San Francisco USA Flight to San Francisco
San Francisco airport serves many destinations in different countries. It hosts both domestic flights, although the latter are likely to use smaller airports, or international routes. Among long-distanced domestic ones are Air Canada (Calgary, Montréal, Toronto-Pearson, Vancouver), AirTran Airways (Atlanta, Indianapolis), Alaska airlines (seasonal), Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Portland (OR), San Diego, Seattle/Tacoma, Vancouver), Continental Airlines (Cleveland, Houston-Intercontinental, Newark), US Airways (Charlotte, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh).
International airlines, landing in highly-praised ultramodern International Terminal include Air France (Paris-Charles de Gaulle), British Airways (London-Heathrow), Cathay Pacific (Hong Kong), China Airlines (Taipei-Taiwan Taoyuan), KLM Royal Dutch airlines (Amsterdam), Virgin Atlantic (London-Heathrow), Lufthansa (Frankfurt, Munich). In fact, all the major routes are covered.
Oakland International airport is smaller, with only two terminals, but it has already proven to be a popular alternative to the crammed SF International. It offers lower fares and is more suitable for private aviation. The construction of airport began in 1927, simultaneously with SF International. It was the departure point of several historic flights, including first transcontinental attempts. During the WW II it served military aviation, in 1980s became one of the major freight airports, and nowadays competes with SF International in passenger traffic.
It is located 4 miles from the city of Oakland, thus having convenient location for the access to ground transport routes. Among the airlines served are Aloha Airlines (Honolulu, Kahului, Kona, Las Vegas), JetBlue Airways (Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Long Beach, New York-JFK, Washington-Dulles), Southwest Airlines with many international routes, US Airways.