Southwest resumes service to SFO airport
Air carrier Southwest Airlines Co. on Friday said it will resume service to San Francisco International Airport.
The company said it is in talks with the airport and aims to return in early fall.
Southwest stopped flying to SFO in 2001 after almost 20 years of service to the airport. It said facility and runway constraints made the low-cost carrier unable to compete and be profitable at the time.
Southwest said the decision does not affect its 142 daily departures from Oakland International airport or its 77 daily departures from Norman Y Mineta San Jose International airport.