Sea-Tac working to grow air cargo business
The Port of Seattle says it has invested $23 million in two major projects to expand Sea-Tac International Airport's capacity to handle a growing amount of air freight. There is more concrete, better able to handle the new longer 747-8 freighters, particularly if that requires loading long loads from the raised front nose door. Those hard stands have direct electrical power to allow planes to plug in to ground power, saving fuel to keep running auxiliary power units on the plane.
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