The Pacific Northwest’s premier international air cargo gateway, Sea-Tac is the nation’s 19th busiest cargo airport. Sea-Tac’s location in the northwest corner of the United States makes it a great air gateway for cargo from Asia to North America and offers a similar flight time to major European air cargo hubs. Not surprisingly, air cargo’s forecast growth will increase the demand on Sea-Tac’s existing facilities. The port is taking steps to accommodate this growth by expanding and developing airfield parking and staging areas and working to develop port-property off the airfield for future air cargo support purposes.
For more information about air cargo opportunities, contact Port of Seattle Senior Manager Air Cargo Development, Tom Green at (206) 787-5543.