An unusual convergence of sporting and entertainment events in San Francisco this weekend promises to bring up to a million extra people into the densely populated bayside city.
Not all of the one million tourists projected to visit San Francisco this weekend will spend money like sailors on leave, but they’ll still leave a major mark.
The U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels will be roaring over parts of the Bay Area starting Thursday afternoon as San Francisco Fleet Week gets under way.
A Navy hovercraft has landed on San Francisco’s Ocean Beach as part of a disaster response training exercise during Fleet Week.
Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger, the Danville pilot known for safely landing a disabled US Airways jet in the Hudson River in 2009, will be riding along with the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels Wednesday.
The U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels arrived at San Francisco International Airport Tuesday evening for the city’s annual Fleet Week celebration.
Enjoy some in-flight entertainment with a visit to this year’s Fleet Week.
Transit officials are saying keep the car at home as 300,000 people descend upon San Francisco for Fleet Week and some other crowded events.
The Blue Angels, the Navy’s precision flight demonstration team, were set to conduct practice flights on Thursday and Friday ahead of the air shows scheduled for Saturday and Sunday afternoons during the annual Fleet Week celebrations.
2010’s Fleet Week in San Francisco is being billed as the biggest in 20 years.