Anchorage International Airport explores partnership with public, private groups to operate international terminal

Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) has announced the issuance of an Expression of Interest (EOI) for a public private partnership to operate and manage the international terminal at the airport, the company said.

By partnering with the private sector, the airport would be better positioned to capture future passenger growth and meet the expectations of today´s international passenger.

ANC is the world´s fifth busiest air cargo airport and handles just under three million metric tonnes of air cargo per year. Seventy-nine percent of all Asia to North America freighter aircraft take advantage of ANC´s strategic location, excellent service, and special air cargo transfer rights to run a more efficient air cargo operation.

ANC currently serves four international passenger markets with nonstop service and is the closest west coast airport to Asia. ANC is also strategically located to provide connecting option between Asia and Latin America.