Look what showed up for official unveiling of the newly renovated Terminal 2 at San Francisco International Airport:
StuckatTheAirport.com readers have gotten a sneak peek of many of the features of T2 over the past two weeks (see here and here and here) but the completed facility was officially shown off today to dignitaries and media folks.
Passengers flying on American Airlines and Virgin America will be the only ones who get to enjoy the new terminal, but in addition to the art, amenities and services described here earlier (see the links above), here are a few more photos of what’s inside.
Many works of art that were in the original Terminal 2 have been reinstalled, including this piece from 1983 by Dan Snyder:
(Photo by Bruce Damonte, courtesy San Francisco Arts Commission)
The terminal has a ‘recompose’ area just past the security checkpoint:
Restrooms with Ann Sacks tiles, Dyson hand dryers and, space to put down your stuff.
Plenty of “Egg” chairs and other comfortable seating areas, work spaces, free Wi-Fi and (yes they counted them) 341 duplex outlets in the main hold room at at the communal tables:
There are also outlets on each column in the terminal and on some of the walls.
An audio tour of T2 has been commissioned by the San Francisco Arts Commission and will be available shortly.