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4:46 am - 6:03 amSFO-SAN
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1:22 pm - 7:59 pmSAN-SFO
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6:17 pm - 5:04 amSFO-SAN
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6:37 am - 11:04 amSFO-SAN
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2:38 am - 7:22 amSAN-SFO
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$90Multiple Airlines
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2:35 pm - 3:50 pmSFO-SAN
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3:00 am - 8:29 amSAN-SFO
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$93Multiple Airlines
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Wed, Nov 29 - Sat, Dec 9
2:00 am - 2:45 amSFO-SAN
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9:45 am - 11:25 amSAN-SFO
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$139United Airlines
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Mon, Oct 30 - Tue, Oct 31
2:39 am - 1:14 amSFO-SAN
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3:40 pm - 5:16 pmSAN-SFO
1h 36mnonstop
$148United Airlines
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2:35 pm - 4:38 pmSFO-SAN
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2:15 am - 5:50 amSAN-SFO
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1:00 am - 2:54 amSFO-SAN
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1:15 am - 4:44 amSAN-SFO
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Sun, Dec 3 - Wed, Dec 6
6:35 am - 5:13 amSFO-SAN
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4:20 am - 6:05 amSAN-SFO
1h 45mnonstop
$178Alaska Airlines
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Thu, Nov 16 - Sun, Nov 19
5:25 am - 4:03 amSFO-SAN
1h 38mnonstop
9:45 am - 3:55 pmSAN-SFO
6h 10m1 stop
$196Alaska Airlines
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Flight from San Francisco to San Diego

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Top tips for finding a cheap flight from SFO to San Diego

  • Looking for a cheap flight? 25% of our users found flights on this route for $99 or less one-way and $164 or less round-trip.
  • The cheapest flight from San Francisco to San Diego was found 35 days before departure, on average.
  • Book at least 2 weeks before departure in order to get a below-average price.
  • High season is considered to be March, April and May. The cheapest month to fly is January.
  • Morning departure is around 7% cheaper than an evening flight, on average*.
  • Several airlines run multiple lounges at San Francisco International Airport (SFO). Such lounges include American Airlines Admirals Club and Delta Sky Club. Those who’ll be flying United Airlines will operate through Terminal 3, and they can find their lounge in Concourse F (inside security). These lounges are accessible to any traveler provided they agree to pay for a day pass.
  • San Francisco International Airport (SFO) features four passenger terminals. There’s a separate International Terminal that is delinked from the other three domestic terminals. AirTrain makes inter-terminal movement easier, as it makes regular departures every 5-15min. Also, travelers can use the walkways if they’re not in a hurry and want to burn some calories.
  • Travelers whose flights are scheduled for the early morning should consider passing a night in one of the many hotels adjacent to SFO. Usually, these establishments offer courtesy shuttles to drop their clients at their respective departure terminals. Therefore, plan and reserve a room at the Aloft San Francisco Airport to get to the airport in time, hassle-free.
  • Families traveling from San Francisco International Airport (SFO) to San Diego International Airport (SAN) with their kids will be keen to know that SFO features rooms where moms can pump and breastfeed in privacy. These suites are situated in Terminal 3, near gates E5, F4 and F16. Also, there are sockets, sinks and chairs at your disposal.
  • Travelers who leave behind their cars before their voyage from SFO to San Diego International Airport (SAN) will have an easy time dropping them off. There are expansive parking garages, all linked to the terminals by AirTrain Blue Line. This service operates regularly every 5-15min.
  • Enjoy non-stop flights from San Francisco to San Diego with Alaska, Southwest, or United Airlines. These flights take off throughout both the day and evening and last about an hour and a half. You will depart from San Francisco International Airport and will land at San Diego International Airport.
  • Parking at San Francisco International Airport is abundant. There is long-term parking found both in a garage and lot. Parking costs around $25 per day and includes express entry and exit. Shuttle service to airport terminals is also provided 24/7.
  • Along with food and shopping, San Francisco International Airport offers a number of cultural and educational opportunities. Learn about the history of the airport through exhibits in international terminal hall. You might also read a book in the Christian Science Reading Room (Terminal 1, near Gate 40) or watch a short film in the screening room which is also in the international terminal hall.
  • San Diego International Airport, or SAN, is conveniently located off of I-5. It is a short drive from outdoor attractions like Windansea Beach and La Jolla Caves, and than 10 minutes from Petco Park (home of the San Diego Padres) and the downtown area.
  • Getting to downtown or other communities in San Diego from the airport is quite convenient via Bus Route 992. It is only a 10-minute ride and the bus will pick you up just outside of baggage claim. If you don’t want to use public transportation, there are a number of transportation companies that provide shuttle service from the airport -- simply catch a shuttle at Transportation Plaza in either Terminal 1 or 2.
*Average of the lowest prices shown in KAYAK’s search results for departures within the next 30 days

FAQs for booking flights from San Francisco to San Diego

  • How can I move between the terminals at San Diego International Airport (SAN)?

    San Diego International Airport (SAN) features two terminals located side-by-side. Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 are connected to each other by pedestrian walkways. You can reach the Commuter Terminal from T1 by proceeding east on the sidewalk along Airport Terminal Road. Still, there are free shuttles between the parking areas, Terminal 1, and Terminal 2 running every 5-15min, 24/7.

  • Are there artworks at San Diego International Airport (SAN)?

    When you arrive at San Diego International Airport (SAN) from San Francisco International Airport (SFO), take time and marvel at the impressive artwork in Terminal 2, pre-security. The public art collection consists of subtle interventions and dramatic gestures. Various artists take part in planning and designing these beautiful pieces of art, which are thoughtfully integrated into the airport environment.

  • Which airlines allow pets in the cabin?

    Some carriers such as American Airlines allow travelers to bring their four-legged friends on board when flying from SFO to SAN. Usually, cats and dogs are the standard pets allowed in the cabin. However, you must restrain them in their cages throughout the flight.

  • Which family-friendly amenities are at San Diego International Airport (SAN)?

    Lactating and nursing moms arriving at San Diego International Airport (SAN) have dedicated suites for them to pump and breastfeed in privacy. They’re located after security in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.

  • What if I just want to relax? Is there a quiet room at San Francisco International Airport?

    Sometimes you just want a little solitude before getting on your flight. While waiting on your flight from San Francisco to San Diego, visit SFO’s yoga room in Terminal 2 where you can meditate, stretch, and exercise. There are also a number of lounges in the airport including the Delta Sky Club, United Club, and both the Admiral and Centurion Clubs (by American Express).

  • What restaurants are close to the San Francisco International Airport?

    Around the airport are a number of great restaurants for dining. Within a couple of miles is a sushi spot (Zen Sushi Bistro), a steakhouse (Hangar Steak), and a Benihana. If you prefer something quick, consider Wendy’s on Gateway Boulevard, Hana Hawaiian Barbecue on San Mateo Avenue, or McDonald’s on Airport Boulevard.

  • Are there hotels close to the San Diego International Airport?

    If you’re only in town 2-3 days, you might want to just stay at or around the airport. Staying close to the airport is also convenient when you have a very early morning flight. There are several hotels less than a mile from the airport, including the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Holiday Inn Express.

  • Is it easy to get around the San Diego International Airport?

    Getting around SAN is not too difficult. The airport offers a simple design which includes three terminals. Terminal 1 houses Southwest, Frontier, and Allegiant Airlines. There are also numerous restaurants here for passengers such as Ciao Gourmet Market, Einstein Bros. Bagels, and Emerald Express. British Airways, jetBlue, and Alaska Airlines are all located in Terminal 2. It also offers passengers a variety of dining options from Bubbles Seafood and Wine Bar to the California Pizza Kitchen. A shuttle is easily accessible and makes it convenient to get from one terminal to the other.

  • How long does a flight from San Francisco to San Diego take?

    The average nonstop flight takes 1h 25m, covering a distance of 446 miles.

  • How many flights are there between San Francisco and San Diego?

    There are 786 (nonstop) flights between San Francisco and San Diego per week, averaging 112 per day.

  • Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from San Francisco to San Diego?

    In the last 72 hours, the best return deals on flights connecting San Francisco to San Diego were found on Frontier ($81) and United Airlines ($139). Frontier proposed the cheapest one-way flight at $41.

  • Do I need a passport to fly between San Francisco and San Diego?


  • Which airlines fly most frequently between San Francisco and San Diego?

    Air Canada connects San Francisco to San Diego up to 14 flights per day, followed by Virgin Australia (14 flights per day), and Alaska Airlines (13 flights per day). However, there are also other airlines serving flights from SFO to San Diego.

  • What’s the cheapest day of the week to fly from San Francisco to San Diego?

    When flying from San Francisco to San Diego, you should consider leaving on a Wednesday and avoid Thursdays if you are looking for the best rates. For your return to San Francisco, you’ll find the best rates on Wednesdays and the most expensive ones on Sundays.

  • Which airports will I be using when flying from San Francisco to San Diego?

    San Francisco airport is called San Francisco SFO and the only airport in San Diego is San Diego SAN.

  • What’s the earliest departure time from San Francisco to San Diego?

    The earliest flight leaves San Francisco at 6:05 am and lands in San Diego at 7:35 am.

  • What’s the latest departure time from San Francisco to San Diego?

    The last flight leaves San Francisco at 10:23 pm and lands in San Diego at 11:59 pm.

  • Which airlines fly nonstop between San Francisco and San Diego?

    All the following airlines operate direct flights between San Francisco and San Diego: Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Fiji Airways, Iberia, Japan Airlines, Lufthansa, SWISS, ANA, Air New Zealand, Asiana Airlines, Qantas Airways, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, United Airlines, Virgin Australia, and Southwest.

  • Which airlines offer Wi-Fi service onboard planes from San Francisco to San Diego?

    Delta, JetBlue, and American Airlines offer inflight Wi-Fi service on the San Francisco to San Diego flight route.

  • Which aircraft models fly most regularly from San Francisco to San Diego?

    The Boeing 737-800 is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the San Francisco to San Diego flight route.

  • Which airline alliances offer flights from San Francisco to San Diego?

    Star Alliance, and oneworld are the airline alliances operating flights between San Francisco and San Diego, with oneworld being the most commonly used for this route.

  • On which days can I fly direct from San Francisco to San Diego?

    There are nonstop flights from San Francisco to San Diego on a daily basis.

  • Which is the best airline for flights from San Francisco to San Diego, Alaska Airlines or Delta?

    The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from San Francisco to San Diego are Alaska Airlines and Delta. With an average price for the route of $258 and an overall rating of 8.3, Alaska Airlines is the most popular choice. Delta is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of $197 and an overall rating of 7.9.

  • Which airlines have a flexible cancellation policy for flights from San Francisco to San Diego due to COVID-19?

    Alaska Airlines, Air Canada and United Airlines have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from San Francisco to San Diego. Confirm policies on booking site.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights from San Francisco to San Diego?

    KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from San Francisco to San Diego.

  • How does KAYAK's flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy my flight ticket from San Francisco to San Diego?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to San Diego from San Francisco is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

  • What is the Hacker Fare option on flights from San Francisco to San Diego?

    Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional round-trip ticket. You could then fly to San Diego with an airline and back to San Francisco with another airline. Booking your flights between San Francisco and SAN can sometimes prove cheaper using this method.

  • What is KAYAK's "flexible dates" feature and why should I care when looking for a flight from San Francisco to San Diego?

    Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to San Diego from San Francisco up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

Top 4 airlines serving from San Francisco to San Diego

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Alaska AirlinesOverall score based on 29451 reviews
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Cons: "I was not notified that my card was declined and this caused a ton of delays"
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Cons: "I was not notified that my card was declined and this caused a ton of delays"
Pros: "I sat between two people who were lovely to talk with, but were much larger than me and i felt squished in between them. I felt pretty claustrophobic. Note to self, to choose window or isle."
Cons: "longer seats."
Pros: "I liked the mood lighting, the spacious area under the seat in front of my aisle seat, the choice in movies, and that every seat had a screen."
Cons: "The takeoff and landing were smooth except that the plane felt like it was fishtailing a bit. Otherwise, it was great!"
Pros: "Crew great. Leg room better then I have seen on other flights."
Cons: "Can we go back to the virgin way!!!! Charge me more in the overall price for a seat. It feels like such a scam. I booked with my boyfriend and I can’t pick seats. Then when we get to airport I have a seat but he doesn’t. Then we don’t sit together. With United if you have the card you can pick."
Cons: "A little more food on the 4+ hour flight. Otherwise a great experience!!"
Pros: "I'm an aviation enthusiast. It was the plane I liked..."
Cons: "Nothing that Alaska Air could have fixed."
Pros: "Crew was super nice and plane was quite empty"
Cons: "Take off got delayed (not in Alaska Airlines' control though), but all in all a very pleasant flight."
Pros: "Crew was friendly and fun. Seats were roomy with plenty of leg room."
Cons: "No soap in bathroom stall. Told crew who tried to correct it but it was broken. Boo..."
Cons: "Flight attendant was on phone rather than greeting customers as we deplaned."
Pros: "Half of the flight was empty. I asked of I could move to the row behind. I was told that was premium seating and I didn’t pay for that. I didn’t appreciate being addressed like that. And did ot really matter when nonoe is sitting there or plenty of other seats."
Cons: "She could have just let me sit there. I should have been told that the seat didn’t recline when the ticket was pirchase."
Pros: "Clean!"
Cons: "Closed captioning or subtitling didn’t work on the app."
Pros: "The boarding was fast and the flight was Short. Can’t say much about the food since the flight took only about over an hour. The crews were nice and friendly."
Cons: "The flight was delayed."
Cons: "A very rude boarding agent insulted a young man from another country who was boarding in front of me. He misunderstood that they wanted him to check his luggage instead of carry it on. The agent yelled at him and shamed him in front of other passengers. United strikes again!! Seriously folks, you suck!"
Pros: "Nothing"
Cons: "Customer Service was poor Complete disregard for customer UA need to work with airport personnel to move luggage faster, especially for international travelers who have connecting flights. Ended up missing my connecting flight after waiting 1 hour for my luggage"
Cons: "My 10:00 p.m. flight was canceled so I had to spend the night trying to sleep in the airport. Have you ever had to do that? Not fun."
Pros: "Boarding was very easy , no long line , trip was on time ."
Pros: "The girl next to me was kinda cute"
Cons: "Nothing the airline can fix, just slow passengers. Maybe allow the more experienced flyer to sit up front so we can get off the plane faster"
Cons: "Leg room and seats are way too tight and uncomfortable and I am on the thinner side. Can imagine how hard for larger people. Really cringe at having to pay for check in luggage as very used to Southwest's 2 free."
Pros: "Nothing"
Cons: "Worst flight I've ever had... stayed on the runway for 45 min and didn't say one word to the passengers"
Pros: "I was concerned about my carry on !I the lady at the counter told me I will be fine,and let me preboard ! This helped me with my anxiety !! Flight was delayed , waiting for other passengers! we were informed in a timely manner!"
Pros: "Price was right and my golf clubs arrived without incident."
Cons: "Flight was delayed over 1 hour with little explanation."
Cons: "Flight was delayed by almost two hours so I missed the flight from Denver to Charlotte. Because of the way this flight was sold to us and booked through Kiwi.com, there was nothing that could be done to get me on another flight. The only option was to wait for a Frontier flight which wasn't available until Monday morning. I had to book another flight on a different airline at a cost of $600."
Cons: "Negative leg room, Hugh bag fees that were not stated in the original purchase"
Cons: "Flight was delayed 6 hrs while other flights to Denver kept taking off"
Cons: "Absolutely one of the top worst flights I have ever taken in 26 years of flying. I honestly wanted to give them a shot. But between out rages bag fees, horrible boarding practices, and disruptive behavior It was terrible."
Cons: "The flight was delayed and we got a notification from google, but when we called Frontier, they said it was on time. And when we reached the airport they said, its been delayed. It caused a lot of inconvenience. Very unprofessional."
Pros: "Flight time"
Cons: "My flight was delayed twice, so I arrived an hour before my departure. I could not check in online because of the flight delay. When I went online to check in, I kept receiving "error" messages. Once I arrived at the airport there was a long line of people waiting to check in. NO ONE was using the check in kiosks for the same reason they could not check in online. As a customer, I expect to have the availablility of resources when checking in online. This is how I always check in. Your technical issues is irresponsible on Frontier's end. When I was finally greeted by the agent, she said that there was 41 minutes until departure and that I could not check in my bags. I asked if I could put my bag onto another flight. She said that after 9/11, they do not allow passengers to board flights without their bags. I asked to speak to her manager. She tried calling the manager who was not picking up her phone. After she got ahold of the manager, it took her ten minutes to come down. I asked Frontier's manager, Brehona why it took her ten minutes. She was immediately offended and rude. she did not even try to assist me. She told me I needed to rebook and could not waive a $99 booking fee. This was a lie. I called Frontier's customer service to at least have the $99 fee waived because it was not my fault I did not make the flight. I was on time. In comparison, I have been in a similiar situation (with a different and much better airline) where the manager was where she was supposed to be, which was behind the counter actually doing her job managing. The other airlines manager was able to go outside and contact other people to get my bags onto the flight. With Frontier's manager, she made zero effort to assist me. On top of that, she notated on my account that she was not removing the $99 fee. This fee IS waivable, especially under the circumstances that I was in: my flight was delayed twice, I missed the cut off time by two minutes and that time increased due to the manager's behavior and untimelines responses to her employees. because the Frontier's manager Brehona made that notation, I could not have the fee waived because they do not override decisions of other managers. I had to book a new flight and pay the $99 fee. I confronted Brehona and told her that the fee is refundable and customer service was going to refund me if it were not for Brehona's notation. She lied that she did not make that notation. I told her that I knew she did. She admitted to it then went crazy and said I cannot get on my second flight that I just booked!!! She called security to try to kick me out. Of course I wasn't kicked out of the airport because I didn't violate any laws. Brehona provided me with bad service, created a hostile environment for me and was going on a power trip harassing me and refusing me flights. I called Frontier's customer service and they told me that my flight was non-refundable. Worst experience of my life. I will never fly with Frontier again!"
Pros: "Unable to check in on line (as is recommended). Customer service would not allow callin check in. Check in machine at airport would not allow checkin. Counter person unable to process checkin, initially. At first denied I had a seat. Later found my seat. Seats were beyond comfortable. No room, if instructed to lower head for impact (anticipate law suite)."
Pros: "The crew was great, captain explains what's happening which I find rare these days (what flight path, when to go to bathroom because descent will start etc) but on a more than 5 hour flight from Florida to California, would be nice to have a free beverage served instead of the only option is to buy one and that's not even clear."
Cons: "No entertainment on flight or way to get food or drink that is obvious."
Cons: "A seat in row 4 should be able to be reclined. That's ridiculous for a cross country flight."
Pros: "No service issues. Our seats were arranged so the family was together for no charge. We were given a bottle of water to mix baby formula for no charge."
Cons: "Hard seats"
Pros: "On time and safe, and low cost. What more could you want?"
Cons: "No food, no entertainment (as expected). OK for budget airline."
Pros: "Wide aisle"
Cons: "Pilot forgot paper work and added 1 hour to our flight"
Pros: "Boarding was fast. Takeoff was not bad given weather conditions. Landing was super smooth."
Pros: "The airline canceled the first flight so the entire trip got canceled as well."
Pros: "Everything!!! Super impressed!"
Cons: "That I had to leave the amazing experience and go on vacation. :("
Pros: "No way to contact wheelchair assistance when being dropped of to begin flight. Waited 30 minuted for a wheelchair. Had to ask Amer.Air agent for help. Other airlines are far more attentive. Seats need 2 more inches, felt squished. Very costly baggage policy, charge for carry- ons."
Pros: "Airfare is cheap."
Cons: "Flights are cheap because this company nickel-and-dimes you to death on everything else. Luggage cost extra, carry-ons cost extra, soft drinks and WATER cost extra, and I was forced to pay extra for my "upgraded" seats because I didn't hop on and choose the very limited "free" seats fast enough - and my knees were jammed up against the seat in front of me (I'm 5'6"). The boarding process from the San Jose del Cabo airport was a JOKE - complete charlie foxtrot. There were so many announcements on the loudspeaker that no one knew what was going on and the whole "boarding zones" concept flew out the window and everybody rushed to the line all at once. Never flying Spirit again if I can help it."
Pros: "Having a lot of option for a lot of things in a more fair prose."
Cons: "Everything. Everything like the places are with qualities, the car is perfect our flight was so nice what can I say. Just perfect"
Cons: "You have to pay for half glass of water?!!! Unfriendly crew"

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