|Best Price Found||$123||The best flight deal from Chicago to San Francisco found on momondo in the last 72 hours is $123|
|Fastest flight time||4h 29m||The fastest flight from Chicago to San Francisco takes 4h 29m.|
|Direct flights||Sa||Direct flights go from Chicago to San Francisco on Saturday. Airlines offering direct flights are: Gulf Air, American Airlines and British Airways.|
|Airports in San Francisco||1 airport||There is 1 airport near San Francisco: San Francisco (SFO)|
Pros: Cheap, you travel from point A to point B
Cons: They don't even serve water!
Cons: HORRIBLE SERVICE AND TREATMENT TOWARDS CUSTOMERS. NO INITIATIVE WHATS SO EVER TO TRULY HELP OUT CLIENTS. SPIRIT SHOULD LEAVE ECUADOR AND HAVE ROOM FOR BETTER COMPANIES
Pros: The check-in kiosk was easy to use.
Cons: Better bag drop process, smoother boarding process, and friendlier staff.
Pros: The crew went the extra mile to accomodate my bag due to not having a seat in front of me to stow it. Also, Delta Comfort was exceptional!
Pros: Flight attendant was very fun. It was her birthday and made the day fun for everyone.
Cons: Seats are always too close together - left to right and front to back. A sad reality that only improves for the well-to-do.
Pros: Crew and gate staff very helpful (see below).
Cons: I needed wheelchair assist at both ends. In each case I was waiting over 30 min. At the departure end there was a danger of missing the flight so one of the gate staff wheeled me, Amina was amazing. Another long wait at SFO. I spent almost as much time waiting for wheelchairs as I did on the flight!
Pros: Full flight, we got on smoothly and took off on time. The plane was clean and the pilots during abbouncekents were easy to understand and funny.
Cons: I had to wait over 1.5 hours to use the bathroom because of the food and drink carts. The flight attendant would not let me use first clsss and told me I had to wait. That was way to long to make someone wait.
Alaska Airlines and Delta have implemented additional safety measures to accommodate travelers. Airlines flying from Chicago to San Francisco are working to protect travelers. Some of these new policies include temperature checks, pre-flight testing, sanitization of key touchpoints, as well as mask requirements when onboard. Some airlines have even implemented socially distanced seating for a limited time. Policies will vary by airline.
Some of our partner airlines flying from Chicago to San Francisco are adopting new policies due to the global impact of COVID-19. Some of the airlines that may be waiving their cancellation fees are United Airlines, American Airlines, and Alaska Airlines. You can search for the full list of airlines like United Airlines that are offering this flexibility.