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Published on : Tuesday, October 18, 2016
The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) announced a series of planned facility closures, including roadway and curbside areas, a connecting walkway, and an airline ticket counter, to facilitate the extensive renovation already under way in Terminal 1. The Airport also provided tips for travelers to make navigating through affected areas easier and more efficient. Closures begin on Friday, October 21st, and are anticipated to remain in effect for approximately two years while construction work progresses.
“The transformation of Terminal 1 is the largest project underway at SFO, and will create an amazing new travel experience for our guests,” said Airport Director Ivar C. Satero. “During this critical phase of construction activity, we urge travelers to plan accordingly to ensure a seamless and stress-free flight.”
On both the departure and arrival levels of Terminal 1, the roadway lane closest to the terminal, and curbside area, will close to accommodate construction activity. Details are as follows:
The connecting walkway between International Boarding Area A and Terminal 1 will also be closed for construction activity on Monday, October 24th. Passengers will need to use AirTrain to transfer between International Boarding Area A and Terminal 1.
Tips for connecting between terminals
The ticket counters for Southwest Airlines will move from their current location to a location closer to Frontier and Delta Airlines. There are no changes to the ticker counter location for Frontier and Delta Airlines.