The Harvey Milk Terminal 1 at San Francisco Airport has become the first airport terminal in the world to achieve a Fitwel certification.
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If the aviation sector is to prevail in this crisis, its leaders must commit to a new cross-sector delivery pledge that targets faster and more effective outcomes, says Ian Law, San Francisco International Airport’s Chief Information Officer.
In all areas – efficiency and effectiveness, revenue generation, safety and security – AI has tremendous potential to deliver positive change if used correctly, details Ian Law, Chief Information Officer of San Francisco International Airport.
1 May 2020 | By International Airport Review
As aviation begins recovery post COVID-19, minimising costs wherever possible within airport operations will be imperative to the bounce-back of airports.
After being postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, San Francisco International Airport has resumed the development of the Harvey Milk Terminal 1.
As a result of cyber-attackers inserting malicious computer code on SFOConnect.com and SFOConstruction.com, user login credentials have been stolen.
As part of International Airport Review’s exclusive CEO series, San Francisco International Airport’s Director, Ivar Satero, emphasises the importance of an airport’s local community and the significance of sustainability.
The project, which was set to renovate the remaining section of San Francisco International Airport's Terminal 3, has been postponed due to COVID-19.
In this article, we review which airports had the highest number of aircraft movements in 2019, based on the total number of landings and take-offs.
The expansion will increase the available capacity and decrease waiting times at the two security screening checkpoints at SFO.
SFO's new airport-wide alphanumeric gate numbering system, aimed at improving passenger experience, will launch on 16 October 2019.
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.