We’re always happy here at Stuck at the Airport to hear about cool new amenities in the terminals.
A new addition to celebrate is San Francisco International Airport’s recently-opened post-security observation deck for travlers.
The 2,997 square foot outdoor terrace has wooden chairs, tables, chaise lounges, bronze sculptures and a nice collection of drought-tolerant plants.
Ten-foot bird-safe glass panels provide wind protection for passengers, but don’t get in the way of the view up into the skies to see planes taking off and landing.
Want to go?
SFO’s new outdoor terrace is open from 7:00 am to 11:30 pm every day. It is accessible to passengers in Terminal 3 via a secure connecting walkway.
Looking ahead: SFO plans to open another obervation deck in October 2019.
That one will be located pre-security in Terminal 2 and will be accessible to the general public – no boarding pass required.
Of course, now we need to make a list of all the other airports that have Observation Decks. Can you help out?