[Skip to Content]
Port of Oakland Mobile Logo
Full Menu

Oakland International Airport gears up for busy Labor Day holiday weekend

Oakland, Calif. – August 29, 2019: Oakland International Airport (OAK) expects to be bustling this Labor Day holiday weekend, which traditionally marks the unofficial end of the summer travel season. OAK anticipates welcoming approximately 191,500 passengers during the five-day period beginning today, August 29, through Monday, September 2.  Peak travel for the holiday weekend is expected to be Monday,… Read More

Read Full Article...

New event at Jack London Square Saturday

Oakland, Calif. – August 21, 2019: For the first time Jack London Square  welcomes the Oakland M.O.V.E.ment Festival (Motivating Others, Valuing Everyone), a fitness-focused event, to the waterfront this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This free, family-friendly community day is in its third year. The festival is focused on inspiring people of all ages… Read More

Read Full Article...

Jabbrrbox introduces private workspace pods at Oakland International Airport

Oakland, Calif. – Aug. 16, 2019:  Jabbrrbox, a workspace solutions company, has today announced its launch at Oakland International Airport (OAK) in Terminal 2. Two new booths provide on-demand, technology-equipped private workspaces to over 13 million passengers that travel through OAK every year. Jabbrrbox is equipped with a desk and seating, and features Wi-Fi, USB charging,… Read More

Read Full Article...

Southwest to expand Hawaii service at Oakland International Airport

Oakland, Calif. – Aug. 16, 2019:  Southwest Airlines has announced that beginning January 2020, the airline will add two new long-haul destinations at Oakland International Airport (OAK) – Lihue, Kauai Island and Kona on the Island of Hawaii. Service to Kona (KOA) will operate four times weekly on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. Service to Lihue… Read More

Read Full Article...

Port of Oakland set all-time import cargo record in July

Oakland, Calif. – Aug. 9, 2019: Last month was the busiest in the Port of Oakland’s 92-year history for containerized import cargo.  The Port said today it handled the equivalent of 90,598 20-foot import containers in July.  It was the first time ever that Oakland import volume had crossed the 90,000-container threshold in a single… Read More

Read Full Article...

Port of Oakland unsure of peak season volume but ready to go

Oakland, Calif. – Aug. 6, 2019: Uncertainty clouds the peak season container shipping outlook with more threatened tariffs on Chinese imports to the U.S. looming.  But the Port of Oakland said today that there’s no uncertainty about handling the annual August-November cargo rush. “The Port is operating efficiently, ships are getting in-and-out on time and… Read More

Read Full Article...