The impact of Hurricane Sandy on local business and commerce has been fairly light.
Sacramento International Airport has closed nearly 2,000 spots in its economy parking lot, officials said. That section of the lot had been in temporary use; it is in deteriorated condition and is subject to flooding.
On-time arrivals at Sacramento International Airport and other U.S. airports declined in June, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation's latest statistics.
Sacramento International is poised to become the third major U.S. airport in the post-Sept. 11 era to employ private security at checkpoints instead of federal agents.
Sacramento County supervisors decided Tuesday to open up the airport taxi business to more than one company, but some companies questioned whether the selection process will be fair.
Sacramento International Airport has received an $8 million grant from the Federal Aviation Administration to help finance recent expansion, Rep. Doris Matsui announced Thursday.
Sacramento International Airport announced this week it has installed new-generation electric vehicle charging stations on each floor of the parking garage that serves passenger terminals A and B.
Lawrence Argent's "Leap" the centerpiece sculpture at the Sacramento International Airport best known as the "Red Rabbit" has garnered a national award.
It took Josh Hunter three separate planes, two connections and a two-hour drive to get from Mobile, Ala., to Cincinnati at Easter. When he added it all up, his 720-mile trip had lasted 12 hours the same it would have taken him to drive.
Sacramento International Airport officials have been given the go-ahead to move forward on a proposal for private development of two midsize hotels on airport property.
A passenger security checkpoint in Terminal B at Sacramento International Airport was closed for less than an hour Saturday morning when five people passed through the checkpoint while it was unstaffed.
Sacramento airport security lines are now a bit shorter for a few passengers. Sacramento International Airport officials Thursday announced the airport and airlines have opened a "preferred customer" priority line at federal security checkpoints in both terminals.
A computer malfunction caused a two-hour-plus closure of Sacramento International Airport's automated people mover Thursday morning, forcing fliers to make a six-minute trek on an elevated outdoor ramp to and from their planes.
Sacramento International Airport might get that shiny new hotel after all maybe even two of them.
For the third time since its launch earlier this month, one of the two automated people mover cars at Sacramento International Airport was shut down for repairs Wednesday evening, causing some passenger delays. But nobody reported missing a flight as a result, airport officials said.
Sacramentans have a big new airport terminal. Starting Sunday, they'll pay a bigger parking bill to help finance it.
There are 14 new food and beverage outlets and 10 retail shops. Most are in the Concourse B building. Others are on the third floor of Central Terminal B, where meeters and greeters can await arrivals. There's even a newsstand-style store and a coffee outlet in the baggage claim area.
Nearly 6,000 Sacramentans are expected to attend two sold-out grand opening parties this weekend for Sacramento International Airport's $1 billion expansion.
It seems miraculous. Even as a deep recession froze construction around the region, Sacramento County pulled off the biggest public works project in local history, a $1 billion airport expansion.
Sacramento business leaders got a sneak preview of the new Sacramento International Airport terminal Thursday night, causing more than a few to declare themselves transported.