Cheap flights to San Francisco
America's counter-culture capital is a magnet for hippies, hipsters and everyone in-between. San Francisco is no slouch in the iconic attractions stakes either, with the Golden Gate Bridge, and eerie tours of Alcatraz Island some of the top sights to see in the Bay Area. Whether you wear flowers in hair or sneakers for Silicon Valley, don't miss out on our cheap San Francisco airfares. And if you're a student, teacher or under 26, save even more with our exclusive Black Market Flights deals.
Flights from Australia to San Francisco disembark at San Francisco International Airport (SFO), which is located south of the city centre. To get from the airport to your accommodation and downtown San Francisco, the BART (Bay Area Rapid Transport) train will get you there in 30 minutes or you can catch a local bus or cab.
San Francisco Flights
Direct flights from Australia to San Francisco usually depart from Sydney and take around 13.5 hours. Flights from Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth will take longer due to one or more stopovers, which will most likely be in Australia, New Zealand or the USA. During the flight, airlines will usually provide a meal, and a drinks and snacks service as well as various in-flight entertainment options. For flight-specific services, check out our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to San Francisco
Major airlines that fly from Australia to San Francisco:
San Francisco Holiday Packages
Don't wait for an angel investor, make like a Silicon Valley start-up and save big by bundling your flights and accommodation together in a holiday package. At Student Flights, our travel consultants can arrange the best add-ons with personalised packages and holiday specials. From free hotel nights to complimentary breakfasts and all-inclusive tours, our San Francisco holiday packages are the perfect way to stay and play in the sun, surf and sand.
About San Francisco
San Fran is chock full of colourful local neighbourhoods, each with its own distinct flavour. The Mission District rocks a Latino vibe with vibrant murals, authentic eats and cultural cachet; The Castro is the city's gay friendly hub; and Haight-Ashbury is hippie central with roots in the Summer of Love and plenty of counter-culture credos still around. Check out the hairpin turns of crooked Lombard Street, see the sunbaking sea lions at Fisherman's Wharf, and make tracks up the steep streets on a historic cable car.
For the lowdown on all San Francisco has to offer, make sure you read our very own San Francisco Travel Guide. And, if you need some assistance putting together your ideal San Francisco holiday, call us for all the latest on airfares, accommodation, activities and tours.
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