Visiting The San Francisco Airport?

As the second-largest airport in California and the seventh-largest in the U.S., SFO Airport services about 58 million passengers each year. Take a look at this helpful airport guide to get you to the good stuff!

The Wag-Brigade (Dogs!)

In an effort to de-stress passengers, the airport launched the “Wag Brigade”. Look for trained dogs wearing vests that read “Pet Me!”.  You Can Find Their Instagram here.
Want to see more of the dogs? Look Here

We’ve Got A Pig Too!

You can find her here!

Bag storage
need to sleep in airport?
Pro Tip: there are padded benched in Terminal 2 near Baggage Claim #4 (post-security in arrivals). Each couch is big enough for two people, provided you like each other. Announcements are low, but bring a blanket.

Free WiFi is available at San Francisco Airport. Connect to the “#SFO FREE WIFI” network.
The service is available for 4 hours; however, if you accept the “terms and conditions” when prompted, you will continue to have free access.

Yoga Room – Relax or stretch in between flights at one of the airport’s yoga studios. The studios comes equipped with complimentary practice mats. Locations: Terminal 2, airside, Boarding Area D, adjacent to the Recompose Area • Terminal 3, airside, Boarding Area E, near Gate 69. Hours: 5:00AM – 11:00PM.

Wag Brigade – In an effort to de-stress passengers, the airport launched the “Wag Brigade”. Look for trained dogs wearing vests that read “Pet Me!”



San Francisco International Airport (SFO) has several unique features that set it apart from other airports:

  1. Art and Culture: SFO has an extensive collection of public art, including sculptures, murals, and installations. The airport has an Art Program that works with local artists to create pieces that reflect the culture and diversity of the Bay Area.
  2. Environmentally-friendly: SFO is committed to being an environmentally-friendly airport, with a goal to become carbon-neutral by 2021. The airport has implemented various initiatives such as recycling, composting, and using renewable energy sources.
  3. Food and Beverage: SFO is known for its wide variety of food and beverage options, including local restaurants and food trucks. The airport has an “Eat. Shop. Relax” program that offers a curated selection of local food and drink options.
  4. Innovation: SFO is home to the first-ever yoga room in an airport, and it offers several other unique amenities such as a pet relief area, breastfeeding pods and a children’s play area. The airport is constantly looking for ways to enhance the passenger experience.
  5. Accessibility: SFO is one of the most accessible airports in the country, with facilities and services for passengers with disabilities, including guide dogs, wheelchairs, and assistive listening devices. The airport also has a free shuttle service that provides transportation between terminals, parking lots, and rental car facilities for those with mobility issues.