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... from SFO to the Red Cross command center in Burlingame, CA, Chinese food to cater to approximately 75-100 volunteers, emergency responders and victims. The menu ... us in giving to those in need.” Fung Lum Restaurant has delighted diners for over 60 years with its unique tastes of Chinese cuisine topped with an international ...
... in the southern United States and in Central America. Burrowing owls will take over an old ground squirrel burrow and remodel it for their needs. These owls are often spotted on the ground or on a low post in the middle of the day.  ...
... adhering to flight procedures designed to reduce community noise. 1999 –  Fair Wage Standards SFO established a wage and benefit policy, known as the Quality Standards Program (QSP), the first of ... perform services impacting safety and security at SFO.  The program now covers over 12,500 employees. 2011 –  First LEED® gold certified terminal in the United ...
... year of passenger traffic growth at SFO. Overall traffic grew by 6.1% year-over-year, which included double-digit growth in international passenger traffic. ... in 2016. Gains included new international airlines at SFO, including the Icelandic low-cost airline WOW, Fiji Airways, and Volaris, the second-largest airline in ... and services to directly affected businesses, and the re-spending of additional worker income on consumer goods and services, raises the total regional economic ...
Economic impact report shows Airport created over 42,000 direct jobs, $8.4B in business activity SFO released an economic impact ... for more than $8.4 billion in business activity in the 2016-2017 Fiscal Year, and over 42,800 jobs.  This represents a significant increase over the previous report, ... and services to directly affected businesses, and the re-spending of additional worker income on consumer goods and services, raises the total regional economic ...
... Fiscal Year, included the following highlights: SFO directly accounted for over $10.6 billion in business revenues, which supported more than 46,000 jobs at the Airport. This represents a significant increase over the previous report, which covered the 2016-2017 Fiscal Year and reported $8.4 ... and services to directly affected businesses and the re-spending of additional worker income on consumer goods and services raises the total regional economic ...
... planned in the future. According to SFFD Chief Rudy Castellanos, “these are low frequency, high risk events that we’re training for.  We don’t expect them ...
... side-by-side at a rate of up to 60 aircraft per hour.  However, in periods of low visibility and fog, aircraft were historically required to utilize a single ... allowing use of the airport’s two parallel runways during certain types of low visibility conditions.  In 2013, SFO launched a new FAA procedure, known as ...
... summer and year-end holiday travel seasons. This timeframe was also chosen for the low probability of precipitation, as dry weather is necessary for asphalt paving. The ...
... in our International Terminal,” said Airport Director Ivar C. Satero.  “We cater to a global audience of over 53 million guests per year, and this new program truly offers something for ...
... employed by one of the many airport companies?  Former SFO Interns work all over the airport. As a result, there are SFO Mentors all over too, from retail companies, to the airlines.  ...
... the world's longest flight?   Instead of flying from Delhi to San Francisco over the Atlantic Ocean, the airline now flies over the Pacific, which adds almost 900 miles to the flight path, but flight times ...
... SFO's Nighttime Preferential Runway Use program aims to maximize flights over water and minimize flights over land and populated areas during nighttime hours. During the 20-day closure of ... summer and year-end holiday travel seasons. This timeframe was also chosen for the low probability of precipitation, as dry weather is necessary for asphalt paving. The ...