Who Flies Where

On October 16, Copa Airlines resumes nonstop service to Panama City

Asia, Central America, Europe, North America, the Middle East, India, and Oceania. Our partner airlines continue to provide service to points across the globe to help you get where you need to go. We look forward to more airlines resuming service soon, and to rebuilding the Bay Area's connections to the world.

Onward and Upward. 

Available and soon-to-come air service, updated October 13, 2021.* Please check with airline for latest information. Many other airlines serving SFO plan to resume service in the near future. Please visit our full list of airlines for website and contact information.

AirlineAvailable ServiceWebsite
Aer LingusService to Dublin tentatively resumes December 12.*Visit website ›
AeroMexicoService to Guadalajara and Mexico CityVisit website ›
Air CanadaService to Calgary, Montreal, Toronto & VancouverVisit website ›
Air FranceService to Paris/Charles de GaulleVisit website ›
Air IndiaService to Bangalore & DelhiVisit website ›
Alaska

International service: Puerto Vallarta & San Jose del Cabo. Launch
of new seasonal service to Cancun, Loreto, Mazatlan & Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo December 18. Domestic service. Service to Orlando will resume on November 19 while new service to Tampa will launch same date. Service to Ft. Lauderdale will resume December 16.

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AmericanDomestic serviceVisit website ›
ANAService to Tokyo/Haneda and Tokyo/NaritaVisit website ›
AsianaService to SeoulVisit website ›
AviancaService to San SalvadorVisit website ›
British AirwaysService to London HeathrowVisit website ›
Cathay PacificService to Hong KongVisit website ›
China AirlinesService to TaipeiVisit website ›
COPAService to Panama City tentatively resumes October 16.*Visit website ›
DeltaDomestic serviceVisit website ›
EmiratesService to DubaiVisit website ›
EVA AirService to TaipeiVisit website ›
Fiji AirwaysService to Nadi tentatively resumes December 2.*Visit website ›
FrenchbeeService to Pape'ete, Tahiti tentatively resumes November 3.* Service to Paris/Orly tentatively resumes November 4.*Visit website ›
FrontierDomestic serviceVisit website ›
HawaiianDomestic service to Honolulu and Kahululi/Maui.Visit website ›
JALService to both Tokyo/Narita and Tokyo/Haneda.Visit website ›
JetBlueInternational service: Cancun. Domestic service.Visit website ›
KLMService to AmsterdamVisit website ›
KoreanService to SeoulVisit website ›
LEVELService to BarcelonaVisit website ›
LufthansaService to Frankfurt and Munich Visit website ›
PhilippinesService to ManilaVisit website ›
Qatar AirwaysService to DohaVisit website ›
SASService to CopenhagenVisit website ›
SingaporeDaily non-stop service to Singapore. Service to Hong Kong (onward to Singapore) tentatively resumes November 2.*Visit website ›
SouthwestDomestic serviceVisit website ›
Sun CountryDomestic service including service to Honolulu.Visit website ›
SWISSService to ZurichVisit website ›
TAP Air PortugalService to LisbonVisit website ›
Turkish AirlinesService to IstanbulVisit website ›
United
(U.S. Domestic)
Domestic service includes Hawaiian Islands (Oahu/Maui/Hawaii/Kauai). New service to Bishop/Inyo County & Ft. Meyers launch December 16.Visit website ›
United
(Asia)

Nonstop service to Seoul, Taipei & Tokyo/Narita. One-stop
service to Shanghai via Seoul.

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United
(Central America)
Service to Liberia, Costa Rica Visit website ›
United
(Europe)
Service to Frankfurt, London/Heathrow & Munich. Service to Paris/CDG tentatively resumes December 1.*Visit website ›
United
(Middle East)
Service to Tel AvivVisit website ›
United
(North America-INTL)
Service to Canada: Daily Vancouver. Service to Mexico:
Cancun, Mexico City, Puerto Vallarta & San Jose del Cabo.
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United
(South Pacific)
Service to Pape'ete/Tahiti and Sydney.Visit website ›
United
(South Asia)
Daily service to DelhiVisit website ›
Virgin AtlanticService to London Heathrow  Visit website ›
WestJetService to Calgary and VancouverVisit website ›

* Service subject to change without notice.

** Pending government approval.