Airport Terminal Maps
Do you know your specific departure or arrival terminal at San Francisco Airport? Select it from the list of terminal maps below, and use the interactive map to find all available amenities, and even navigate to them, or to another terminal if you're connecting at the airport.
Airport Terminal Layout
SFO Airport (SFO) has 4 terminals: International Terminal, Terminal 1, Terminal 2, and Terminal 3. The International Terminal is located at the north side of the airport, while the other terminals are located at the south side. Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 are connected, while Terminal 3 is located across the airport roadway.
Overview of Terminals
The International Terminal at SFO is the largest terminal and serves international airlines such as Air France, British Airways, and Emirates. It also has amenities like duty-free shops, restaurants, and lounges. Terminal 1 is home to Southwest Airlines and JetBlue, while Terminal 2 serves American Airlines and Virgin America. Terminal 3 is used by United Airlines and has recently undergone renovations to improve the passenger experience.
Getting Between Terminals
If you need to transfer between terminals at SFO, there are several options available. AirTrain is a free automated people mover system that connects all terminals, parking garages, and the rental car center. It runs 24/7 and takes about 10 minutes to travel between terminals. There is also a shuttle bus service called the Blue Line that connects the International Terminal with Terminal 3. If you have a connecting flight, be sure to check your itinerary and allow enough time to transfer between terminals.
Food, Shops & Services
The airport is known for its wide range of food and shopping options. With four terminals, there are plenty of amenities to keep travelers entertained and well-fed.
Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 offer a variety of dining options, from fast food chains to sit-down restaurants. Terminal 3 is home to a food court with options for every taste bud, including Mexican, Italian, and Asian cuisine. The International Terminal boasts a selection of international cuisine, including sushi, dim sum, and Mediterranean fare. No matter what terminal you're in, you're sure to find something delicious to eat.
When it comes to shopping, San Francisco International Airport has something for everyone. From luxury brands like Gucci and Burberry to more affordable options like The Body Shop and Sunglass Hut, there are plenty of stores to peruse. Terminal 2 even has a branch of the beloved San Francisco-based bookstore, Book Passage. And if you're in need of some last-minute travel essentials, there are several convenience stores and newsstands throughout the airport.