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|Flights Depart from:||San Francisco|
|Flights arrive in:||London|
|Airlines:||Austrian Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, KLM, British Airways|
Direct San Francisco to London flights depart every day. Firms operating flights on this popular route include British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Delta and United Airlines and there are 6 departures from Monday to Saturday, and 5 on Sunday. The earliest departure will generally be at 4:40 p.m., with a slightly later first plane on Sundays. The latest departure time will be just after 10 p.m. In all cases, the journey time between San Francisco and London will be 10 hours and 30 minutes.
All San Francisco to London flights depart from San Francisco International Airport (SFO). From the centre of town, San Mateo County and locations on the East Bay, the best way to reach the airport is via the BART train connection which departs from Millbrae station. There is also a regular bus service that is provided by SamTrans and runs 24 hours every day. Look for bus routes KX, 292, 397 and 398, which all stop directly outside the departures terminal. For larger parties and those in a rush, taxis and minibuses will be the best option.
London is endlessly exciting - with theatres, music venues, sports arenas and a huge array of museums to visit. You could spend a week touring the British Museum alone, while the National Gallery and the Tate Modern have masterpieces from all corners of the globe. All direct San Francisco to London flights arrive at Heathrow Airport. Heathrow is a few kilometres to the west of the city centre, but is well connected to central London via the Heathrow Express rail service, which takes about 15 minutes to reach Paddington station. Visitors can also take the Piccadilly Line of London's Tube network, or take National Express buses to the city centre.