Parking at SFO is guaranteed but chaotic

Parking is filling up at San Francisco International Airport for the Thanksgiving rush, but travelers are always guaranteed a spot, airport spokesman Mike McCarron said.

McCarron predicted that the long-term parking lot, which costs about $15 a day, will be filled by noon today, but he said travelers can use the short-term lot for the same rate if they can’t get a space.

He said this morning has been a busy one as usual, and expects Friday to be about the same, but so far there have been no delays.

Sunday will likely be the most chaotic day at the airport because that’s when everyone comes back, whereas departures occur throughout the week.

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