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Featured Lots – Anza at SFO and ExtraCar at SEA/TSC

Anza Parking San Francisco International Airport

This week, we’re excited to bring you the first installment of our new and ongoing program to highlight some of our best parking partners from around the US and Canada!

Our first featured lots are in the super-busy travel hubs of San Francisco and Seattle.

United Bringing Daily Service Between DCA & SFO

Good news for you double-coasters… Beginning mid-May, United will offer nonstop service between Reagan Washington National and San Francisco International Airports. Read on, and happy travels!

http://www.sacbee.com/2012/03/06/4315564/united-airlines-to-introduce-reagan.html

The Best Airports for Not Flying

We don’t know anyone who gets excited about going to the airport because of all the delicious food and fun things to do.

That said, when I was in college and regularly flying in and out of Pittsburgh Airport, the plethora of mall-stores and decent eateries made it a nice place to get bumped.

Check out this list of five US airports that are doing a good job on the shops-and-eateries front. (Even a couple of lounges with free WiFi and pet parks! Get it together, Pittsburgh!)

Google Takes the Guesswork out of Navigating the Airport

Leave it to the geniuses at Google to turn their mapping powers onĀ airports!

It’s just for Android right now, and only for a handful of cities – but anything that means not having to look at that maze of signage is a good idea as far as we’re concerned.

And they’re doing it for IKEA too.

We. Heart. Google.

SFO Airport Celebrates Going Green

San Francisco International Airport has held a green opening for its totally revamped Terminal 2.

The terminal was constructed in part from recycled materials. The terminals toilets flush with reclaimed water, ‘open air’ design minimize the need for excessive lighting and the terminals vendor proudly sell organic food products. The terminal has already picked up much acclaim as well as awards for its forward thinking and sustainable expansion.

After 14 years and 380 million dollars the terminal marks a clear departure from traditional airport terminals. In addition to its environmental credentials the new ‘T2′ points a way to the future with high end dining, aqua stations to refill water bottles, a spa and massage area and funky, fresh design and innovation throughout. American airline and Virgin America which is based at T2 is hoping they will capture greater market share as travellers will want to start their journey in style and comfort at the revamped terminal.