San Francisco International Airport - SFO

Airport Overview

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is one of the largest and busiest airports in the United States, located approximately 13 miles south of downtown San Francisco, California. Established in 1927, SFO has grown into a major gateway to Asia and Europe, as well as across the Americas. The airport is well-regarded for its advanced environmental initiatives, architectural beauty, and strong commitment to cultural exhibits.

The airport encompasses four terminals, one international and three domestic, and features a host of passenger amenities that reflect the vibrant culture of the San Francisco Bay Area. These include a range of dining options, from fast food to high-end restaurants, and a variety of shops offering everything from luxury goods to travel essentials. SFO is also famous for its museum, the SFO Museum, which offers various exhibits on aviation history, art, and culture, making it the first of its kind in an airport to receive accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums.

San Francisco International Airport is a pioneer in sustainability, having implemented numerous green practices such as recycling and composting programs, water conservation measures, and the utilization of renewable energy sources. The airport's comprehensive efforts have set it apart as a leader in environmental responsibility among global airports. With ongoing developments and upgrades, SFO continues to enhance its facilities and services to better serve the growing number of passengers, ensuring a pleasant and efficient travel experience.




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