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A1-American Shuttle

San Fancisco Airport Shuttle Service (SFO Shuttle)

San Jose Airport Shuttle Service (SJC Shuttle)

Oakland Airport Shuttle Service (OAK Shuttle)

Serving Oakland Airport, San Jose Airport, and San Francisco International Airport.

A1-American Shuttle provide service To/From Oakland Airport (OAK), San Jose Airport (SJC) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO). A1-American Shuttle offers the best quality service possible and is reviewed as one of the best ground transportation service in Northern California. We specialize in cooperating with our customers and providing them with affordable rates.

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San Francisco , Oakland, San Jose Airport Transportation

We have designated pick up points at both SFO and OAK airports for our airport shuttle services. We are friendly, on-time and our goal is to make our customers 100% satisfied with their Bay Area airport shuttle service and ground transportation to and from San Francisco International Airport or Oakland Airport. We are proud to have a staff of professional dispatchers and reservations and a group of dedicated, well-trained and experienced drivers, all eager to serve you, whether you need an Oakland Airport or San Jose airport shuttle or San Francisco airport transportation.

In Northern California we have included three metro areas: San Francisco Bay Area, Greater Sacramento, Greater Fresno and adjacent counties. The map on the left shows coverage however most activity is around major airports San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, and Sacramento. We have included a small section on all commercial airports in the shown area that you can find below. We have also included a paragraph on school/college transportation, we listed all major universities in the mapped area and included same advice on traveling between the school and the airport.

Important: it is important to note that in some areas airport shuttle is not available (you can still hire a private car or van but no ride share). It is true especially in rural areas. In this case you want to contact you county and see if they have dial a ride service (most rural areas do!) it is just like a shuttle, will offer door-to-door service. Even though it will not take you to the airport, it can take you major transportation hub, bus/train station, or transit center, from there you can get an airport shuttle or express bus going your way to the airport. Keep in mind Amtrak Rail and Greyhound Bus Lines as well they might be a great alternatives when going far.

Major International Airports

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) - major and by far largest airport in the Northern California offers numerous airlines providing flights all over the world. Getting around SFO - AirTrain is the airport's light rail system. Fully automated and free of charge, it connects all four terminals, the two international terminal garages, the BART station, and the airport's Rental Car Center. The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) BART station, located in Parking Garage G of the International Terminal, is the only direct rail link between the airport, the city of San Francisco, and the general Bay Area. The San Francisco Municipal Railway, San Francisco's transit agency, does not provide service to the airport. However, SamTrans, San Mateo County's transit agency, does, with three lines connecting Terminal 2, Terminal 3, and the International Terminal to San Francisco and the Peninsula down to Palo Alto. Numerous door-to-door van, airporter, limousine, hotel courtesy, and charter operators service the airport. Taxis, along with the aforementioned services, stop at the center island transportation island on the arrivals/baggage claim level of the airport.

Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC) - is the smallest of the three main airports in the San Francisco Bay Area. Dominant airline is SouthWest Airlines. Still has connections to some of the major hubs in the US. Offers few options for ground transport including taxis, limousines, rental cars, shuttles and public transportation, which are located on or accessible from the airport. VTA (Valley Transportation Authority) operates free Route 10 Airport Flyer bus that connects the airport to the Santa Clara Station for Caltrain and Altamont Commuter Express commuter rail services as well as numerous local buses and to the Metro/Airport Light Rail Station for VTA's light rail service.

Metropolitan Oakland International Airport (OAK) - major international airport, flights to/form most major destination in the US, Hawaii and Mexico, primary airline is SouthWest Airlines. Oakland International is not yet directly connected to the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system, but AirBART shuttle buses and AC Transit's Lines 73 and 805 buses take passengers between the terminal and the Coliseum/Oakland Airport station.

Sacramento International Airport (SMF) - major airport with connections to all major hubs in the US including San Francisco, also has flights to/form Hawaii and Mexico. Yolobus bus #42 connects the airport to downtown Sacramento and the nearby communities of Woodland and Davis. Sacramento light rail will also provide service to the airport when the Green Line is finished in 2011.

Other Commercial Airports

Monterey Peninsula Airport (MRY) - regional airport served by a small number of airlines has flights to/from Denver, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and San Francisco. Monterey-Salinas Transit is the public ground transit organization serving the airport.

Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) - Offers flights to many major airports in the US including San Francisco. It serves the Reno metropolitan area, western Nevada, and parts of eastern California and is the closest commercial airport to the vacation and ski resort destination of Lake Tahoe. Public transportation to and from the airport is provided by RTC Ride bus #19 (RTC - Regional Transportation Commission), Eastern Sierra Transit Authority, and Modoc Transportation Agency (Sage Stage).

Chico Municipal Airport (CIC) - smaller airport serving Chico State University has scheduled flights to/form San Francisco via United Express operated by SkyWest Airlines.

Redding Municipal Airport (RDD) - mostly used for general aviation however has a direct flight to San Francisco via United Express operated by SkyWest Airlines.

Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma County Airport (STS) - located in Santa Rosa. It is a smaller regional airport. One commercial airline is operating in the STS - Horizon Air offers flights to Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Portland (OR), and Seattle/Tacoma. Might be a good alternative if you travel to one of those destinations. Airport Express provides scheduled service between communities in Sonoma and Marin Counties and Sonoma, San Francisco and Oakland International Airports. Mendocino Transit Authority provides daily connections with Sonoma County Transit, Santa Rosa City Bus, AMTRAK, and Golden Gate Transit for regional service to Marin and San Francisco Counties in Santa Rosa. MTA also provides daily connections with the Sonoma County Airport Express at the Sonoma County Airport for service to and from the Bay Area airports. In Ukiah, MTA connects with Lake Transit service to and from Lake County Monday thru Saturdays.

Modesto City-County Airport (MOD) - smaller airport has scheduled flights to/form San Francisco via United Express operated by SkyWest Airlines.

Stockton Metropolitan Airport (SCK) - smaller airport, has service to Las Vegas and Long Beach via Allegiant Air.

Merced Regional Airport (MCE) - small airport, Great Lakes Airlines provides service to McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, Nevada. Bus connections to Yosemite National Park are available through the Yosemite Area Regional Transportation System (YARTS).

Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT) - regional airport served by several airlines with flights to Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, Guadalajara, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Portland (OR), Salt Lake City, Seattle/Tacoma, San Francisco, and other places.

Visalia Municipal Airport (VIS) - small airport mostly used for general aviation, but is served by one commercial airline. Great Lakes Airlines offers service to LA/Ontario International Airport.

Northern California Commercial Airports

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