There will soon be a measure on the local ballots in San Francisco to add the name Harvey Milk to its name, making the airport named "Harvey Milk San Francisco International Airport". While there have been other figures who have had airports named after them, Milk would be the first person in the LGBT community who would be honoured as such. this topic was brought up in local news: .. as well as discussed on KQED's Forum: Personally, I'd have no problem with it, as both political and nonpolitical figures have airports named after them (aforementioned Reagan, Washington, Wayne, Hope, Louis Armstrong, Thurgood Marshall, General Logan, Eugene Eppley, Patrick McCarran), but there are those who are against it, because they believe that SFO will be completely renamed, which it will not, or have a terminal named after him, skin to the Tom Bradley Int'l Terminal at LAX. I'd also be okay with something like a Moscone International, or Milk/Moscone International Airport, named for both the mayor and Milk, who were killed. But what say you all? Keep it SFO, or rename?