Next section of new terminal activated with changes for JetBlue, Southwest passengers
SAN FRANCISCO – April 27, 2020 – The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) announced that the opening of the next phase of Harvey Milk Terminal 1 will resume after a postponement caused by the COVID-19 crisis. The Airport has remained open for essential travel.
The schedule of changes is as follows:
Tuesday, April 28th
• JetBlue moves to new ticket counter and baggage claim locations in Harvey Milk Terminal 1.
Thursday, April 30th
• Southwest moves to new ticket counter and baggage claim locations in Harvey Milk Terminal 1.
In accordance with the San Francisco Stay Safe at Home Order, which defines construction related to airport operations as essential, construction crews continued to work on the Harvey Milk Terminal 1 project to ensure the next phase is ready for activation.
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