About Memphis Tennessee Airport
When airline travel first started in America in the early part of the 20th century, most airports consisted of a sod field runway, a few hangars and perhaps 15 passengers a day. Now, one hundred years later, millions of people are flying everyday in commercial airlines
and air freight planes are transporting everything that can be bought and sold. Keeping up with the expansive growth in commercial
and freight air travel has been a challenge for many airports such as the 2nd busiest cargo airport in the world, located in Memphis,
Tennessee. Here, renovations, expansions and upgrades will soon be underway to improve aircraft access to the terminal, enhance the
customer experience with safer and more modern facilities – and ensure they are ready for the next growth phase.