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Helicopter helps find suspect who drove authorities to pursue San Antonio

The hunt began around 10:45. when San Antonio police attempted to arrest the suspect near Medical Drive and Babcock Road, because he was under arrest warrant. The hunt began around 10:45. when San Antonio police attempted to arrest the suspect… Continue Reading →

Storm in San Francisco Bay: Air travel from San Francisco and Oakland airports remains difficult

While a new wave of rain from an "atmospheric river" brought more rain from rain buckets in the Bay Area on Thursday, air passengers and motorists continued to feel the after-effects . Airplanes at San Francisco and Oakland International Airports… Continue Reading →

San Jose Airport reaches a record 14.3 million passengers

SAN JOSE – The Mineta San Jose International Airport has recorded a record number of passengers in 2018, officials said Monday from municipal aviation. The airport welcomed 14.3 million passengers last year, an increase of 14.7% compared to the total… Continue Reading →

The Des Moines International Airport Loses Its Direct Flight To San Francisco

Kevin Hardy Monks Sign up Posted at 8:10 pm EST February 11, 2019 The Des Moines International Airport lost its only direct flight to San Francisco International Airport. Frontier Airlines has announced the addition of a non-stop seasonal flight between… Continue Reading →

Battle hovers over the possibility of taller buildings near the San Jose International Airport

Google plans to build a large campus in San Jose in the coming years and a boom in downtown development. The fight for the construction of taller buildings near the airport is raging. The City Council is due to vote… Continue Reading →

NTSB to investigate three-alarm gas fire in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – The National Transportation Safety Board announced Thursday the dispatch of a team to the scene of the gas fire with three alarms in San Francisco's Inner Richmond neighborhood to investigate. About 300 residents were without… Continue Reading →

San José: the mayor meets with Elon Musk's Boring Company for the airport tunnel

CLICK HERE if you're having trouble viewing photos or videos on a mobile device Imagine visitors arriving in San José getting off the airport in an underground tunnel, boarding a driverless car or other gear and zooming south a few… Continue Reading →

San Jose Airport and Food Bank Provide Assistance to Federal Workers on Leave

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) – The Mineta San Jose International Airport and the Second Harvest Food Bank on Wednesday organized donations of food and supplies to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. The city estimates that about 500… Continue Reading →

Girl Up members in San Antonio help children of unpaid TSA workers

The four teenage girls were working hard at the San Antonio International Airport on Wednesday night, loading a car with all the belongings collected for Transportation Safety Administration staff who had been working without pay for more than a year…. Continue Reading →

Flight from Honolulu to San Diego with Alaska Airlines

John Brand takes a seat aboard ASA892 flight from Alaska Airlines, connecting Honolulu to San Diego. L & # 39; air: A 737-800. Class: Economy, but "extra comfort". What made my "Extra Comfort" seat, is that the absence of hard… Continue Reading →

Green light in San Jose covering the wages of TSA workers during the closure of the government

Transportation Safety Administration workers and other federal employees working at the San Jose International Airport could soon benefit from a lightening of the government's closure that put an end to their pay checks. At a special meeting on Wednesday afternoon,… Continue Reading →

San Jose approves payments to airport workers during the closure of the government

SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) – The city of San Jose took action on Wednesday to help employees of troubled federal airports pay their bills when the government closed. City Council members approved a plan to provide short-term, interest-free loans to… Continue Reading →

San Jose plans to cover salaries of local TSA workers when government closes

As the federal government's closure continues, San Jose is exploring ways to pay transportation security screening officers and other federal employees currently working without pay at the San Jose International Airport. City Council will hold a special meeting Wednesday afternoon… Continue Reading →

Southwest Airlines co-founder buried in San Antonio

By Fares Sabawi, mySanAntonio.com Update 2:34 pm EST, Wednesday, January 9, 2019 Herb Kelleher, Southwest Airlines Herb Kelleher, Southwest Airlines Photo: Archives Express-News Photo: Archives Express-News Herb Kelleher, Southwest Airlines Herb Kelleher, Southwest Airlines Photo: Archives Express-News Southwest Airlines co-founder… Continue Reading →

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