San Francisco, the fourth most populous city in California, bustles with people and famous landmarks. The Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, and Coit Tower are just some of the attractions to be seen by flying into the city’s main hub, the San Francisco International Airport.
British Airways (BA) offers San Francisco flights from London Heathrow Airport at a budget price. Travellers enjoy a 31-inch seat pitch with lumbar support and adjustable headrest on economy flights, along with blockbuster movies and three-course meals. Through the BA Price Promise, tourists get a refund if they find a lower-priced BA flight on another UK website.
Virgin Atlantic also flies to San Francisco from London Heathrow Airport. Economy flights include standard amenities such as free meals, drinks, and an amenity kit. Premium economy flights, meanwhile, feature more legroom, a pre-flight drink, in-seat laptop power, personal television screen, and adjustable headrests and leg-rests.
Get to San Francisco from Manchester on Paris-based Air France. Delta Air Lines-operated flights leave from Manchester International Airport to Atlanta, USA, and then take off for the San Francisco International Airport. Winged headrests and seats that recline up to 118 degrees provide comfort during the flight, while touch-screen monitors with interactive games and audio/video on-demand keep travellers entertained.
If you’re coming from Dublin, the best way to fly to San Francisco is with Aer Lingus, Ireland’s flag carrier. Low-cost rates come with free meals and drinks, in-flight entertainment, and 32-inch seat pitch in economy flights.