The news about Thursday’s Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash is stirring some anxiety among SFO passengers getting ready to fly.
Global Entry Program, Meant To Speed Up Customs Checks At Airports, Bogged Down By Application Process
The Global Entry program gets approximately 50,000 applications a month, and the process can take more than two months, especially in a busy locale like the Bay Area.
The five Airfield Safety Officers were honored at Tuesday’s San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has noticed a new trend at airport checkpoints where passengers are being stopped for carrying knives that fold up into the size of credit cards.
Airfield Safety Officers Who Were First On Scene Following Asiana Airlines Plane Crash At SFO To Receive Commendations
The Airfield Safety Officers arrived within two minutes of the initial impact of Asiana Flight 214, and nearly a minute before the first fire truck arrived on scene.
A San Francisco-based car sharing service that hopes to compete with the rental car industry has announced a $25 million funding round.
The crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 at San Francisco International Airport last July was a result of an over-reliance on automated systems in the plane, National Transportation Safety Board officials said at a hearing today in Washington, D.C.
A federal safety board report is expected to reveal the official cause of the Asiana Airlines crash at San Francisco International Airport in July of last year that left three people dead.
Although San Francisco has many world famous attractions, with some planning, all of them can be visited over a weekend or three-day holiday.
San Francisco International Airport Receives Grant For High-Speed Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
The new 480-volt electric vehicle charging stations will be located at the airport’s Cell Phone Lot, and charge cars in about 30 minutes.