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Watch you career reach new heights at San Francisco International Airport! Jobtober Fest returns to the SFO community this October 2017! Companies all over the Airport are hiring motivated candidates for the popular winter travel months. The Fall is sure to bring more career opportunities at SFO than ever before! Available career opportunities include: Airline Customer Service Duty Free Sales/Retail Baggage/Cargo Services Culinary Arts For details, see the events calendar at flysfo.com/jobs or visit the Employment Information Center. Need to update or print your resume? Practice your...
In order for the Airport to install some major system upgrades to our AirTrain and also build a new Hotel station, we will be required to reduce AirTrain services between the hours of 10:00pm and 5:00am - Monday through Friday. The reduced schedule began on September 11, 2017 and should end on May 31, 2019. The AirTrain will continue to provide service to all stations during this period, but may be operating in one of several alternate modes, where trains may only stop on the Blue or Red Line side and can travel in a direction that’s different from our normal operations. Please refer to the...
All runways will remain open, 28L will be used for landings only during nine-day project period SAN FRANCISCO – September 18, 2017 – the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) announced plans to improve Taxiway S, or “Sierra”, over a nine-day period in October. Once completed, Taxiway S will provide full-length departures from Runway 10R, reduce departure delays during parallel runway operation, and allow SFO to meet new federal taxiway design criteria. All four runways at SFO will remain open throughout the project. However, Runway 28L, which is nearest the construction area, will be...
Airport honored by Center for Digital Government for in-house app development San Francisco International Airport (SFO) was honored today with a 2017 “Best of California” award by the Center for Digital Government, which recognizes public-sector employees and local government organizations for their contribution to information technology issues in the State of California. In the category of “Best In-House Developed Application”, SFO was recognized for creating TaxiQ, a mobile app for use by authorized taxi operators at the Airport. The app determines when a driver has accepted a “short” fare...
The Grevillea Ned Kelly is an attractive, medium-sized shrub that bears large brushes of orange-red flowers for most of the year. A member of the protea family of plants, it is native to the Southern Hemisphere and prefers a sunny position in well-drained soil. The Grivillea Ned Kelly is a drought-tolerant shrub, making it ideal for low-water use Bay Area gardens. Ultimately growing to a height and spread of around 4 feet, the flowers produce abundant nectar and thus are favored by hummingbirds. The Grevillea Ned Kelly can be seen growing along the frontage landscape at Building 900 on North...
A new carpool discount program is available to residents or commuters who work in San Mateo County. Carpool In San Mateo County! utilizes mobile carpooling apps to increase local carpool ridership during peak travel periods, and offers an incentive of $2 per person for each commute trip ($4 per day) to and from cities in San Mateo County. To learn more, or to sign up and start carpooling, visit Carpool In San Mateo County!