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New Exhibition presents Cutaway Models, Uniforms, Posters, and other Promotional Items related to the Introduction of the First Widebody Airliners in the Early 1970s During the late 1960s, the limits of technological progress in aerospace endeavors appeared to be boundless. Jet airliners were transforming commercial aviation with their high speeds, extended ranges, and economy; flight tests on the Concorde supersonic transport were under way; and, even more remarkable, the Apollo space program landed the first astronauts on the moon. Amid this exuberance for high-tech solutions, Boeing...
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Emergency Management will conduct an emergency full-scale training exercise on Wednesday, October 2, 2019, from 9:00am to 12:00pm. SFO Airport employees, airlines, their business partners, tenants, A-CERT/NERT volunteers and members of the community at large are invited to participate. All volunteers must be 18 years or older and will be required to sign a hold harmless form (ages 16-18 may participate with parent/guardian consent). Lunch and parking validation will be provided. Volunteers are needed for the following roles: Exercise role players...
The AirTrain single track operation has been extended through September 22nd at 5am. In order to meet the opening of the new Grand Hyatt hotel, the AirTrain will be operating in a single track operation from September 8th at 8pm through September 22nd at 5am . All trains traveling from the Rental Car Center will stop at Garage G and then travel toward Garage A (in a clockwise direction) before heading back to the Rental Car Center. Only one side of each AirTrain station will be served during this period. Between the hours of 8am and 10pm there will be AirTrain ambassadors at several stations...
Crews complete first section 48 hours ahead of schedule; transition to second phase begins Friday San Francisco International Airport (SFO) announced that it will reach the halfway point of the Runway 28L Reconstruction project 48 hours ahead of schedule. On the evening of Friday, September 13th, crews will transition from the first phase, where Runway 28L intersects with Runway 1R, to the second phase, where Runway 28L intersects with Runway 1L. This transition will be complete by the morning of Saturday, September 14th, at which time Runway 1R will reopen for aircraft use. This transition...
September is National Preparedness Month. The Airport’s Emergency Management Team wants to make sure that everyone knows what to do in the event of an emergency. An emergency can happen with little to no warning. Are you and your family prepared? There are three basic steps for personal preparedness: Get a kit. Build an emergency kit with supplies for at least three days. Make sure you have food, water, medication and other necessities in your kit for every member of your household, including pets. Make a plan. Develop a family communication plan. You may not all be in the same place when a...
SFO Museum presents: Zuber: Two Centuries of Panoramic Wallpaper, a lecture by Brian D. Coleman Lecture & Book Signing Saturday, September 14, 2019 Lecture and book signing by Brian D. Coleman to coincide with the exhibition Zuber: The Art of French Scenic Wallpaper Book signing: 12:00–1:00pm SFMOMA store, International Terminal Main Hall Lecture: 1:00pm Aviation Museum and Library, International Terminal Main Hall (A Side) Based on his newly published book, Zuber: Two Centuries of Panoramic Wallpaper , Brian D. Coleman will illustrate the luxurious Zuber papers in home settings ranging...

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