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If you are arriving to Northern California through the San Francisco International Airport and you need to travel to other destinations within the United States, you will need to catch a domestic flight out of the San Francisco International Airport. Most domestic flights departing the San Francisco Airport are handled by United Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Virgin America, Alaska Airlines or Southwest Airlines. Catching a domestic flight to other cities within the United States will involve a transition from the International Flight Terminal to the Domestic Flight Terminal. If this is the case, you will want to give yourself a minimum of 2 hours "lay-over time" to make your connecting flight within the San Francisco International Airport.
The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is located in San Bruno which is about 13 miles (21 km) south of downtown San Francisco. The best way to travel from the San Francisco International Airport to the San Francisco city center is to take the San Francisco Airport Public Transportation System. If you are using the public transportation system you can take either the San Francisco Airport Shuttle or the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) light rail. The San Francisco Airport Bus departs every 15 minutes from the San Francisco International Airport and the ride takes about 20 - 30 minutes (depending on traffic). The BART light rail train is located in the International Terminal (Terminal 3) of the San Francisco Airport. BART departs Terminal 3 every 15 minutes and the ride from the Airport to the San Francisco city center takes 30 minutes. Depending on the time of day and traffic, the BART light rail is the fastest way to get from the San Francisco Airport to the center of downtown San Francisco. In addition to BART and the Airport Shuttle, taxis, sedan services and car rentals are all available at the San Francisco International Airport for your convenience.
Once you are in the city, take advantage of San Francisco's efficient transportation system which includes buses, cable cars, street cars, the Muni Metro and BART lines. As San Francisco occupies such a compact area, you can also walk to most destinations and see the sights while working off the delicious San Francisco food. If you are planning on traveling outside of San Francisco, or if you want to visit other cities within Northern California, you will probably want to hire a rental car. You can either rent a car at the San Francisco Airport or take a taxi into the city center, and rent a car at one of the many rental car offices in San Francisco.