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Airport honored for best new food and beverage concepts Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA), the foremost advocate for airport operators in North America, has awarded San Francisco International Airport (SFO) multiple first-place awards for its concession concepts. In its annual award event, ACI-NA honored the SFO concession team with the top spot in the following categories: Best New Food and Beverage (Full-Service): 1300 on Fillmore, operated by SSP America Best New Food and Beverage (Quick-Service): Limon Rotisserie, operated by Paradies Lagardère “With over 80 new...
New exhibition showcases studio craft made by California artists Studio craft combines the characteristics of traditional, handmade craft with the refined qualities of fine art. Made by professional artist-craftspeople who work in a variety of media, studio craft includes both utilitarian items and more experimental pieces that focus on aesthetics over function. For many, studio craft is an imaginative and personal expression that encourages creativity through the exploration of time-tested materials and techniques. The finest objects evoke emotion and exhibit the process of making along with...
SFPD Officer John Leong and two Airport guests are being recognized for their roles in saving the life of an SFO passenger who suffered a cardiac arrest on Sunday, May 19. Officer Leong and the two Good Samaritans worked together to help revive a 25-year old East Bay man who had collapsed near Gate A1 in the International Terminal. The victim was waiting to board an outbound Jet Blue flight when he began snoring loudly, then suddenly slumped and fell off a chair. 66-year old David Sheraton of Lake Forest, California, came to his aid and, noting that the victim was unresponsive and not...
With 71 New Jet Deliveries Planned Through 2025, TAP’s Fleet Reaches 100 Aircraft for the First Time as the Airline Adds New Routes this Month from SFO, Chicago O’Hare and Washington-Dulles TAP Air Portugal introduces five weekly nonstop flights between Lisbon and San Francisco International Airport (SFO) today, operated with a brand new Airbus A330neo. TAP, the launch carrier for the A330neo, has 71 new aircraft planned for delivery by 2025, adding to its existing 100-aircraft-strong fleet. This month, TAP also launches service from Chicago O’Hare and Washington-Dulles. The SFO flights will...
Tunnel D, which leads from the Domestic Parking Garage to Terminal 2, will be closed effective Wednesday, June 5, 2019, at 7:00am. The tunnel is expected to be closed for 8-10 months for extensive renovations, including replacement of moving walkways. We anticipate reopening in February 2020. All access to Terminal 2 from the parking garage will be via the Terminal 2 mezzanine bridge. We will notify you once we have a firm opening date. Please note, this closure only affects the tunnel. All Parking areas, pedestrian bridge, Arrivals and Departures will not be impacted. Please contact the...
Sometimes our SFO team members go above and beyond their job description and demonstrate that they not only care about our guests, but that they are willing to be creative and selfless in their service. This month the Airport would like to recognize Ron Anderson from the Mechanical Maintenance Department. On Tuesday May 21, Anderson was working in the short-term parking garage when he spotted an elderly man who appeared lost. 83 year-old retired engineering professor Andrew Pytel was flying back home to Pennsylvania and waiting for his son John to find a parking spot. “My dad’s ailing...

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