Flights from Virgin America | Virgin Flights
 

Just a moment, please.

Maps

FAQS

Q: When will Virgin America move into Terminal 2?
A: April 14, 2011.

Q: When will Virgin America flights start arriving and departing from Terminal 2?
A: April 14, 2011.

Q: Where do I drop off travelers for their flight?
A: As of April 14, the new Virgin America ticket counter will be located in Terminal 2. All flights will depart from Terminal 2. Flights from Mexico arrive in the International Terminal, but all other arrivals will be found in Terminal 2.

Q: Which gates will Virgin America use?
A: As of April 14, Virgin America will use gates 50-54B for all departures (Mexico included) and domestic arrivals. For Mexico arrivals, Virgin America will continue to use gates in the International Terminal, which includes Concourses A and G.

Q: Where are Virgin America check-in kiosks and counters?
A: As of April 14, all check-in kiosks and counters will be in boarding area D in Terminal 2 and Virgin America will offer convenient boarding-pass-only kiosks adjacent to the security checkpoint.

Q: Where will Mexico flights arrive and depart?
A: As of April 14, flights arriving from Mexico will arrive in the International Terminal, which includes Concourses A and G. All other arrivals and departures (Mexico included) will be from Terminal 2.

Q: How do I get between the International Terminal and T2?
A: The best option is to take the AirTrain between the two terminals. Please follow signage in each terminal to the closest AirTrain station.

Q: Will Virgin America be offering Curbside Baggage Drop?
A: As of April 14, Virgin America will offer Curbside Baggage Drop for guests who have already checked in online and have their Boarding Pass. Curbside Baggage will be available from 5:15 am – 8:00 pm.

Q: How do I get to SFO and T2?
A: We recommend passengers take public transit whenever possible—and there are plenty of options to choose from. BART rapid rail connects SFO to San Mateo County, San Francisco and the East Bay. Caltrain commuter rail also serves SFO (transfer at Millbrae to BART). SamTrans buses link SFO to San Mateo County, San Francisco and Palo Alto. For car rentals, SFO’s Rental Car Center is a convenient location for both pick-up and drop-off, and is served by the AirTrain automated people mover. Other transportation options for SFO include airporter buses, pre-arranged vans and shared-ride vans, taxis, limousines and charter bus operators.

Q: Where do I park at SFO to visit T2?
A: The most convenient place to park is Domestic Parking Garage, a 5-level facility located, for your convenience, in the center of the airport. With short and easy access tunnels to all the terminals, this garage is an ideal place to park for business and leisure passengers traveling on a short trip or for those coming to pick up arriving domestic passengers. To access the facility, follow the Domestic Terminal signs under the International Terminal and then follow the “hourly” parking signs to the entrance. Upon arrival in the garage, please park in section “D” for easiest access to the terminal.

About Terminal 2

In 2008 SFO started a $383 million project to renovate Terminal 2 into a state-of-the-art domestic terminal. Three years later, we’re proud to open up shop in a space that’s fresh, innovative, and expertly designed (much like our planes). The new Terminal 2 (T2) brings you:

  • ✈ 12 restaurants, 9 retail stores, and a gourmet marketplace with a wine bar and spa
  • ✈ A pedestrian bridge to AirTrain, which connects to Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
  • ✈ Major works and exhibitions of public art in partnership with the San Francisco Arts Commission
  • ✈ Sustainable features, including paperless ticketing and preferential parking for hybrid cars
  • ✈ An anticipated LEED® Gold Certification
  • ✈ The first airport dining program in the country to recruit food vendors offering healthfully-prepared local fare
  • Learn More

Photo Gallery

Environmental Sustainablity

SFO’s Terminal 2 renovation project focused on sustainability, giving you a new terminal that’s as green as it is beautiful. Check out T2’s sustainable design features:

LEED Gold Certification – The T2 Renovation Project is projected to achieve Gold Certification under the US Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program. The innovative sustainable elements will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by an estimated 1,667 tons per year.

Waste Reduction Program – Contractors recycled an impressive 90% of construction and demolition debris. Ongoing source separation of all recyclable solid waste will enable the attainment of 75% recycling by 2010 and 90% recycling by 2020.

Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Initiatives – T2’s design includes a number of measures to reduce the carbon footprint of the terminal, including Preconditioned (PC) Air and power supply to all aircraft, energy efficient lighting and efficient machinery, and reuse of substantial portions of the existing building.

Concessions Program – The airport expects its food and beverage tenants to provide sustainable food to the greatest extent possible.

Concessions

Forget the food court. The Terminal 2 concessions give travelers a real taste of San Francisco with Bay Area shopping, great local food, and a sleek, open space to enjoy it in.

T2 Concessions include:

  • ✈ 12 restaurants and a retail street with a gourmet market, wine bar, bookstore, spa, museum store, art exhibits, and specialty retail stores
  • ✈ A “club room” feel to the dining and passenger waiting areas with blended spaces, plenty of seating options, and children’s play areas
  • ✈ A fresh, sophisticated San Francisco focus in all retail shops
  • ✈ Emphasis on sustainable food in all restaurants
  • Learn More

The Art of T2

The remodeling of Terminal 2 gave the Arts Commission two exciting opportunities: to commission new and dynamic work by great local and national artists, and to re–install important work by leading local, national, and international artists from the Airport’s collection. The Airport and Arts Commission partnered to commission three large signature artworks for the Terminal’s glass façade, entry lobby mezzanine area, and the post–security area, and two more interactive artworks for the children’s play areas.

  • Kendall Buster - Topograph

    Artist: Kendall Buster
    Richmond, VA

    Title: Topograph, 2011

  • Janet Echelman - Every Beating Second

    Artist: Janet Echelman
    New York

    Title: Every Beating Second, 2011

    Photographer: Bruce Damonte
    courtesy San Francisco Arts
    Commission

  • Charles Sowers - Butterfly Wall

    Artist: Charles Sowers
    San Francisco, CA

    Title: Butterfly Wall, 2011

Where We Fly Get Deals and Offers Fares To Fly By
Our Frequent Flyer Program
What's Elevate? Earn Points
Wanna book a flight?
Departing
Click to view calendar
Returning
Click to view calendar
Adult(s)
Child (2-14)
Departing
Click to view calendar
Adult(s)
Child (2-14)
FLIGHT 1:
Departing
Click to view calendar
FLIGHT 2:
Departing
Click to view calendar
Adult(s)
Child (2-14)
Display in:
Dollars Points
Promo Code: 
Search Flights
Our Blog Our Airline Partners © Virgin America