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SFO was recognized in multiple categories in the 2017 USA Today Readers’ Choice awards, which were announced on Thursday, March 16 th . Finishing in the top 10 for their respective categories were Cat Cora’s Kitchen and Hudson News/Discovery, with SFO also ranking as one of the Best Airports for Dining. SFO is recognized in the aviation industry for its extremely successful concessions program and has been the prior recipient of multiple national honors. In 2016, SFO ranked #5 in Airport Revenue News’ (1) list of Top 50 Performing North American Airports for achieving a sales per enplanement...
Crane and scaffolding to be erected to support removal of tower San Francisco International Airport (SFO) announced the demolition of the former air traffic control tower, which was decommissioned in October 2016 upon the opening of the new 221-foot tower. The former tower, built in 1983, will be removed progressively with the aid of a crane, along with scaffolding on the upper floors of the building. Construction teams plan to have the top “cab” section of the former tower removed by the end of March. The project, budgeted at $55 million, will also remove the base structure below the former...
SFO Senior and Management staff were on hand for The Airport Minority Advisory Committee’s (AMAC) first Western Region Networking Event on Friday evening, March 3, 2017 at the Z Café in downtown Oakland. Airport COO Jeff Littlefield provided welcoming remarks and Small Business Affairs Officer Dana Lang spoke about the role of outreach and upcoming opportunities at SFO. The meeting also featured a visit from AMAC’s National President, Krystal Brumfield and Ebon Glenn (Green Beans Coffee), who serves as AMAC’s Western Regional Director. Kristi McKenney, Assistant Director of Aviation for the...
Ficus benjamina, commonly known as the weeping fig, is one of the most popular trees for growing indoors. There are many cultivars of Ficus, with leaf colors ranging from lime green to almost black and variegated patterns of white and yellow. With its graceful weeping branches and glossy leaves, the Ficus tree makes an attractive plant for interior spaces. Ficus can be difficult to grow in the beginning, and they have been known to drop all their leaves if moved or exposed to dramatic temperature or light fluctuations. Once established however, a Ficus can live a very long time and may...

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