Glenn brotman: airfield operations phone 650-821-3349 and fax 650-821-4670. Dennis reed: airport operations coordinator phone 650-821-3341.
No grooving exists at airport runway intersections.
Runway 10 preferred runway between 0100-0600 weather and flight conditions permitting.
Airline pilots shall strictly follow the painted nose gear lines and no oversteering adjustment is permitted.
Personnel and equipment working approach end runways 28L, 28R, 19L indefinitely.
Runways 01L/19R, 01R/19L, 10R/28L, 10L/28R grooved full length except at runway intersections.
B747, B777, A330, A340 or larger aircraft are restricted from using taxiway A1 when B747-400, A340-600, or larger aircraft are holding short of runway 1R on taxiway A.
Ramp closed to aircraft with wingspans over 117 ft at terminal 1, gate C41 indefinitely.
All outbound taxiway yankee heavy aircraft with A wingspan of 171 ft. Or greater under power prohibited from entering westbound taxiway zulu.
Flocks of birds feeding along shoreline adjacent to airport; on occasions fly across various parts of the airport.
Simultaneous operations in effect all runways.
Taxiway Z1 nbnd entrance closed to runway 10R for jet aircraft and four engine turboprops.
Assc surveillance system in use. Pilots should operate transponders with mode C on all taxiways and runways.
High speed taxiway (T) grooved full width between runway 28R and 28L.
Noise sensitive airport; for noise abatement procedures contact airport noise office monday - friday 0800-1700 by calling 650-821-5100.
747-400'S shall taxi at A speed of less than 10 mph on all non-restricted taxiways on the terminal side of the intersecting runways. Movement speed of not more than 5 mph is required when two 747-400'S pass or overtake each other on parallel taxiways A and B.
Several runway hold position signs are on the right rather than the left side of the taxiways.