Downtown San Francisco is 40 minutes away via BART .

Latoyaa1
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4 years ago

The most affordable way to get out of the airport is SamsTrans bus, to downtown San Francisco for $5. It takes 30 minutes. BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) goes downtown, for about $8. It takes 35 minutes.

Latoyaa1
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4 years ago

Valet parking in the domestic garage cost, $38/first 24 hours, $45 each additional 24 hours. Domestic garage, $36/day; international garage, $28/day.

Most affordable is the Long-term lot which cost $18/day.

Latoyaa1
0
4 years ago

There is a cell phone lot at 806 South Airport Blvd. which is Closed 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. It is equipped with a flight arrival information kiosk and a drink vending machine.

Latoyaa1
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4 years ago

There are multiple pet relief areas across the airport.

Latoyaa1
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4 years ago

Check out Andale Mexican at Terminals 2,3 and International terminal for some tasty cuisine.

Latoyaa1
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4 years ago

There is a medical clinic and showering facilities available at the airport.

Latoyaa1
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4 years ago

The Louis A. Turpen Aviation Museum located inside the International terminal is very interesting.

Latoyaa1
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4 years ago

If you need some good stretch to relax your mind and body, there are Yoga rooms in Terminals 2 and 3!

Latoyaa1
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4 years ago

We love our troops so there is a USO lounge set up at the airport.

Latoyaa1
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4 years ago

While you wait, you can be entertained by the seasonal live music programs.

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