Napa Valley

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Getting to Napa Valley


Napa County Airport (APC) is a General Aviation airport serving charter flights, but with no scheduled commercial flights. The Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport in Santa Rosa (STS) does offer limited commercial airline service. Most visitors fly to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) or Oakland International Airport (OAK), both 45-50 miles south of Napa Valley.


Sonoma County (STS) is served primarily by Horizon Air. All major U.S. carriers – including United, Continental, American Airlines, Delta, and US Airways – and a wide range of international carriers, serve San Francisco (SFO). Southwest, Jet Blue, and Alaska are among the carriers that serve Oakland (OAK).

Flight Times

6.5 hours from the East Coast; 4 hours from the Midwest; 1.5 hours from Southern California; 2 hours from the Northwest. 

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