Years after it was expected to be completed, a hydrogen fueling station at SFO might finally sputter into existence.
Later this month, San Francisco International Airport is looking to secure the last of the funding needed for the $4.7 million fueling complex, which would be one of the few hydrogen fueling stations in Northern California for cars and buses. Read More
An epic winter storm charging eastward Wednesday across the United States has caused flight cancellations at San Francisco International Airport. Read More
A former Los Angeles deputy city attorney has been let out of jail a month after her violent tirade at San Francisco International Airport on Christmas Eve.Angela West, 50, a Harvard Law School graduate who hasn’t practiced law since 1997, was released from custody at 4 p.m. Tuesday after she plead no contest to two misdemeanor charges in connection with the Dec. 24 outburst. Read More
If all goes as planned, flights to Mexico and Canada could soon cost a whole lot less for passengers travelling out of San Francisco International Airport.
On Tuesday, the San Francisco Airport Commission approved a measure to slash operating fees for carriers coming back and forth from the United States’ border countries. Read More
Travelers looking to take a sun-drenched vacation in Cancun or a trip to the mountains near Vancouver might soon see some cheaper flights out of San Francisco International Airport. Read More
A winter storm walloping the Eastern Seaboard for the second time in three weeks is canceling thousands of flights across the country, including a number at San Francisco International Airport.SFO has been experiencing canceled flights Monday and most of Tuesday and could spill over to today, according to airport spokesman Mike McCarron. Read More
After several tough years for hotels in San Mateo County, the industry made a rebound at the end of last year, thanks in large part to a rise in business-related bookings.Hotel occupancy rates were up 7.4 percent through November 2010 compared with the same time in 2009, said Anne LeClair, the CEO of the San Mateo County/Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau. Read More
California Highway Patrol investigators have decided not to recommend a DeSoto cabbie be charged with homicide six months after a fiery crash killed a couple visiting The City from Cincinnati. Read More
Passengers on a New York-bound flight sat at San Francisco International Airport for nearly three hours without leaving or receiving any food, but the airline was technically in compliance with federal law, according to company officials.
Delta Flight 1940 was scheduled to leave SFO at 11:40 a.m. Tuesday, but did not take off until 3:31 p.m. due to a logjam at East Coast airports recovering from recent winter storms. Read More
Federal authorities are investigating an unnamed pilot who posted videos critical of security at San Francisco International Airport. The pilot posted several videos on YouTube starting in late November that showed airport personnel entering secure areas without screening. In a statement, the TSA acknowledged the case and said it is confident in SFO’s security. Read More