National Air Cargo Holdings Inc. announced today an agreement for hardstand terminal capacity at NorthLink’s air cargo terminal at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (“ANC”).
Under the agreement, National will have the certainty and flexibility to utilize world class infrastructure to continue to grow its operations at the fourth busiest air cargo airport in the world.
NorthLink’s south campus air cargo terminal will include:
– 11 power-through hardstands and 4 push-back hardstands
– 2 dedicated deicing stands
– Dual-hydrant fueling systems at each hardstand
– Infrastructure to recover and recycle onsite glycol used for deicing aircraft
– Modern air cargo warehouse adjacent to hardstands
– LEED-certified office space for customers and operations team
– Ground service equipment facility
“Our agreement with NorthLink Aviation LLC will enhance our growing global airline operations and service offerings” said Christopher Alf, Chairman, National Air Cargo Holdings Inc.
“The state-of-the-art facility at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport will position National at one of the busiest cargo hubs in the world.
“We greatly appreciate all the support offered by the NorthLink Aviation team and are eagerly looking forward to a prolific alliance in Anchorage.”
“We are honored that National has chosen NorthLink as its infrastructure partner at ANC,” said Sean Dolan, CEO of NorthLink.
“We understand the critical importance of ANC to National’s global operations and are eager to build a long-term partnership with the National team.”