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Airport tower is casualty of FAA standoff
Oakland airport BART tram to open in fall 2014  The 3.2-mile automated rail link between the airport and the Coliseum/Oakland Airport Station is expected to open on time sometime in the f... Oakland airport travel down, passengers up at SFO  Despite spending nearly a half-billion dollars to upgrade its terminals, OAK has seen its annual passenger count plunge by almost 5 million since... United ends Oakland service

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  United Airlines will depart Oakland International Airport in June, ending service to the Bay Area's second-largest airport after 75 years

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  Labor leaders say a new air traffic control tower and scores of Bay Area construction workers have become casualties of the partisan standoff

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  Moffett Field: Airship Ventures offers 1- and 2-hour flights out of Moffett and OAK. A standard 1-hour flight is $495 per person and 2 hours is $950

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Jun.13 Continental to end flights to Oakland
  Continental Airlines will discontinue service and other smaller domestic markets, on Sept. 3 as it struggles with sky-high fuel costs May.5 American To Discontinue Flights At OAK  American Airlines is discontinuing service to Oakland effective Sept. 3 because soaring fuel costs Mar.13 Southwest Grounds Jets  Southwest Airlines grounded 41 planes in the wake of its recent admission that it had missed required inspections of some planes

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Apr.2 New Terminal Moves Forward At Airport
  Officials at International Airport are looking at the possibility of adding another terminal

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Sep.23 Man sues Southwest
  Oakland: A passenger is claiming its employees humiliated him when they asked him to buy a second seat because he was too large Sep.10 Alaska Air shuts base, 340 laid off
  Alaska Airlines announced cost- cutting moves to save up to $35 million per year

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Jul.13 Additional workers to ease long lines
  SJC: Transportation Security Administration to hire screeners that will be placed at 30 airports including Oakland and San Jose Jun.18 Construction Delays for Travelers  Construction crews will be installing new electrical lines, part of the $1.6 billion airport expansion Apr.16 UAL maintenance facility threatened  A United Airlines facility may close, putting 700 mechanics out of work Apr.5 New airfield system  The Surface Movement Guidance Control System wil improve safety and decrease traveler frustration Jan.14 Boarding passes required to get through
  All international passengers will be required to obtain boarding passes to allow through the security checkpoint

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Oct.8   First 88 federal baggage screeners  Screeners will work in the airport's north terminal as part of a phased-in transition that will likely last until Nov. 19 Sep.11   Two-thirds of normal at Airport  22,000 people were expected to fly in and out. Security was stepped up at Oakland Aug.25 Job Fair For Airport Security Screeners  All airport screeners have to be U.S. citizens by November 19th Jul.27 Passenger numbers are on rise  In 2001 11.4 million passengers served and by year end 2002 12 million passengers expected Jul.19 Lau named Airport's security director  Former Police Chief Fred Lau's appointment was announced by U.S. Transportation Secretary Mineta

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Nov.20 Private security to be moved out  Presence of law enforcementto to be increase and the role of a private security firm decrease Jul.26 Hazardous waste violations  EPA fines Alaska Airlines $84,500 for improperly storing hazardous waste at maintenance facility

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