Thanksgiving Travel At Levels Not Seen Since 2007The holiday travel rush is in full swing, and travel experts say they expect more people to leave home for Thanksgiving this year than in any single year dating back to 2007.
Increased Security Presence Greets Thanksgiving TravelersMore people are expected to leave home for this Thanksgiving holiday week than in the past eight years.
Travelers Frustrated By Limited Garage Parking At Sacramento International AirportThose flying out of the airport have three parking options, the daily economy lot, the more expensive hourly lot and the ever-popular garage.
Southwest Airlines Says It Fixed Technical Glitch Causing Flight DelaysIf you have a Southwest Airlines flight to catch this morning, plan to arrive extra early.
Sacramento Airport Turns Into Crime Scene For Emergency TrainingThe two hour drill took months to prepare, the exercise included active shooter with casualties and injuries, a bomb squad deactivating an IED and multi-agency communication.
Uber Service Goes Into Effect At Sacramento International AirportTravelers now have a new and cheaper way to get to and from Sacramento International Airport. Uber is now able to to pick up and drop off passengers at the airport.
American Airlines Jet Fixed, Resumes Journey To SacramentoAn American Airlines jet that made an emergency landing in West Texas after reporting engine trouble has been fixed and resumed its flight to California.
Plane Held On Taxiway At Sacramento International Airport After Reported Bomb ThreatAuthorities swept through a plane at Sacramento International Airport after a reported bomb threat Saturday evening.
Woman's Suitcase Arrives At Sacramento International Airport In ShredsWhen a local woman went to the baggage claim at Sacramento International Airport, she found her bag was ripped to shreds.
New Restaurants, Updated Lounge Coming To Terminal A At SMFTerminal A at Sacramento International Airport is getting a facelift.
Sacramento Airport Runway Cleanup Hailed As One Of The Nation's BestThe Federal Aviation Administration requires all airports to keep runways clear of the debris, but the agency says Sacramento International Airport’s program is the best in the business. The runways are visually inspected three times a day, a sweeper truck clears them once a day, and four times a year, dozens walk to inspect the runways.
Road Rage Incident Leads To Shooting Near Sacramento AirportInvestigators are looking into a possible road rage incident after one driver fired at another driver on Interstate 5 Tuesday morning.