San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
A Yellow Cab of San Francisco International Airport can pick you up and deliver you to all parts of Silicon Valley. As the largest taxi cab referral service covering Silicon Valley and utilizing the latest GPS technology, we can ensure that the closest taxi cab to you, will receive your San Francisco International Airport taxi cab request, this results in dramatically shortening your wait time.
Yellow Cab of San Francisco International Airport is your fastest and safest taxi cab service broker in the San Francisco International Airport area. Do you care about our environment? Yellow Cab has over 120 affiliated Clean-Air taxi cabs to get you where you’re going.
Why Choose Yellow Cab?
- You can use carpool Lanes to help guarantee on-time airport arrival
- Save on parking fees
- Save time with loading zone drop off
- Save time with arrival zone pick ups
- Your personal vehicle is safe and secure at home
Did you know you are NOT REQUIRED to use the first cab in the taxi line? You may choose any cab available, so be sure to look for one of our affiliated cabs.
Let us help you get picked up at the San Francisco International Airport and deliver you to your destination safely and comfortably.
Airport Cab Service: requests should be made by calling our Dispatch center 24/7, 365 days at 408.777.7777 or 650.999.9999.
Airport Shuttle Service: Please call 408.286.3400
San Francisco International Airport (IATA: SFO, ICAO: KSFO, FAA LID: SFO) is a major international airport located 13 miles (21 km) south of downtown San Francisco, California, United States, near the cities of Millbrae and San Bruno in unincorporated San Mateo County. It is often referred to as SFO. The airport has flights to points throughout North America and is a major gateway to Europe and Asia.
It is the largest airport in the San Francisco Bay Area and the second busiest airport in California after Los Angeles International Airport. In 2009 San Francisco International Airport was the tenth busiest in the United States and the twentieth largest airport in the world, by passenger count. It is the fifth largest hub of United Airlines. It also serves as Virgin America’s principal base of operations. It is the sole maintenance hub of United Airlines. SFO has numerous passenger amenities, including a range of food and drink establishments, shopping, baggage storage, public showers, a medical clinic, and assistance for lost or stranded travelers and military personnel. It has the Louis A. Turpen Aviation Museum, the San Francisco Airport Commission Aviation Library, and permanent and temporary art exhibitions in several places in the terminals. Free Wi-Fi is available to the public in most of the terminal area.
A sample of things to see and do while you wait for your flight in the San Francisco International Airport.
Breathe out all your travel stresses in the serene yoga room in Terminal 2. This 150 sq-ft blue, dimly lit, hardwood-floored sanctuary is equipped with yoga mats and a mirror for your Zen session. Namaste.
(Subject to Change) Willow Willow playing in Terminal 2.
Take those earbuds off and bob your head to live jazz, pop or folk music. Featuring local artists, the “You Are Hear” program is offered on Fridays during the peak travel seasons of June to August and Thanksgiving (U.S.) to Dec 31.
Whether you have only enough time for a quick bite, or you’ve worked up an appetite from all the walking between exhibits, the variety of fresh food from local restaurants is sure to sate your cravings.
In Terminal 2, you can get fresh rotisserie chicken from Tyler Florence’s R&W Napa at Napa Farms Market and sample the Iron Chef Cora’s tapas and cocktails at Cat Cora.
Travellers can also sample the Bay Area’s fresh, local and sustainable cuisine at Lark Creek Grill.
The first accredited museum at an airport, SFO Museum entertains and educates through its library, galleries and exhibits, which cover a myriad of topics.
Aviation enthusiasts can nerd out in The San Francisco Airport Commission Aviation Library and Louis A. Turpen Aviation Museum, located in the International Terminal Main Hall. The collection includes artifacts, photographs and literature on commercial aviation history with a focus on the west coast and Pacific region.
If aviation history isn’t your thing, take a stroll through the many different exhibitions across all terminals. They feature everything from Italian motorcycles and portraits of marine invertebrates to ancient arts and pop culture.
The San Francisco International Airport is serviced by Yellow Cab of Silicon Valley which includes Yellow Cab and Checker Cab. Look for the large phone numbers 408-777-7777 OR 650-999-9999 to ensure you get the best cab ride to or from the San Francisco International Airport and around Silicon Valley.