ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The airline customers of Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport have recognized the airport with one of the highest cargo service ratings based on performance, value, facilities and regulatory operations.
Air Cargo World magazine released their annual Air Cargo Excellence Survey and Anchorage was one of the top three highest scored airports for airports that process one million or more tons of cargo annually in North America.
“This is a tremendous accomplishment and huge team effort considering the volume of cargo that passes through our airport. The airport’s ground handling, fuel, and maintenance companies, regulatory agencies and airport employees working together earned this recognition,” said Steve Hatter, Deputy Commissioner of Aviation, Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities.
TSAIA is consistently rated in the top six of the world’s largest cargo airports, processing more than 4,397,359, 093 pounds of cargo in 2009.
Air Cargo World is recognized as the global news authority on air logistics and freight transport.