More than 37.4 million passengers traveled through SFO last year, an increase of 4.5 percent from 2007, according to SFO director of community affairs Michael McCarron.
Updated at 10:45 AM PST on Wednesday, Mar 16, 2011
A marriage that seems like it should have been consummated years ago is now just becoming official.
The San Francisco International Airport will feature free Wi-Fi as a permanent fixture.
The SFO Airport Commission approved a contract Tuesday with the Advanced Wireless Group to provide free Wi-Fi, according to the San Francisco Examiner.
SFO's contract with T-Mobile expired last June and there was no long term agreement to move the service forward.
Published at 10:41 AM PST on Mar 16, 2011