SFO's new airport-wide alphanumeric gate numbering system, aimed at improving passenger experience, will launch on 16 October 2019.
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As the runway at SFO dates back to the 1960s, the development team allowed extra time for its reconstruction project in case it had to deal with any unforeseen circumstances.
San Francisco Airport has reduced flight movements by 13 per cent to avoid delays while the airport's runway is closed for 20 days for a new base layer to be constructed.
With the opening of the new terminal at SFO, it is evident that they have heavily invested in the passenger experience.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) has announced plans to close Runway 28L for 20 days in September 2019 to construct a new base layer below the runway surface.
The free resource provides real-life examples of the work that airports are doing to help in the fight against human trafficking.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) has encouraged airport shops and restaurants to cut prices by 50 per cent for federal employees affected by the Government shutdown.
Adding San Francisco as its eighth non-stop destination to its North American portfolio, TAP Air Portugal will begin servicing the route between San Francisco and Portugal in June 2019.
The airport saw growth of almost 10 per cent in international passenger traffic from September 2017 to 2018.
The non-stop service from Melbourne International to San Francisco International joins other US destinations such as Los Angeles thanks to Qantas.
As part of a $2.4 billion redevelopment of San Francisco International’s Terminal 1, the airport has embarked on an exciting project to become the first airport in the United States to install a terminal-wide independent carrier system for baggage handling. Suzanne Culin, Terminal 1 Program Manager, reveals the potential the…
A list of the top 10, highest grossing routes has been published and a British Airways route saw over US$1 billion in revenue between April 2017 and March 2018
Different sections of the work are expected to be completed between 2019 and 2022.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) has become the first airport in the United States with approval from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to issue Wireless Emergency Alerts, which can issue potentially life-saving information to any cellphone located on airport grounds. This industry-leading capability allows the Airport to issue the…