The distance from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport to San Francisco International Airport is:

2,382 miles / 3 833 km driving

2,037 miles / 3 278 km flying

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Distance from CVG to SFO

The total driving distance from CVG to SFO is 2,382 miles or 3 833 kilometers.

The total straight line flight distance from CVG to SFO is 2,037 miles.

This is equivalent to 3 278 kilometers or 1,770 nautical miles.

Your trip begins at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport in Hebron, Kentucky. It ends at San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, California.

Your flight direction from CVG to SFO is West (-81 degrees from North).

The distance calculator helps you figure out how far it is to get from CVG to SFO. It does this by computing the straight line flying distance ("as the crow flies") and the driving distance if the route is drivable. It uses all this data to compute the total travel mileage.

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport

IATA: CVG
ICAO: KCVG
FAA: CVG
City: Hebron
State: Kentucky
Zip code: 41048
Country: United States
Category: airports

San Francisco International Airport

IATA: SFO
ICAO: KSFO
FAA: SFO
City: San Francisco
State: California
Zip code: 94128
Country: United States
Category: airports

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