ANC Marketplace

All you need to know...

At the intersection of Asia and North America, Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport serves as a premier air cargo hub. Anchorage is the ideal entry point for trans-oceanic freight transportation, with more than 5 million square feet of cargo handling facilities. Modern tools and technology are used in the state-of-the-art cargo terminal to ensure the quick and secure handling of all cargo types, including perishable goods, hazardous materials, oversized shipments, and live animals. Anchorage airport offers direct connections to major international destinations, including Asia, Europe, and North America, making it the preferred choice for cargo carriers seeking to reach global markets. Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport takes pride in exceptional customer service, working with an experienced and dedicated workforce, and is committed to safety and security.

Benefits (Agents) -

Access to more customers & business

Streamlined booking process

Real-time collaboration

Enhanced visibility & transparency

Improved reach & partnerships

Cost-effective operations

Improved customer satisfaction

Benefits (Airline) -

Supports Airline Airline booking flow

Integrated tariff & rates

Data accuracy & security

Optimized Cargo utilization

mproved efficiency

Cost savings

Flexibility in operations

ANC - The future cargo hub

Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) is less than ten hours by air to 95 percent of major global markets. It serves as the primary link between cities in Asia and North America, as approximately 80 percent of all cargo flights operating across the Pacific make a “technical stop” at Anchorage to refuel, change crews, and (in some cases) to transfer cargo. It is why major integrator airlines like FedEx, UPS, and DHL all have a significant presence at the airport in support of their growing international cargo operations. The airport continues to be one of the busiest in the world for cargo carriers. It currently ranks as the fifth largest cargo airport in the world and the second largest inthe United States. Internationally, it ranks only behind Hong Kong, Memphis, Shanghai, and Incheon (Korea). More than 8,000 cargo flights arrive and depart from the ANC from more than 100 locations.

Transfer rights

Anchorage has a unique advantage that is – cargo transfer, granted to it by the US Department of Transportation in 2003. These expanded cargo transfer rights make Anchorage extremely flexible for the cargo airlines, which can make use of time on the ground refueling to also carry out transfers between their own planes and those of other carriers. These transfer rights include “on-line” transfers between a carrier’s own aircraft; “inter-line” transfers between one carrier and another carrier; “co-mingling” of US and non-US cargo; and “change-of-gauge” transfers from, for example, a wide-bodied freighter aircraft to one or more smaller aircraft flying to potentially multiple destinations from Anchorage

Discover and plan efficient and cost-effective logistics services for your cargo with the Anchorage Logistics Marketplace (ALM). Connect with a network of trusted carriers and simplify your shipping process using digitization. The platform will empower you to streamline the transportation of goods, provide real-time tracking, competitive pricing options, and seamless communication among stakeholders. Experience hassle-free discovery of shipping services powered by technology.

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