San Francisco is served by two major airports, San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
and Oakland International Airport (OAK). Both offer reasonably easy access to
the city to wine country north of San Francisco. The drive from either airport to Sonoma is approximately one and a half hours.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
SFO is served by a wide variety of major domestic and international airlines and also serves as a base of operations
for United Airlines. (Click here
for a complete list of airlines serving SFO) If you are looking for a non-stop cross-country or international flight, SFO
is probably your best bet.
Oakland International Airport (OAK)
Lowcost airlines Southwest, JetBlue
and Alaska fly into Oakland Airport. You can avoid driving through San Francisco if you fly into Oakland.
- The lastest in low-cost airlines with full in-flight entertainment. This airline has recently announced cross
country flights serving San Francisco International Airport (SFO). Direct connections are to New York (JFK), Boston, and Orlando.
Definitely worth a look.