Power Outage At Oakland Int'l Airport Terminals Affects Travel Amid StormA power outage at the Oakland International Airport terminals was affecting travel for thousands Tuesday night, officials confirmed. Andria Borba reports. (11-26-2019)
Holiday Rush Begins at Local AirportsThousands in the Bay Area boarded flights to make the most of their Thanksgiving plans Friday -- just the start to the massive travel surge that will play out over the next week. Betty Yu reports. (11-22-19)
San Jose Airport to Add New Parking StructureA new $30 million parking structure with 900 new spaces is scheduled to begin construction early next year at Mineta San Jose Int'l Airport. Len Ramirez reports. (11-21-19)
Asiana Airlines to Suspend Flights to SFO Following Korea High Court RulingAsiana Airlines has been forced to suspend service at the Bay Area's busiest airport six years after a deadly crash. Kenny Choi reports. (10-19-19)
New App Lets Users Track Jet Noise Near SFOThe new Aircraft Noise Tracker, available to the public, gives users a near-real-time look at flight tracks and noise levels around the airport. Andria Borba reports. (10-17-19)
Two Flights Forced To Emergency Land At San Francisco Int'l AirportTwo flights out of San Francisco International Airport needed to return to the runway Wednesday evening for emergency landings. (10-9-2019)
Passenger Trapped In Bathroom Diverts SFO-Bound Flight To DenverA San Francisco-bound flight was diverted due to a passenger getting stuck in the plane's bathroom Wednesday evening. Joe Vazquez reports. (9-25-2019)
Santa Clara Teen Forced to Remove Hijab Before Boarding Air Canada Flight at SFOA 13-year-old Bay Area athlete traveling with her squash team says she was forced to remove her hijab in the jetway at SFO by an Air Canada agent. Betty Yu reports. (9-20-19)
Repaired Runway Reopens at SFO Ahead of ScheduleRunway repairs at SFO have delayed and canceled thousands of flights leaving many travelers stranded. Thursday night the construction was finished a week ahead of schedule. Andrea Nakano reports. (9-19-19)
Advice For Travelers At SFO Facing Cancellations Due To Runway RepairsOn Tuesday there were hundreds of delays and cancellations at San Francisco International Airport due to repairs underway on Runway 28L. Andria Borba reports on what travelers can do to prepare.
Hundreds Of Flights Delayed, Canceled At SFO Due To Runway ConstructionDelays and frustrations mounted Sunday at San Francisco International Airport due to long-planned construction work on the airport's busiest runway. Hundreds of flights have been delayed and canceled so far. Andrea Nakano reports. (9-8-2019)
Hundreds Of SFO Flights Delayed, Cancelled Due To Runway Repair ProjectA repair project that shut down SFO's busiest runway caused hundreds of delays and cancellations on Saturday. Betty Yu talked to some travelers who were caught by surprise, and others who seemed to take it in stride.
Hawaiian Airlines Flight from Oakland Forced to Make Emergency Landing in HonoluluSeveral passengers aboard a Hawaiian Airlines flight from Oakland to Honolulu were hospitalized after smoke filled the cabin upon arrival and passengers used emergency slides to evacuate on a runway. Ken Bastida reports. (8-22-19
Bay Area Congressman and Capt. 'Sully' Sullenberger Announce Safe Landings ActU.S. Rep. Mark DeSaulnier (D-Concord) and Captain Chesley Sullenberger announced the Safe Landings Act (H.R. 4166) to address near-collision airliner incidents. (8-8-19) .
SFO Announces Ban on Sale of Single-Use Plastic Water BottlesSan Francisco International Airport is making history by becoming the first major U.S. airport to ban the sale of single-use plastic water bottles. Maria Medina reports. (8-2-19)
SFO Opens New Parking Lot to Relieve Ride-Hailing Traffic CongestionAfter a month of congestion on the southern end of San Francisco International Airport, a new parking lot has been opened in hopes of ending the gridlock. Wilson Walker reports. (7-5-19)
SFO-Bound Ride-Hailing Drivers Jam Millbrae, Burlingame StreetsThe mayors of Millbrae and Burlingame called an ongoing traffic jam near San Francisco International Airport "unacceptable" in a letter to Uber and Lyft Friday and requested a meeting with the companies to resolve the issue. Maria Medina reports. (6-28-19)
Skydiving Plane In Deadly Hawaii Crash Was Involved In Previous California AccidentThe plane in the deadly skydiving plane crash in Hawaii was registered in Placer County and belonged to a company from Lincoln. CBS Sacramento's Rob Malcolm reports. (6-23-2019)
'Sully' Sullenberger Says He Struggled To Recover Boeing 737 MAX In Flight SimulationCurrent and former pilots--including the Bay Area's own Captain Chesley Sullenberger--testified before a House panel looking into the safety of Boeing 737 MAX airliners. The planes remain grounded following two deadly overseas crashes. Ken Bastida reports. (6-19-2019)
Hundreds Of Food Service Workers At SFO Prepared To StrikeAs many as 1,500 food and beverage workers that serve three major airlines at San Francisco International Airport are prepared to go on strike once their union is released by the National Mediation Board. Betty Yu reports. (6-16-2019)
Recent San Mateo County Measles Cases Have Direct Ties To SFOCalifornia has seen the highest number of measles cases since 1993. San Mateo County has reported 4 cases of measles so far, all of which have a direct tie to San Francisco International Airport. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-11-2019)
Scholar With Stanford Ties Found Dead In Bathroom At SFOThe body of a well-respected East Asian scholar with ties to Stanford was discovered inside the Cathay Pacific Airlines lounge bathroom at San Francisco International Airport. Andria Borba reports. (5-8-2019)
41 Dead In Fiery Plane Landing At Moscow AirportIt was a harrowing scene on the runway at Moscow Airport as a passenger plane coming in for a landing wound up engulfed in flames. Russian authorities confirmed that 41 people are dead. CBS News's Mola Lenghi reports. (5-5-2019)
Plane With 143 Aboard Crashes Into River in Jacksonville, No DeathsA charter plane carrying 143 people and traveling from Cuba to north Florida ended up in a river at the end of a runway Friday night, though no critical injuries or deaths were reported. (5-3-19)

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