IATA Code: BA
Phone number: 800.247.9297
With the airport being divided into four main terminals, each with its own concourses, you might be worried about finding your way through the airport. However, the layout of the establishment is meant to ease your journey through the airport and lessen the traffic of passengers.
For these reasons and more, each terminal within the airport serves a specific purpose. Additionally, all the terminals are connected to one another through the services of the shuttle that goes by the name of the AirTrain. The AirTrain platforms can be found throughout the airport, and they connect passengers from one location to another within just a few minutes.
With all that in mind, it is best to be informed of the terminal you are expected to find yourself at within the walls of the SFO.
With every terminal serving a particular purpose, the International Terminal, as the name implies, serves international flights. British Airways arrives mostly at this terminal.
However, this airline company also has codeshare flights with other companies. And that means that other airline companies can codeshare a British Airways flight. If a flight is codeshared with another airline, then it might arrive at a different terminal, accordingly.
Thus, to be on the safe side, press here to find out which terminal your upcoming British Airways flight will arrive at.
Just as with the arriving terminal, the departing terminal of British Airway flights is the International Terminal.
Also, due to the possibility of your flight being a codeshare flight, it may also depart from Terminal 1 or Terminal 2.
It is best to check your gate location beforehand. Find out more about your British Airways flight departing from the SFO here.
To check out the status of flights at the SFO, press here.
For a more organized distribution of flights, with the option of navigating through them based on route, flight number, or airline, press here.
As British Airways is part of the OneWorld alliance, it has partnered with multiple airlines to codeshare flights with one another. This is the reason that your British Airways flight at the SFO may be found at a terminal different from the international one.
These airlines include:
- Aer Lingus
- Alaska Airlines
- American Airlines
- Fiji Airways