From June 2020, flights from Europe to San Francisco International Airport will resume
It's official! San Francisco International Airport has announced the resumption of flights to Europe. Following the COVID-19 pandemic, San Francisco International Airport has not had flights to Europe since April 1, 2020. The airport is also waiting for an additional service to Japan.
From June 1, Swiss International Air Lines intends to resume flights from Zurich to San Francisco International Airport. Currently, a weekly frequency is scheduled, which will be operated with a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.
Flights from Europe to San Francisco International Airport will resume
From 16 June, Lufthansa intends to resume flights from Munich to San Francisco International Airport. 3 weekly frequencies are scheduled on the Munich - San Francisco route. The aircraft has not yet been established.
Please remember: all operational information is subject to change. Please consult the airline directly for the latest information on these flights.
Although these airlines resume limited services to the United States, all travel permits, entry restrictions and arrival screening procedures remain in place.
* The routes and flight schedules are established by the airline in accordance with the laws and restrictions imposed by the authorities in those countries. Depending on government decisions, flights may be canceled or postponed. Travel carefully and be well-informed about the rules of entry to your destination.
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