October 29, 2020
A joint venture between Aviation Facilities Company Management (AFCO) and American Triple I Partners (ATI) was selected to develop nearly 75 acres at Laredo International Airport.
The JV anticipates developing a range of facilities and infrastructure, including cargo, logistics, and general aviation. The new infrastructure will facilitate steadily growing cargo flow at the South Texas airport.
ATI chairman Henry Cisneros said, “Despite the challenging global environment amidst COVID-19, airport leadership is pushing forward to have Laredo International Airport continue to play its vital role in making the City of Laredo one of the top trade ports in the U.S.”
Added Jeff Miller, airport director at Laredo International Airport, “We look forward to working with the AFCO and ATI team on this important initiative, which will not only provide expansion opportunities for existing airport businesses, but also bring new business and jobs to the airport.”
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