San Francisco Terminal One redevelopment starts
Work on a $2.4bn project that will completely redevelop Terminal 1 at San Francisco International Airport gets underway towards the end of this month.
Work to rebuild Terminal 1 at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) starts at the end of this month. The current building is used by Southwest Airlines, Frontier and Delta Air Lines, and will be partially demolished to make way for a new central check in and security lobby, and an enlarged baggage reclaim area. The boarding areas will also be renovated and extended, airbridges will be replaced at 24 gates, new retail concessions opened, and a mezzanine will connect the terminal to the AirTrain station and car parks. The $2.4bn project commenced on June 29 and is part of SFO’s 10 year $4.1bn capital improvement programme, which should be complete by 2024. A temporary facility will accommodate some airlines and concessions while work on Terminal 1 is underway.
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