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Coming Soon - Great New Dining Options in the International Terminal

Guests will soon be able to enjoy a taste of these Bay Area restaurants

SFO has a simple philosophy for its dining program:  “Reflect the culinary lifestyle of the Bay Area.”  Travelers at SFO are greeted with the same wide variety of convenient, healthy, and artisan eateries that makes the Bay Area one of the best places in the world to eat.  Cuisine from around the world can be found in our terminals, and most of these restaurants actually originated in the San Francisco Bay Area.  So whether you're in the mood for pizza, sushi, burgers, deli sandwiches, a cold brew, or just a good cup of coffee, the International Terminal will have it all.

Pre-Security Post-Security Boarding Area A
24th & Mission St Gott's Roadside
Burger Joint Valencia St Station
Koi Palace  
Pick Up Stix Post-Security Boarding Area G
Potrero Grill 1300 On Fillmore
Roasting Plant Joe and the Juice
Samovar Napa Farms Market
Starbucks Mustards Grill
Tapas & Taps Mum Fresh
Wendy's Tomokazu

The new locations will open in phases from 2016 through 2017.  For more information, visit International Terminal Dining.


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SFO Releases Latest Economic Impact, Fiscal Year Statistics

Airport generates more than 39,000 direct jobs, $7.8B in business activity

SFO has released updated economic impact data, demonstrating the significant contribution the airport makes to Bay Area economies.  This latest report, which summarizes the 2015 Fiscal Year, highlights the following:

  • SFO directly accounted for more than $7.8 billion in business activity in the 2015 Fiscal Year, and nearly 39,000 jobs.  The previous report noted $6.3 billion in business activity and 36,400 direct jobs.
  • Factoring off-site business activities that depend directly on local air service for staff movements, cargo deliveries, or visitor spending, SFO contributes $34.6 billion in business sales with approximately 158,400 jobs to Bay Area economies.
  • The direct and indirect spin-off activities associated with suppliers of goods and services to directly affected businesses, and the re-spending of additional worker income on consumer goods and services, raises the total regional economic impact to nearly $61.7 billion in business sales, including $20.7 billion in total payroll and over 295,300 jobs.

“These latest economic impact figures make clear that SFO continues to be a major economic engine, powering jobs and revenue in the Bay Area”, said San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee.  “Increased air traffic at SFO is good for travelers, but it also means more jobs and more business activity for our local communities.”

SFO also reported the following for the 2015-2016 Fiscal Year:

  • SFO set another new all-time traffic record, serving over 51.4 million passengers.  The Airport previously reported a new record of 50 million passengers during the 2015 calendar year.
  • SFO added service to eight new international destinations during the 2015-2016 Fiscal Year, including first-ever nonstop service to Delhi on Air India, Singapore on United, and Nadi on Fiji Airways.

For more information, visit: Airport Economic Impact.


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