San Francisco International Airport (IATA: SFO, ICAO: KSFO, FAA LID: SFO) is an international airport 13 miles south of downtown San Francisco. Located near the cities of Millbrae and San Bruno in San Mateo County, its the largest airport in Northern California. SFO is the second-busiest airport in California after LAX. In 2017, it was the seventh-busiest airport in the U.S.
A single FBO is in operation, Signature Flight Support. The private terminal is located on the along the water on the North Access Road. They offer complete services including ramp access for passengers, plane fueling, rental cars, and limousines, valet parking and more.
The airport covers 5,207 acres at an elevation of 13.1 feet. San Francisco is well known for weather and fog delays due to low ceilings reducing aircraft visibility.
There are four asphalt runways, arranged in two intersecting sets of parallels. The two longest runways are more than 11,000 feet in length and can handle the largest planes.
- Runway 10L/28R: 11,870 ft × 200 ft, Category III ILS and DME equipped and approved GPS approaches.
- Runway 10R/28L: 11,381 ft × 200 ft Surface: Asphalt ILS and DME equipped with approved GPS approaches.
- Runway 1L/19R: 7,650 ft × 200 ft, with approved GPS approaches.
- Runway 1R/19L: 8,650 ft × 200 ft, ILS and DME, equipped and has approved GPS and VOR approaches.