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After we receive confirmed payment, we will send you your booking voucher with instructions on where the driver will meet you for your pickup, and local emergency contact numbers in case of any issues.
You'll be picked up on-time, every time, or we will not only refund your transfer, we will also give you a $100 voucher to use for any future transfers.
Prices are fully inclusive of local taxes, tolls and gratuity, and cancellations are 100% refundable when at least 48 hours notice is provided
Every single one of our transfers is 100% carbon offset.
Changes to your booking are easy and completely free of charge.
San Francisco International Airport
The San Francisco International Airport is located in the San Mateo County of California, USA. Only 21 kilometers from the city centre of San Francisco, the airport is the main point of entry to the city. It is the 2nd busiest airport in California, only next to the Los Angeles International Airport in terms of passengers handled in a year. In 2012, the San Francisco Airport handled over 44 million passengers and over 400,000 aircraft operations.
The airport's origins began in 1927 when 150 acres of land was acquired for an airfield. By 1954, a central passenger terminal was opened, leading to increased passenger use of the airport. There are currently 4 runways at the airport, catering to several domestic and international airlines and over 50 destinations to cities worldwide.
The airport is operated by the San Francisco Airport Commission and serves as the hub for United Airlines and Virgin America.
The airport has been making special efforts to ensure passengers' experience at the airport is enjoyable. Going far beyond the ordinary, the airport wants itself to be a destination in and of itself, offering facilities that exceed the expectation of all passengers, airlines and stakeholders.
There are currently 4 terminals: Terminal 1 is called the South Terminal, which was opened in 1963; Terminal 2 is the Central Terminal, which is the original building constructed in 1954 and serves as the airport's main terminal; Terminal 3 is the North Terminal, opened in 1979; and the International Terminal which opened in 2000, serving as the largest international terminal in North America. The International Terminal is also the biggest building in the world to be built on base isolators that protect it from the strongest of earthquakes.
There are countless facilities that offer products and services to passengers with the utmost quality. For relaxation, the airport provides several spas and saunas, the world's 1st Yoga Room in an airport found in Terminal 2 and even a reflection or meditation room. You can also avail of shower facilities in case you stay for the night to wait for an early flight and need to wash off. The airport also supports modern art with its museum, galleries and countless artworks displayed all over the terminals.
If you're travelling with the whole family, there are places where your infant or toddler can get a nap with the nursery, baby changing areas and kids' play areas. You can also avail of DVD players and movie rentals. Restaurants with menus for kids are also offered.
For business and VIP passengers, valet parking is offered at the airport, as well as a Business Centre and several VIP lounges for a more private and comfortable place to wait for flights.
There are so many choices for modes of transportation to choose from at the airport. The AirTrain is free and passengers can take this to get from one terminal to another. You can also take a bus to the BART rail station located at the parking garage of the international terminal. There are several buses, taxis, hotel shuttles and limousine services available at the airport, which are easily available.
Start off your stay in San Francisco by arranging for a San Francisco airport transfer to take you to the city using eco-friendly transportation. All our airport transfer vehicles are eco-vehicles, reflecting our commitment to achieving zero to very low carbon emissions.