NorthLink Aviation to develop new cargo terminal at ANC

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NorthLink Aviation has announced plans to develop and construct a new purpose-built air cargo terminal at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC).

The new facility will offer 11 hardstands, an air cargo warehouse with temp controlled facilities and dual-hydrant fueling system at each hardstand.

NorthLink has agreed a 55-year lease with the State of Alaska for the 120-acre south campus property at ANC.

The development will in part be funded through an equity investment from Tiger Infrastructure in NorthLink, which was previously named IC Alaska Airport.

Emil Henry, chief executive and managing director of Tiger Infrastructure, said: “We believe that cargo volumes at ANC will continue to grow significantly, driven by factors such as the strong outlook for transpacific air cargo, rising e-commerce volumes, increases in the share of cargo volumes carried by dedicated cargo freighters and ANC’s strategic location.”

Sean Dolan has been appointed as NorthLink chief executive.

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