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Have a dog? Ever use doggy day-care or a pet hotel? Would you be interested in having those services available at SFO? Let us know your thoughts. Take a quick survey to help us better understand potential usage. SURVEY Survey closes October 26th.
New exhibition demonstrates Great Britain’s status as the world’s leader for silver design. But who was the American who triggered this renaissance? Collector John Andrew, curator of The Pearson Silver Collection, had long wondered at the cause for the extraordinary burst of creativity in British silver design from the 1960s. Research revealed that the catalyst was an American named Mrs. Lasky, who traveled to London in the late 1950s to stay with her friend Lady Alexandra Metcalfe. Wishing to see modern British silver, she visited the studio of designer-silversmith Gerald Benney (1930–2008...
SFO has issued a trading card as part of the Airport Council International - North American Region’s Collectors Series (NAACS). This year more than 90 airports from across North America have joined together in an effort to raise awareness of the vital role airports play in the communities they serve. The cards feature an iconic image of each airport, along with supporting history, geo-coordinates, fun facts, and trivia. SFO’s card features the International Terminal. You can pick your SFO Trading Card up at any of the Airport’s Information Booths. Post your picture on social media with our...
Construction of SFO’s only on-airport hotel reaches its highest point San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and Hyatt today celebrated the “topping out” for the construction of the new only on-airport hotel, Grand Hyatt at SFO, commemorating the placement of the highest section of the structure. The $237 million hotel, scheduled to be completed in July 2019, will feature 351 soundproof guest rooms, including 22 suites, more than 14,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, a 70-seat three-meal restaurant, two bars, 24-hour in-room dining, a grab-and-go market, Hyatt StayFit Gym, yoga...
SFO’s Social Responsibility and Community Sustainability (SRCS) division is conducting a Job Quality Survey to better understand the needs of Airport employees. The results of this survey will influence recommendations about SFO work policies, including wages, benefits, and work standards. The survey should take approximately 15 minutes. At the end, you may choose to enter a raffle for a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card. Take the Survey To be eligible to take the survey, you must work at the Airport or for an off-site airline meal preparation company with a catering business at SFO...

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