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Beijing (BJS : Beijing All airports)

Compare & Book flights from San Francisco to Beijing online. Find all San Francisco Beijing promo tickets from all major airlines, cheapest price starts from USD 212.98

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Flight San Francisco to Beijing : Location & Airport information

San Francisco

Time zone in San Francisco is : GMT-08:00

These days, San Francisco is ranked 44th of the top tourist destinations in the world. The city is renowned for its cool summer, the fogs, brightly colorful flora, and landmarks including the Golden Gate Bridge, Telegraph Hill, its Trolley car, and so on. San Francisco has so many beautiful parks, artistic building, and many hills. There are more than 50 hills within city limits. San Francisco is a wonderful city with wonderful people.

Airports Serving SAN FRANCISCO

Beijing

Time zone in Beijing is : GMT+08:00

Few cities in the world have been the political and cultural centre of an area for as long as Beijing. One of four ancient cities in China, Beijing is renowned for its opulent palaces, temples, and huge stone walls and gates. As it was the host of the 2008 Summer Olympics, a number of amazing architectural wonders were built to coincide with the many ancient buildings. With the arrival of the Olympics, the Chinese government forced the predominant Mandarin speaking public to learn English. Now the international language can be found at many public areas.