|Best Price Found||$800||The best flight deal from Pakistan to San Francisco found on momondo in the last 72 hours is $800|
|Fastest flight time||21h 15m||The fastest flight from Pakistan to San Francisco takes 21h 15m|
|Direct flights||None||There are no direct flights from Pakistan to San Francisco. Popular non-direct routes for this connection are Islamabad Intl Airport - San Francisco Airport, Lahore Airport - San Francisco Airport and Karachi Quaid-E-Azam Intl Airport - San Francisco Airport.|
|Airports in San Francisco||1 airport||There is 1 airport near San Francisco: San Francisco (SFO)|
Air China, American Airlines, and China Southern are the most popular carriers operating from Pakistan to San Francisco
Karachi Quaid-E-Azam Intl - San Francisco
Fly from Karachi Quaid-E-Azam Intl to San Francisco for the best Pakistan - San Francisco flight prices
Flight attendant for first class is definitely not a morning person. Oh and the WiFi DID NOT WORK!
Pros: The cabin crews professional, kind, and helpful attitude all the time during the flight.
Cons: 1- The boarding, was very late as well as the departure. 2- The captain’s departing and landing technique, I had a feeling the plane was going to dismantle due to his harsh landing!. 3- The food’s quality.
Pros: Food - Free dinners even for economy class. Entertainment - Every seat has a TV that offers multiple languages and tons of blockbuster movies from a variety of genres. They also offer many television shows in multiple languages and genres and video games. Roomy- The seats are as non-roomy as any airplane. However, the flight attendants don't give you any trouble when you want to just get up and walk around and talk to people. It gives the plane a roomy atmosphere. You can go to spacier sections of the plane to hang out.
I had a senior citizen travelling with me in business class while I was travelling in Economy. The return trip from Chicago was okay. However, the ground crew need proper training and need to ensure proper handling of passengers who have special needs. There were two people who needed wheel chair access including my mom. While they got a wheel chair for a person whose travels ended in Abu Dhabi, they did not accomodate for my mom who needed wheel chair access as well. They wanted her to walk instead. They made a big deal in providing wheel chair access to her and only provided the wheel chair once we strongly complained about it. This was also an issue as the plane was not connected via a jetway and was connected with stair cases. They were informed previously that my mom needed wheel chair access through out her trip. It was just a general lack of planning on Etihad's part. The flight was delayed due to technical issues as well and we left 30 minutes late. In addition, my mom was requested the Asian Meal and she was informed that the Asian Meal was not requested in business class. This was deplorable as she was unable to eat much on the flight from Abu Dhabi to Chicago. All in all, the business class experience was not great and would consider other airlines who could do a better job in handling special requests. The departure flight from Chicago was a different experience and the crew on the oubound flight from Chicago was extremely helpful and provided food choices that my mom enjoyed. That was thee epectation from Etihad on our return. However, the ground crew and the in-flight crew were more mediocre in providing the service. My mom did not sleep well on the flight as well and did not have much appreciation for the in-flight entertainment. For a business class expereince, the expectations were higher. However, the experience turned out to be more mediocre.
Smooth trip with excellent service.
To ease the stress of booking flights, some of our airline partners flying from Pakistan to San Francisco are responding to the global pandemic. The following airlines may have a flexible cancellation policy to help accommodate travelers: Emirates, Turkish Airlines, and Air China.
Etihad Airways has implemented additional safety measures to accommodate travelers. Many airlines flying from Pakistan to San Francisco are offering enhanced cleaning of their aircraft. Additional policies include pre-flight testing for COVID-19-related symptoms and antibodies. Masks are also required and are provided to travelers. Some airlines are offering socially-distanced seating for a limited time. Policies will vary by airline so keep this in mind as you search for options.