Our data suggests that currently, the cheapest flights from San Francisco are being offered by Alaska Airlines, Undisclosed Carrier, and American Airlines. For example, Alaska Airlines flights from San Francisco to Ontario, start at $23, Undisclosed Carrier flights from San Francisco to Los Angeles cost around $27, and American Airlines flights from San Francisco to Dallas Love Field Airport are around $30.
Currently, the cheapest flight from San Francisco found by our users is for $24 to Las Vegas. Prices will vary according to several factors such as the departure date and time, but on average you can expect to pay around $377 to travel from San Francisco to Las Vegas.
New York, Los Angeles and New York John F Kennedy Intl Airport are currently the destinations served most frequently from San Francisco, with 137, 116 and 88 flights per day on average, respectively.
Airlines including American Airlines, Delta and Air Canada frequently fly from San Francisco. You can view other airlines by performing a quick search in the form above.
If you are looking for a cheap first class flight, consider flights to San Diego, for which the starting price of a first class seat can be as low as $100.
Prices for flights from San Francisco Airport refresh daily.
The number of operators available for flights from San Francisco Airport is 92 as of December 2023.
The minimum age for a child to fly alone is five, but airlines that offer an unaccompanied minor (UNMR) service may have their own age limitations. Flight duration, scheduling, and layovers are among the considerations that may influence age limits. We recommend that you double-check with the airline you are booking with for travel from San Francisco Airport.
The necessary travel and health documents for your San Francisco Airport trip may vary depending on your travel plans and individual circumstances. Generally, you should have various documents, such as a national ID card or driver's license and a passport that is valid for six months beyond your scheduled arrival date. We recommend seeking advice from your airline or a trusted third party, such as IATA.