My nearest cargo airport is EBLG (Liege Airport). What about you?
i feel as if this should be in Real World Aviation category
but my nearest cargo airport is LHR/EGLL(London Heathrow)
Mine is KIAH
Mine ist EDDF
What classifies as a ‘‘cargo airport’’?
My nearest cargo airport is KRIC.
The main aircraft we get are FedEx A300s and UPS 757-200s.
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This is a loaded question… What is classified as a cargo airport? My home airport has two UPS flights while Memphis is the Fedex Hub and is only two hours from me
Even though I live in Dayton, Ohio, the closest worldport for me is Louisville, KY. It’s almost all cargo jets. (Major UPS Hub)
If it’s classified as a “Worldport”, then it is a “Cargo Airport”.
Interesting. KIAH and KRIC arent "Worldports
Are there mainly cargo aircraft?
KPIT, go figure… 😂
In my opinion, an airport can be considered as a cargo airport if it receives any type of cargo flight. Also remember that many passenger aircraft transport cargo so keep them in mind too.
By the way, my nearest cargo airport is MMMX, with daily arrivals of Qatar Cargo, Emirates Cargo, Ethiopian Cargo, KLM B747 Combi, DHL, Cargolux, Aerounion and LATAM Cargo.
San Jose is considered a General Aviation airport (Although they are trying to get rid of it), a Commercial airport, a Cargo Airport, and [sometimes] a Reliever Airport for traffic from the 2 larger airports in the Bay Area.
So technically, San Jose is my nearest cargo airport, but Oakland and San Francisco handles lots as well
KSEA is mine
Two flights a day doesn’t make it a cargo airport. Now probably if there was more flights a day then you could make the argument your airport is a cargo airport. Memphis has a ton of cargo flights a day and is a hub for FedEx and is consider a cargo airport.