As many as 1,500 food and beverage workers that serve three major airlines at San Francisco International Airport are prepared to go on strike once their union is released by the National Mediation Board. Betty Yu reports. (6-16-2019)

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Hundreds Of Food Service Workers At SFO Prepared To StrikeAs many as 1,500 food and beverage workers that serve three major airlines at San Francisco International Airport are prepared to go on strike once their union is released by the National Mediation Board. Betty Yu reports. (6-16-2019)
Recent San Mateo County Measles Cases Have Direct Ties To SFOCalifornia has seen the highest number of measles cases since 1993. San Mateo County has reported 4 cases of measles so far, all of which have a direct tie to San Francisco International Airport. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-11-2019)
Scholar With Stanford Ties Found Dead In Bathroom At SFOThe body of a well-respected East Asian scholar with ties to Stanford was discovered inside the Cathay Pacific Airlines lounge bathroom at San Francisco International Airport. Andria Borba reports. (5-8-2019)
41 Dead In Fiery Plane Landing At Moscow AirportIt was a harrowing scene on the runway at Moscow Airport as a passenger plane coming in for a landing wound up engulfed in flames. Russian authorities confirmed that 41 people are dead. CBS News's Mola Lenghi reports. (5-5-2019)
Plane With 143 Aboard Crashes Into River in Jacksonville, No DeathsA charter plane carrying 143 people and traveling from Cuba to north Florida ended up in a river at the end of a runway Friday night, though no critical injuries or deaths were reported. (5-3-19)
SFO To Add Ride Share Passenger Pick Up Zone To Ease Curbside TrafficThis summer, SFO will implement a new Ride App Pick Up Garage Zone for passengers using Uber and Lyft in an effort to cut down the curbside chaos that plagues the airport. Kiet Do reports. (4-30-2019)
Aviation Startup Aims to Cut Bay Area Commute Via Flying TaxisBlade is part of a growing number of startups -- including Uber -- competing in the short-range aerial rideshare space.. Betty Yu reports. (3-29-19)
San Francisco At The Forefront Of Detecting Dangerous DronesA San Francisco company and San Francisco International Airport are at the forefront of new airport security solutions dealing with stray drones. Sharon Chin reports. (3-26-2019)
1st Southwest Flight To Hawaii Takes Off From Oakland InternationalThe first Southwest Airlines flight to Hawaii took off from Oakland International Airport on Sunday morning. People aboard were pretty excited, but it will also affect everyone traveling to the islands. John Ramos reports. (3-17-2019)

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Bay Area Aviation Expert Believes Grounded Boeing Jetliner Is SafeRetired pilot and accident investigator Capt. Dick Deeds believes the Boeing 737 is safe, and the decision to ground them was premature. Maria Medina reports. (3-14-19)
New High-Rise Buildings In San Jose Could Affect Flight Paths At AirportSan Jose is set to loosen its restrictions on high-rise buildings downtown, but the changes could affect flight paths at Mineta San Jose International Airport. Devin Fehely reports. (3-10-2019)
Southwest Declares 'Operational Emergency' As Weather, Labor Woes MountThe nation's largest domestic carrier has seen an unusually high number of planes grounded; bad weather and a labor dispute between the airline and the mechanics' union are to blame. Maria Medina reports. (2-21-19)
Airport, Airline Play Blame Game Over Aeromexico Flight Held on Oakland TarmacIt's either Oakland International Airport or the lack of customs agents but passengers also blame the pilot and flight crew for escalating what was already a difficult situation. Da Lin reports. (1-11-19)
2 Detained After Aeromexico Flight Is Stuck for Hours on Oakland TarmacTwo passengers on an Aeromexico flight were detained Thursday and others called 911 to say they were being held against their will as the plane sat for hours on the tarmac at Oakland International Airport. Joe Vazquez reports. (1-10-19)
Air Traffic Controllers Warn of Shutdown-Caused Disruptions, DelaysAir traffic controllers warned travelers Thursday that there will be flight delays that could worsen if the government shutdown continues. Maria Medina reports. (1-10-19)
Aeromexico Flight Diverted, Delayed at Oakland AirportAn Aeromexico jet headed to San Francisco International Airport from Guadalajara was diverted to Oakland International Airport Thursday because of fog, with a subsequent hours-long delay leading to passenger desperation and two arrests. Emily Turner reports. (1-10-19)
Bay Area Airports See Heavy Holiday Getaway TrafficThe rush to get out of town for the holidays is in full swing and KPIX 5's Betty Yu is monitoring the annual madness at Oakland International Airport. (12-20-18)
Safety System Helps Stop Southwest Jet's Skid On Burbank RunwayA Southwest Airlines plane skidded off the runway Thursday during rainy weather at Hollywood Burbank Airport in Burbank. Devin Fehely reports. (12-6-18)
Many Jet Airliners Unequipped to Filter Toxic Cabin AirAs the holiday travel season approaches, there is a danger airline passengers should be aware of: cabin air can get contaminated and make you sick. Susie Steimle reports. (11-15-18)
SFO Works to Reduce Airplane NoiseSFO is trying to do something about airplane noise after getting a lot of complaints lately from people on the Peninsula. The airport is testing a system that changes how planes make their approaches. Devin Fehely reports. (10-4-18)
San Jose Mineta International To Test New TSA Security TechnologySan Jose Mineta International is ground zero for the TSA to test new security technology. Maria Medina has details on the surveillance study.
Flight from Oakland to Maui Plagued by Dual SnafusTrouble on the way to paradise: it all started when a teen accidentally sent out a grisly photo that grounded the plane in Oakland. When it finally took off for Maui -- a can of pepper spray deployed in the cabin. Mary Lee reports. (8-31-18)
Alaska Air Grounds Virgin Air Flights at SFOOn Thursday night, Alaska Air canceled a dozen flights after airline operators discovered that visual inspections hadn't been performed on 23 Virgin Airbus jetliners so the airline grounded them all. Susie Steimle reports. (8-17-18)
Girl Missing from Airport Before Flight to Bay Area Found with ParentsA girl from China who disappeared from Reagan National Airport before she was supposed to travel to the Bay Area with her school group has been found. Susie Steimle reports. (8-3-18)
Silicon Valley Company Preps Affordable Flying CarCBS senior West Coast correspondent John Blackstone got an exclusive sneak peek at a "personal aviation vehicle" so easy to fly you don't need a pilot license. (7-12-18)
100-Year-Old Pilot Flies High With a Little Help From Her FriendsMayetta Behringer, a pioneering female aviator in San Jose, turned 100 last month and was honored by fellow women pilots with an emotional return to the Northern California skies. Devin Fehely reports. (6-10-18)
Vintage Biplanes Mark a Century of AirmailThree vintage biplanes are retracing the historic West Coast airmail route from San Diego to Seattle. On Tuesday, the planes made a stop at Buchanan Field. John Ramos reports. (5-15-18)
Amy Sewell Gives Tips To Make Summer Travel Hassle-FreeLifestyle expert Amy Sewell talks to BAF host Michelle Griego about ways to make summer travel hassle-free.
At Issue: Close Calls at AirportsCongressman Mark DeSaulnier is calling for an investigation into airline close-calls at airports around the country. Also, he discusses a recently-released Democratic memo rebutting the so-called Nunes memo, both of which deal with FBI investigation of Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential race. (2-25-18)

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