NTSB: Inspection Mistakes Caused Engine Failure On 2018 SFO-Hawaii FlightInvestigators say inspections of a fan blade that broke off during a United Airlines flight from San Francisco to Hawaii in 2018, triggering an engine failure and emergency landing, had failed to spot signs that the blade was weak.
American Airlines To Start Booking Flights To Capacity In July, Eliminating Social DistancingAfter first capping the number of people on flights in April amid the pandemic, American Airlines on Saturday announced it will soon ditching its effort to promote social distancing on its planes.
East Bay Man Suspected Of Fraudulently Renting Cars Used In Violent CrimesAuthorities have arrested an East Bay man suspected of fraudulently renting about 80 rental cars at San Francisco International Airport, many of them subsequently connected to crimes that include homicide, home-invasion robberies and burglaries.
Airlines May Reopen International Routes But Many Travelers Not Ready To Go AbroadFor the first time since the start of the pandemic, bookings are outpacing cancellations and some airlines are beginning to move back into the international realm.
BART No Longer Issuing Paper Tickets At SFO As Of June 1The sale of paper BART tickets will be discontinued at the system's San Francisco International Airport station as of June 1, the transit agency announced.
Coronavirus Update: United Airlines Warns Of Deep Layoffs, Asks Staff To Take 20 Unpaid Days OffUnited, which has a hub at San Francisco International Airport, has warned some of its staff that the airline will sharply reduce hours and staffing in the months to come.
Coronavirus Update: SFO Looks Like Ghost Town, Sees 97 Percent Drop In TravelersSan Francisco International Airport looks like ghost town these days as travelers stay home due to the coronavirus stay at home orders.
Alaska Airlines Agent At SFO Tests Positive For COVID-19 An Alaska Airlines customer service agent at San Francisco International Airport has tested positive for COVID-19.
SFO Largely Deserted Days Before Coronavirus Travel Ban Goes Into EffectTravelers in the Bay Area and around the world are scrambling to rearrange plans after President Trump announced a 30-day travel ban related to most of Europe to help stop the coronavirus.
Woman Arrested For Allegedly Injuring Officer At SFO's Rental Car CenterOfficers arrested a woman last week who allegedly ran over a police sergeant's foot at San Francisco International Airport, injuring the sergeant, police said.
San Francisco Int'l Airport To Open New 'SkyTerrace' Public Observation DeckSan Francisco International Airport is reopening their public observation deck, which has been closed for around 25 years, this Valentine's Day.
New China-U.S. Travel Restrictions Take Effect as Coronavirus Outbreak SpreadsNew travel restrictions from China took effect on Sunday as Pres. Trump’s order to block high-risk passengers from spreading the novel coronavirus to the U.S. were enacted at select screening airports including SFO.
Dozens Of SFO-China Flights Suspended Due To CoronavirusStarting next week, the number of weekly flights to China from San Francisco will drop from 90 to 55 due to the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus.
Flu Often Overlooked As Fears Of Coronavirus RiseThe fear of the novel coronavirus is spreading through the Bay Area like a wildfire.
Concerns Of Coronavirus Outbreak Prompt SFO To Screen Some Travelers From ChinaThe number of confirmed cases of the “novel coronavirus“ rose sharply over the weekend, from 51 to 218, on Monday and the death toll now stands at three, according to Chinese state media.