Since the start of September, the city has been moving forwards with a phased reopening process for certain activities, usually at a more gradual pace than the rest of the state.
United Airlines has announced it will launch a new daily non-stop service from Dublin to its hub at San Francisco International Airport, beginning June 6th.
The first airport terminal in the world named after a member of the LGBTQ+ community, it has floor-to-ceiling windows that darken and lighten according to sunlight as well as circular openings in the ceiling - called oculi - that let light in.
Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts has been selected by an affiliate of Westbrook Partners to manage its hotel in the 345 California Centre building in San Francisco’s financial district.
San Francisco will be the TAP’s eighth destination in North America and the third new destination for TAP in the United States next year.
Slated for completion in 2020, Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission Street, San Francisco, will combine spacious living and distinctive elegance with legendary Four Seasons personalised services.
Beginning April 30th, customers traveling in United Polaris, the airline’s international premium cabin travel experience, will be able to relax and dine prior to their travels or refresh upon arrival in the new United Polaris lounge at San Francisco International Airport conveniently located in the International Terminal near Gate G92.
Hong Kong Airlines has celebrated the launch of its new A350 service to San Francisco. The City by the Bay becomes the airline’s third destination in North America, following the successful launch of services to Vancouver and Los Angeles in 2017.
Having visited both Los Angeles and Las Vegas on a road trip through the American west, Billie Hakansson and her father Mark here embark on the final stage of their tour, along Highway 1 on route to San Francisco.
Norwegian has announced it will launch flights from Rome to three cities in the United States – Los Angeles, New York City/Newark and Oakland/San Francisco from November.
The US department of transportation’s Federal Transit Administration has awarded $75 million in federal grant funds for construction of the Van Ness Bus Rapid Transit Project in San Francisco. The project is designed to significantly improve transit service in one of the busiest bus corridors in the city.