Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport is an international airport serving the city of Anchorage, in the US state of Alaska. The airport is served by all major US airlines, and is an important hub for Alaska Airlines. However, Anchorage is most recognised as a major air cargo hub, owing to its strategic location on the shortest routing between many points in North American and Asia. This is of particular importance to cargo carriers due to the lower range capabilities of most cargo aircraft. FedEx and UPS are major operators at Anchorage, along with over 30 other international cargo airlines.
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Ground/Cargo Handlers servicing Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
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