Anchorage Airport Sees Opportunity Blooming as it Expands Cargo Facilities

People in this industry tend to associate Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport with freighters and kerosene, rather than with flowers.

But the airport authority is planning to change this perception, getting ready to plant peonies for export.

As these flowers are popular for weddings, there is solid international demand, noted airport director Jim Szczesniak.

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