|Best Price Found||$182||The best flight deal from San Francisco to Orlando found on momondo in the last 72 hours is $182|
|Fastest flight time||5h 26m||The fastest flight from San Francisco to Orlando takes 5h 26m|
|Direct flights||Sat||Direct flights go from San Francisco to Orlando on Saturday. The only airline offering direct flights is JetBlue.|
|Airports in Orlando||2 airports||There are 2 airports near Orlando: Orlando (MCO), Orlando Sanford Intl (SFB)|
The cheapest time of year to fly to Orlando from San Francisco is August. Most expensive is December
The cheapest day of the week is typically Tuesday. The most expensive is typically Sunday
in the afternoon
San Francisco to Orlando flights are approximately 39% more expensive at noon than in the afternoon
American Airlines, Delta, and Frontier are the most popular carriers operating from San Francisco to Orlando
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Pros: Well, it was not very comfortable and we were delayed for an hour. And a crew member was sick.
Cons: Mostly everything.
Pros: Captains are amazing! Reached earlier than expected
Pros: The flight wasn't full which is always nice and they served full size cans which is also a nice little note.
Cons: The plane was pretty old and people just started sitting wherever. It was chaos as my wife and I sat in our assigned seating and just watched people wander like animals.
Pros: Delayed flight no reasons seems like American Airlines don’t know what to do in these situations
Cons: I believe this airlines should have figured the answer to this question by now.
Pros: Everything! From ticketing agent to all the crew on our flight back were awesome. Thank you!
Cons: Wouldn't let us on the flight when there was plenty of time to get there. Manager was arrogant and slow - didn't care. Poor policies at that airport.
Pros: Quick boarding. Inexpensive ticket. Direct flight.
Cons: Crew walked thru cabin at least 5 times collecting garbage, but could not hand out sealed snack or sealed water. People sat should-to-shoulder - No buffer space, but asked to leave the plane with 6 foot intervals???? This airline picks and chooses their Covid precautions. Quick and inexpensive flight, if you don’t mind the rest.
Pros: The crew in the plane was good and the fly was good.
Cons: Boarding crew in front desk was not too friendly and could have used better words to communicate. Seen I was waiting for 20min before realizing that my gate was changed after check in. I approached the lady in the front desk to see if it was time to get my seats assigned. The lady in the front desk asked me in Spanish if I new English seen I was speaking Spanish to her I really don’t get why me knowing English had to do with me getting my seats. Also I went to gat 7 cuz that’s the gate I printed out 1hr before my fly but had to run to gate 3 cuz JetBlue changed gate seen 7am but couldn’t change it on the check in printouts/information (does that even make sense). Finally the answering service is a lottery you have to pray you get someone nice(and I hate to say this cuz I’m Puerto Rican but we can be so rude in customer service). You can tell from the accent a person has where they from and every time I get a Central American person they are so nice but when you get a Puerto Rican person they can be so rude and almost always you get nothing answer or done. This particular time before my flight I call to get my seat cuz when I flew to PR and almost always I call 24hr before my flight and get my seats assign free of charge. Not this time the customer rep answered and I tell her that I’m calling to get my seats and she answers you can do that when you check in, I tell her that I try but I’m being charged to get them and that in my previous flight the girl said to call 24hr before this flight and I could get them assigned free of charge (which was true cuz I had call for my fly going to PR and the girl also said it too) and the customer rep said well it probably cuz is not 24hr before yet. I told the rep yes it is I’m currently on my way to the airport but I want to get them before I get to the airport and the rep answers well you can do it when you get there (mind you I’ve been on hold waiting for almost 2hr that’s why I’m on my way to the airport cuz I usually do it 5-6hr before my flight but the answering service has been very busy) I tell her that I’m trying to save some time and get them before I get to the airport and the rep said well I can’t help you cuz we can’t give you seat on the phone you have to do it when you check in or wait until you get to the airport and they’ll give you your seats. It’s very frustrating that there’s people like this and they are from the same birthplace as you. So sad!
Airlines such as Alaska Airlines have taken additional precautions to make sure you’re safer while traveling. Usage of HEPA filters, scheduled sanitation, enhanced cleaning of aircrafts, pre-flight testing, and mask policies are some of the implemented practices made by airlines to help keep you safe as you depart from San Francisco to Orlando. Keep in mind that policies will vary by airline.
Due to the global impact of COVID-19, some of our airline partners operating flights from San Francisco to Orlando, such as United Airlines, Alaska Airlines, and American Airlines may have put in place flexible cancellation policies. Use our site to search for all of the airlines offering this flexibility to you.