It’s not often that you see one airport call out another airport, but that’s exactly what San Francisco International (SFO) has done, even though they won’t admit it. SFO has put out an advertising campaign to drive travelers from Australia and New Zealand to connect through SFO instead of what it calls, “The Bad Airport.” Though Los Angeles International (LAX) isn’t mentioned by name, it’s incredibly clear that’s the target.
Is this video accurate? Obviously not (as if the flight attendants on LA flights are rude yet the ones on SF flights are magically pleasant), but there is a very valid point here. Connecting through SFO is far better than connecting through LAX . . . depending upon your criteria. There are valid arguments for both:
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