As a result of the fall in aircraft movements due to the COVID-19 pandemic, San Francisco Airport is now able to undertake its runway upgrade projects a year earlier than planned.
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By placing placards in all airport restrooms, where victims are most often separated from their trafficker, SFO is hoping to encourage victims to seek help by making it easier and safer.
Measures implemented at San Francisco Airport to ensure health safety and achieve the accreditation include onsite rapid COVID-19 testing and enhanced cleaning measures.
After postponing its Terminal 3 West project, SFO has now announced that it will postpone a range of additional construction projects as a result of reduced passenger activity and revenues due to COVID-19.
Ivar Satero, Airport Director at San Francisco International Airport (SFO), speaks to International Airport Review about the ways in which the airport is adapting to the unprecedented challenges brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, and how it is not letting the health crisis stunt its growth and development.
The biometric 'Simplified Arrivals' technology will reduce wait times during the customs process and improve the passenger experience.
Including the reinforcement of social distancing, reopening terminal areas and offering COVID-19 staff testing, San Francisco International Airport announces its safety measures.
San Francisco Airport has made progress in reducing the amount of unnecessary noise for passengers travelling through the terminals.
The runway project, originally scheduled for 2022, will begin two years earlier as a result of San Francisco International Airport taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This milestone supports SFO's goal to achieve ‘triple zero’; reaching not only zero-net carbon but also zero-net energy and zero landfill waste.
The Harvey Milk Terminal 1 at San Francisco Airport has become the first airport terminal in the world to achieve a Fitwel certification.
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.