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The flight-table lists fares for flights from Mexico City to San Francisco. Fares are based on a recent trend, are non-warranted and subject to change. The fares comprise base fare, fuel surcharges, airline/airport taxes, and our service fee.
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Top Airports in Mexico City, Mexico
1. Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX / MMMX)
You may find a nonstop flight from San Francisco International Airport to MEX with Air Canada, Air New Zealand, United Airlines, Aero Mexico, Delta Airlines, and Virgin Atlantic. MEX is the nearest major airport located 11 km from the center of Mexico City. The airport is recognized as the busiest airport by passenger traffic and aircraft movements in Mexico and Latin America.
2. Licenciado Adolfo López Mateos International Airport (TLC / MMTO)
TLC has international and domestic flights from Toluca, Mexico and is 64 km from Mexico City, Mexico. There are two terminals. Popular airlines operating from the airport are Interjet and VivaAerobus.
Top Airports in San Francisco
1. San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
San Francisco International Airport (IATA: SFO, ICAO: KSFO) is an international airport. Its location is 13 miles (21 km) south of downtown San Francisco, California, near Millbrae and San Bruno in unincorporated San Mateo County. Nonstop flights to Mexico City are available from SFO with popular carriers including American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Aeromexico.
2. Oakland International Airport (OAK)
Oakland International Airport (IATA: OAK, ICAO: KOAK) is an international airport in Oakland. A 10-mile drive to the south of Downtown Oakland takes you to Oakland International Airport (OAK). Nonstop flights between Oakland International Airport and Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX) are available with Volaris.
How Much Time Does a Flight from Mexico City to San Francisco?
The flight time from Mexico City to San Francisco is 4 hours and 16 minutes, and the distance is 1,886 miles/3036 km. Remember, it doesn’t include take-off, landing and layover time. For your reference, we have listed the flight distance and flight time for a pair of few departure and arrival airports.
|Flight||Flight Distance||Flight Time|
|MEX to SFO||1,881 Miles/3027 km||4 hours 16 minutes|
|MEX to OAK||1,878 Miles/3023 km||4 hours 15 minutes|
|TLC to SFO||1,864 Miles/3000 km||4 hours 14 minutes|
|TLC to OAK||1,861 Miles/2996 km||4 hours 13 minutes|
Note: The flight distance and time are for a nonstop flight (excluding any layover). The actual distance and time might vary, and are non-warranted. Check with your airlines to know precise information.
How to Book a Low Cost Flight from Mexico City to San Francisco?
Empowering you with the world’s best travel technology, Cheapfaremart helps you compare San Francisco fares with different low-cost or full-service airlines. However, some proven travel tips can make a difference to your savings on air ticket purchase.
1. Time of booking
Most of the GDS (global distribution system) platforms that airlines and agencies use to help their customers find flights and confirm flight reservations get renewed with new fares by mid-night. Try to book your flight after that to find the cheapest air travel deal.
2. Time of departure
Late night or red-eye flight could help you save more. Flights departing late night, after 9 or 10 are less preferred and same goes the case with early morning flights because not many travelers would consider traveling at this time.
3. Time of the year
Skipping the festival times, the winter season, starting from November and ending with March, could be the cheapest time to visit San Francisco. The credit goes to frequent showers and downpours.