Find Cheap Flights from Las Vegas Mccarran to San Francisco International
Flight information Las Vegas Mccarran to San Francisco International
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Travellers on flights from Las Vegas to San Francisco can select from a range of nonstop flights with Virgin America, JetBlue Airways, United, or Alaskan Airlines any day of the week. There are one-stop flights available with Delta or American Airlines that include a layover at Los Angeles International. JetBlue occasionally offers flights with one stop in Long Beach, California.
Terminal Information for McCarran International Airport
McCarran International Airport is about 15 minutes from downtown. Las Vegas to San Francisco flights usually leave from either Terminal 1 (American Airlines and Delta flights) or from Terminal 3 (Alaska, JetBlue, Virgin America, or United flights). Shuttles run every 12-15 minutes between the two terminals in Las Vegas McCarran. Both terminals feature convenient check-in, duty-free shopping, and dining facilities. Meal options include Baja Fresh Express, California Pizza Kitchen, Carl's Jr., or Cinnabon, among others.
McCarran International created a Fly Fit! program to encourage fliers to walk designated paths before departure. The airport also has an Aviation Museum and an area for children to play.
Terminal Information for San Francisco International Airport
Flights to San Francisco from Las Vegas will arrive at Terminals 1, 2, or 3, depending on the airline. While at the airport, visitors might run into a member of the Wag Brigade, a group of trained dogs (and one pig!) certified through the Animal Assisted Therapy Program who wander the airport to make travel a bit more enjoyable for everyone. Keep an eye out for their "Pet Me!" vests.
The AirTrain runs through the entire airport to help visitors navigate the terminals. Shops at San Francisco International include Coach, Burberry, InMotion Entertainment, and several spa facilities for a more convenient layover. San Francisco International has the Sam Trans Public Bus Service and the BART Rapid Trail available to and from the airport, and the Caltrain Commuter Trail runs every hour to get visitors from the airport into the city proper.
What You Need to Know
Before heading to the airport, fliers should check the flight status to make sure the airplane is on time. When entering the TSA checkpoint, a valid photo ID (passport for international flights) and a boarding pass are required. Travellers should arrive about two hours before the scheduled departure to clear security and board on time. It is best to dress smart and leave jewelry containing metal in the suitcases. Carry-ons should never be left unattended, and they should always be tagged with the owner's name on the inside and out. Passengers should avoid putting wrapped presents in luggage.
What to Expect in San Francisco
There is no time change between Las Vegas and San Francisco. The weather, however, varies greatly. Las Vegas is dry all year-round and hot in the summer. In San Francisco, winters get cold, so pack according to the seasons when flying to Northern California. The average price for a taxi from the airport into town is about CA$67, but a BART ticket costs only US$20 (CA$26.78). As for things to do, Fisherman's Wharf is a classic travel destination. Visitors can catch tour boats to Alcatraz or stay on the mainland and try some delights at Ghirardelli On-the-Go or have a full meal with local offerings at Bistro Boudin.
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