Good to know. Thanks!
The Complete Infinite Flight Guide to San Francisco International Airport
SFO is packed today! This guide can help if you have any realism or efficiency queries.
In one hour, IFATC will transition from schedules to regions. Due to SFO’s popularity, it will most likely be staffed at least once or twice a day. Please use this guide if needed!
Update: The LDA PRM Approach Plate for KSFO has been removed from websites like SkyVector and FlightAware; however, the RNAV (GPS) X Approach Plate still exists.
Great topic on my home airport of SFO! However I believe this should be updated, seeing as some tenants have moved and the new Pier B gates are open
I do believe Breeze Airways started flying from terminal 2 along with Alaska and Delta
Air Canada also moved to T2 (D gates) but Delta remains in Concourse C
For that matter, United is also using gates in Terminal 2 for domestic flights. They don’t have check-in T2 (that’s in T3), but it is definitely being utilized with the T2-T3 connector post-security.
Oh, and I just realized it’s missing Condor, Air Transat, Vietnam Airlines, Frenchbee, and Flair too.
Haven’t been online in a while, I apologize for the lack of updates. Will start work on these fixes soon. Thanks for all the feedback!
No problem! Thank you so much for starting to update the guide!
Btw, a lot of pilots use ‘cross runway 1L/R’ when taxiing via A.
Not really needed as there are blast deflectors behind 1L and there are no departures when someone’s taxiing to the 28’s via A and L towards F. They will line up and wait untill you’re clear of their blast path.
Thank you making this guide, its so helpful
@Mukundan_Srivatsa the ksfo airport is currently getting a redo in IF, you can find the topic below. Just thought I let you know incase you have to change anything on this topic.
Hey, sorry for the very very late response. Not sure why, but I can’t seem to edit the original post anymore. I will try to figure out the issue and make the changes to keep the guide accurate as soon as possible. Thank you for letting me know!
Try editing it now.
Am proud to say that I’ve had the chance to experience this back in 2019!