SFO: Show up 90 minutes early today

The long-term parking lot at the San Francisco International Airport this morning was full, but it’s still guaranteed. Travelers just have to get a voucher from the long-term lot, then park in the short-term one for the same price.

As of 8 a.m., no flight delays had been reported. However, since it is the holiday season, SFO spokesman Mike McCarron recommended all travelers get to the airport at least an hour and a half before their flights.

This year, he said, most flights across the board are more than 90 percent full and the passenger count is about 2 percent higher than last year.

“We’re looking forward to a good day,’’ McCarron said.

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