@SFOMuseum Instagram Posts tagged #airport This is SFO Museum's archive of the @SFOMuseum Instagram account. There are 49 posts and this is page 1 of 5.

#Onthisday in 2011, the newly renovated Terminal 2 opened at SFO. This image was posted on April 13, 2022. #sfohistory #airport #japonisme
The Pan American Airways Marine Air Terminal on Dinner Key in the Coconut Grove section of Miami, Florida, was considered a milestone of design in commercial aviation when it opened #onthisday in 1934. This image was posted on March 25, 2022. #panam #dinnerkey #avgeek #aviationhistory #airport #postcard
Ever wonder what it was like to drive into @flysfo in 1962? This image was posted on December 28, 2021. #sfohistory #sfhistory #1960s #airport
As airline travel became more reliable during the 1930s, San Francisco’s airport initiated major improvements to keep pace. This image was posted on November 23, 2021. #sfohistory #millsfield #airport #avgeek #aviationhistory
Over SFO’s 94 years in operation, the airport has changed dramatically. This image was posted on October 18, 2021. #millsfieldsfo #sfohistory #avgeek #aviationhistory #airport
By September 21, 1927, Hangar No. 1 at Mills Field was completed. This image was posted on September 23, 2021. #sfo #sfohistory #avgeek #aviationhistory #airport
Beyond the view of the passenger hall of the 1937 Administration Building, were a restaurant, beverage room, and kitchen. This image was posted on June 08, 2021. #sfohistory #airport #1930s #architecturaldrawing
Are you as excited as we are that the Sky Terrace @flysfo is reopening? This image was posted on May 25, 2021. #sfo1954 #sfohistory #skyterrace #airport #avgeek
#OnThisDay in 1927, Mills Field was officially dedicated. This image was posted on May 07, 2021. #sfohistory #sfhistory #airport #aviationhistory #avgeek
Given how much and how quickly airports have evolved, it’s almost unfathomable to think that one of the buildings from the era of the 1937 Administrative Building remained until 1997. This image was posted on April 06, 2021. #sfohistory #airport #architecture #terminaltuesday
The San Francisco Airport of yore paid just as much attention to detail to the look and feel of its passenger areas as it does today. This image was posted on March 23, 2021. #terminaltuesday #sfohistory #airport #airportarchitecture #1930s
As the commercial aviation industry grew in the early 1930s, it became apparent that San Francisco Airport needed to enlarge and enhance their passenger facilities. This image was posted on March 16, 2021. #terminaltuesday #sfohistory #airport #airportarchitechture #1930s