Friday, September 10, 2010

American Airlines SFO domestic operations to move to new Terminal 2

American Airlines will in the spring of 2011 relocate it's domestic operations at San Francisco International Airport (SFO/KSFO) to Terminal 2 from its current location in Terminal 3. American will have 14 ticket counter positions and 20 self-service machines in the newly constructed 575,000-sq.-ft. terminal, as well as a 9,000-sq.-ft. AA Admirals Club lounge.

The new terminal, which is expected to receive Silver LEED certification under the US Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Designs program, will feature six security screening lanes, free Wi-Fi throughout the terminal, lounge areas, 12 restaurants and nine retail stores, American said.

"We are pleased to relocate into a brand-new space that is both functional for our customers and employees, and is environmentally friendly in its design," said American SVP-Airport Services Tom Del Valle. "The LEED-certified terminal will allow us to provide exceptional customer service while reducing our environmental impact."

(Christine Boynton- ATWOnline News)

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