Fall 2022

Travel is Back!

After two years of stops and starts, this summer was consistently busy at SFO with passenger and flight levels we haven’t seen since Summer 2019. Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, SFO welcomed 12 million passengers.

As we head into the fall season (which everyone in San Francisco knows is the real summer!), it certainly feels busy in the airport. The terminals are bustling, the parking garages are filling up, and almost all of our restaurants and stores are open for business. And, during the next few months, we're expecting to see increasing service, including some new routes.

Internationally, United will resume flights to Auckland and begin service to Brisbane, and Air India will resume service to Bangalore and launch service to Mumbai. Alaska will add seasonal service to Cancun, Mazatlán and Loreto. Domestically, Alaska, Frontier, JetBlue and United are resuming several routes. More details can be found in the table below.

Flight Arrivals

New and Returning Flights 2022

Visit our Flight Schedules to see available flights to your destination of choice!

Airline Destination Date Frequency

Kansas City / MCI

Omaha / OMA

Minneapolis / MSP

Ft. Lauderdale / FLL



Resume Sep 5

Resume Sep 5

Resume Sep 6

Resume Oct 31

Resume Oct 1

Oct 28

1x daily

1x daily

1x daily

1x daily

3x per week

3x per week

Ft. Lauderdale / FLL

Cancun / CUN

Loreto / LTO

Mazatlán / MZT

Resume Nov 18

Nov 18

Resume Dec 17

Resume Dec 17

1x daily

1x daily

1x per week

1x per week

Atlanta / ATL

Ontario / ONT

Resume Sep 7

Resume Sep 7

1x daily

1x daily



Resume Dec 2

Dec 15

3x per week

3x per week

Welcome Breeze Airways

Enter for a chance to win 20K Breeze Points

Our new airline, Breeze, now offers service to 5 new nonstop destinations from SFO: Charleston, Louisville, Provo, Richmond and San Bernardino. To celebrate, we're hosting the Breeze SFO Sweepstakes. Enter for your chance to win 20,000 BreezePoints ($200 value) toward your next trip!

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Happening at SFO

“SFO Celebrates” is the airport’s new entertainment and engagement series that brings the diversity and vibrancy of San Francisco’s neighborhoods and cultural events directly to guests in the terminals. The series features live music, dance, art and demonstrations.

From October 18 - November 10, we'll be celebrating Dia de Los Muertos and San Francisco's Mission District in Harvey Milk Terminal 1 with an art installation and live music. The installation features a traditional altar created by artists with the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (MCCLA). The artists were inspired by this year's theme: You Will Always Live in My Heart.

Previous SFO Celebrates events and exhibitions have included Music in Golden Gate Park, PRIDE, Cherry Blossom Festival and Lunar New Year.

Learn more

New stores in Harvey Milk Terminal 1

Welcome to the Neighborhood!

We’re celebrating four new concessions that recently opened in Harvey Milk Terminal 1!

Fireworks - Unique and fun gifts, paper products, jewelry and accessories. Located just past the security checkpoint.

Johnston & Murphy – An iconic purveyor of men's and women’s footwear, clothing and accessories. Located past the security checkpoint across from the iStore.

Proper Foods – A fresh take on take-away with delicious grab-and-go fare. Located near Gate B8, Proper Foods offers travelers freshly made sandwiches, salads, soups and seasonal Chef’s specials.

Ritual Coffee – A San Francisco original, Ritual Coffee offers espresso drinks, batch-brewed coffee, cold-pressed juices, local pastries, fresh salads and sandwiches, and more. Located just past the security checkpoint.

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Plane Spotter Spotlight

Meet Jamie Miller, a talented photographer who grew up in the North Bay.

How long have you been taking photos? I took my first pictures 40 years ago when I was 7 years old with my Fisher Price 110 film camera! At age 15, I talked my way into working at a local camera store and bought a Minolta X-700 with my first paycheck.

What is your photographic journey? I grew up in Marin County with grandparents that both worked for the railroad. I shot trains, planes, landscapes – everything.

Who are your inspirations? Ansel Adams; Richard Steinheimer, one of the most prominent railroad photographers in the world; Ted Benson, a railroad photographer who documented the people behind the scenes; and many aviation photographers on Instagram.

Why aviation? I’ve been battling a rare form of cancer since 2019, and aviation photography has been a big part of my recovery and healing process. When I wasn’t mobile, I watched a lot of aviation videos and followed photographers on Instagram. When I was strong enough, me and my wife Amy went to Bayfront Park nearly weekly and started plane spotting. I love the people we meet – they are from all walks of life.

The perfect planespotting day – The cold, clear days from January through March with great light angles. All I need is a mocha and lemon cake, and I enjoy the show on the 2-8s and the 1s.

Favorite cameras? I used to use a Nikon D7200 with a Tamron 70-300 lens. I just switched to a Canon Mirrorless R7 and Canon lenses.

Below: Jamie and his wife, Amy, at Bayfront Park.

Jamie on Instagram

Book Parking Online

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