airlinewatcher1 wrote:On October 16, we implemented a new and improved gate numbering system.
The previous gate numbering system was a continuous numbering system across all terminals and concourses, from 1 to 102.
The new gate numbering system breaks it down to specific concourses within each terminal using an alpha-numeric format with a letter corresponding to the concourse (A—G), and a sequential number relative to its location from the checkpoint to the end of the concourse.
•International Terminal A Gates are A1 – A15, and G Gates are G1 – G14
•Harvey Milk Terminal 1 B Gates are B1- B27, and C Gates are C1 – C11
•Terminal 2 D Gates are D1 – D18, and
•Terminal 3 E Gates are E1 – E13, and F Gates are F1 – F22
simairlinenet wrote:Curiously, there are now lots of gate 13's. Very uncommon in the U.S.
rjsampson wrote:Really? I've never seen omissions of gate "13" in terminals. The US isn't superstitious about numbers... in the way certain Asian countries are.
Unless... are you remarking on the fact that there aren't a lot of US Airports, with multiple terminals that have 12+ gates each?
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