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... models are accurately portrayed. Numerous models have been constructed or modified from kits produced by manufacturers worldwide. In the many instances when no kit was available, Lund crafted model parts from scratch based on aircraft manufacturers’ plans using the “vacuform” process—a method that creates plastic parts from his hand-carved wood forms. Lund, a Bay Area native, has created nearly 1,600 ...
... 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 ... our trading card, tag SFO, and add #airporttradingcards.  We’d love to hear from you. To view all airport trading cards, visit the NAACS Airport Trading Card ...
... the middle of the Pacific flyway, one of the annual migratory bird “highways” from North to South and vice versa. An abundance of birds including ducks, geese, ... to a massive comeback and the Brown Pelican can commonly be seen on the California coast and here at SFO. Burrowing Owl (Athene cunicularia) Burrowing owls are unique ...
... usually bloom in the spring.  Protea make great cut flowers and they benefit from pruning.  They are cultivated in over 20 countries. Plants from this family are very drought tolerant and they do well in Bay Area climates.  ... be seen at a number of locations.  Some of the best examples can be seen along West Field Road. Fun Fact:  The genus Protea was named in 1735 by Carl Linnaeus ...
New Exhibition Features Hand-Block Printed Panoramic Wallpaper from Nineteenth-Century Designs Scenic wallpapers enjoyed a golden era in both Europe ... more than a century later when First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy installed a historic set in the White House in 1961. During the 1840s and ’50s, Zuber et Cie emphasized ... of Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America. This exhibition presents a complete set of Views of North America as well as individual panels from L’Hindoustan , ...
... Program? We even have two endangered species living on Airport property. Our West of Bayshore property is home to the endangered San Francisco Garter Snake and ... one aspect of the program. Another aspect is keeping the airfield safe and secure from animals that could pose a danger to aircraft operations. To do this, the ... animals More tips › Native Species Snakes Four snake species live on SFO's West-of-Bayshore property:  Pacific Gopher Snake, Pacific Ring-Necked ...
... 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 ... in the warm climates of Florida and Arizona, as well as Asia, Australia, and the West Indies, they can reach heights of 100 feet tall.  You can see Ficus benjamina ...
... will affect the Rental Car Center returning vehicle traffic, employee traffic and West Cargo area traffic if entering SFO from San Bruno Avenue.  Drivers of automobiles and light trucks can use the SFO ...
... back” is fast approaching.  On November 6, 2016 at 2:00 a.m., the clock will be set back 1 hour to 1:00 a.m.  This requires all employees who work the Night (11:00 ... please contact payroll immediately should employees arrive late for leave early from their regularly scheduled shift. Please inform all affected employees under your ...
... operators based at the San Francisco International Airport: The United States Coast Guard and San Francisco Helicopters? The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ...
... rebates, battery range, and more! The event will be this Wednesday, March 28 from 6:30-8:30pm, at the Millbrae Library ( 1 Library Ave, Millbrae ). Directions from the Airport: Take 101 South (or South Mcdonnell Road) to exit 420 to Millbrae ... train, and take the train one stop to Millbrae. From Millbrae BART, exit the west side of the station (towards the sun, in the evening). Walk southwest to El ...
... be dropped off and picked up quickly and efficiently.” With passenger volumes at record highs, SFO has been working with Uber and Lyft to improve operations at the ... June 25 th . Uber Pool and Express Pool passengers can take the pedestrian bridges from Terminals 1, 2, and 3 directly to the loading area on the top floor of the ...
Ready Set Fly program offers real-world experience of air travel without leaving the ground ... with autism and developmental disabilities and their families.  The “Ready Set Fly” program, now in its second year at SFO, provides customized support and ... families Stand-up interviews with experts on neuro-developmental challenges from The Arc San Francisco WHERE: San Francisco International Airport, Terminal 3, ...
New exhibition features a variety of folk art from across the United States From the late eighteenth century through the early twentieth century, American folk ...
... Noguchi is one of the essential visionaries of the twentieth century.  Working across a wide range of disciplines with a deep sense of social purpose for more than ... in his work—an irresistible compulsion to make three-dimensional sculptures from two-dimensional materials.  This exhibition features two installations representing interior and exterior landscapes.  They are drawn from Noguchi's last two forays in sheet metal kirigami (cutting and folding), ...
... customized, gourmet coffee on-demand. Passengers at SFO can now order ahead from the Briggo mobile app or customize their favorite coffee and tea drinks on the ... efficiency of robotic technology, specialty drinks are then crafted within minutes from high-altitude arabica beans, fresh dairy and gourmet syrups.   Beans ground ... experience Conveniently located just inside security at Terminal 3, Gate 72 (across from Yankee Pier), Briggo is the fresh, fast alternative to a traditional ...
... as Project Engineer. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from San Jose State University and a Master’s in Business Administration in Finance from San Francisco State University.  Satero was selected after a national search ... been one of the fastest growing airports in the world – currently approaching a record 50 million passengers per year, and is the top concession revenue producer per ...
... lost wallet – and helped the traveler return to SF in the process. Yin came across the wallet in the Terminal 3 Boarding Area E restroom and immediately ... reunited with her wallet.  On Friday, May 6, Yin received a “thank you” card from the grateful traveler and was recognized by all the Custodial supervisors for ...
... Terminal A-Side                                Pre-Security, across from the Medical Clinic   Each year, Meals on Wheels San Francisco* (MOWSF) collects ...