Flights from San Francisco International (SFO) to Quad-City (MLI)

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      Travel information for San Francisco International to Quad-City

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      Distance from San Francisco International to Quad-City1705 miles
      Here are some alternative departure airports for San Francisco International
      • Oakland (OAK) is only 8.8 miles from San Francisco International
      • San Jose (SJC) is only 28.4 miles from San Francisco International
      • Stockton (SCK) is only 63.4 miles from San Francisco International

        Facts and figures about flying from San Francisco International to Quad-City

      • The most common connection between San Francisco International and Quad-City is Denver International
      • The largest aircraft operating flights from San Francisco International to Quad-City is the Boeing 747-400 (Domestic)
      • The most popular aircraft flying between San Francisco International and Quad-City is a Boeing 737-800 (winglets)
      • The Airbus A319 is the smallest airplane available for flights between San Francisco International and Quad-City
      • Diversions are not a regular occurrence on flights between San Francisco International and Quad-City
      • Between San Francisco International and Quad-City United Air Lines Inc. operates 353 flights per week
      • Flights from San Francisco International to Quad-City typically have a delay of 12 mins
      • Flights from San Francisco International to Quad-City are delayed 4.8 percent of the time
      • Flights from San Francisco International to Quad-City are cancelled 0.5 percent of the time