MIAMI – Earlier in the pandemic, Alaska’s Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) saw more aircraft movements than major passenger hubs.
Graced by its geography – an easy connection point between Europe, the Americas and Asia – the airport is now reporting record cargo volume as a result.
Anchorage International announced that more than 3.48 million tons of air cargo landed at ANC in 2020 – up 16 percent from the record-setting volumes of 2019.
Airport Director Jim Szczesniak says three key factors fueled the growth: e-commerce, shipments of personal protective equipment, and cargo displaced from idled passenger aircraft.
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Source:: “Airways Magazine”