Strategic Location. Attractive Pricing. Uncongested Airspace.
SBD to exhibit at CNS Partnership Conference 2018
(April 25, 2018, San Bernardino, CA) – San Bernardino International Airport (SBD) offers significant advantages that make it a strategic alternative in Southern California—translating into success for the rapidly growing cargo businesses it supports. The airport, which will be exhibiting at the CNS Partnership Conference in Palm Springs from May 6-8, invites companies looking to begin or expand operations in the Los Angeles region to discuss how the airport can support and help accelerate their growth.
Just 60 miles east of Los Angeles’s notoriously clogged highways and congested skies, and directly situated within a major multi-modal transportation corridor, the airport’s location makes it the ideal gateway for cargo into Southern California—and the wider region—that facilitates far more efficient movement of goods, speeds time to market, and drives costs lower.
“There’s tremendous opportunity here for air cargo and logistics companies to realize significant efficiencies and lower expansion costs,” says Mark Gibbs, Director of Aviation. “In addition to providing superior geographical advantages, SBD has made substantial investments in facilities and infrastructure, offers the region’s lowest airport user fees, and has ample space for future development.”
SBD currently supports daily, large-scale air cargo operations and one-off flights, and is poised for the continued growth forecasted for the industry. Its Group VI runway easily accommodates the world’s largest aircraft, while skilled staff and specialized equipment ensure quick cargo handling and efficient turn times. Onsite U.S. Customs expedites clearance for international cargo, and the airport’s facilities include bonded storage and access to a foreign trade zone.
The CNS Partnership Conference, now in its 28th year, was designed to foster strategic alliances within the air cargo industry and help its executives stay ahead of challenges and opportunities. Visit SBD in Booth 18 at the La Quinta Resort and Club in Palm Springs, California.
SBD International Airport enables air cargo operators to fast-track deliveries while enjoying the region’s most attractive cost structure. Located in the heart of a growing goods-movement corridor surrounded by the I-10, I-210 and I-215 freeways, SBD’s updated facilities include over 60 acres of concrete ramp, a new 5,000-square-foot cross-dock building with 1.6 acres of secured landside ramp, nearly 100 acres of developable land, and specialized cargo equipment. Visit www.sbdairport.com to learn more.
Director of Aviation
San Bernardino International Airport Authority