San Francisco International Airport boasts with facilities it provides for passengers. Providing first-class facilities is an important aspect of the SFO customer service concept.
One of the most distinctive features of SFO has been implementing the program of SFO museums. Often there are several rotating art exhibitions at different terminals of SFO for passengers to enjoy while they wait for the flight or before their departure.
San Francisco International Airport’s terminals offer a wide variety of dining experiences for anyone willing to grab a quick bite at fast food joints or grab a hot cup of coffee at Starbucks, as well for those who want to experience full-service restaurants. Most popular venues include 1300 on Filmore, Amoura Café, Amy’s Drive-Thru, Boudin Bakery, Bourbon Pub, Burger Joint, Burger King, and many others. For additional information and exact address of these venues, visit SFO website at https://www.flysfo.com/shop-dine-relax/dining
Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 also provide the place called Kids’s Spots for kids to have fun before their departure, while adults can head to Yoga rooms.
Lost and Found
Those customers who lose their personal belongings while being at SFO can inquire about their items and Lost and Found departments at their respective terminals. For information about Lost and Found items, please, head for information booths.
Services for passengers with special needs
San Francisco International Airport also places great importance on providing service that is accessible and friendly for people with a wheelchair or other special needs. Passengers are advised to inform their airlines about their condition before the flight. All airport parking facilities are equipped with parking spaces for vehicles driven by persons with special needs. When arriving at the airport, travelers with special needs are advised to approach an airline representative for assistance.
Domestic terminals 1, 2, and 3 can be approached at curbside and check-in areas. For International terminal, please, proceed to your airline’s counter, or you can dial 1-6207 from specially marked phones which are placed at all terminal doors.
Service animals are allowed at all locations in the airport.