Amazon begins daily freight service at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport

“This is a significant development in the airport’s history,” said the airport director Ted KitchensAAE “The improvement of our air freight facilities through the introduction of Amazon Air underlines the economic development, which is not only taking place in Germany Manchester but consistently New Hampshire and northern New England. I am proud of the efforts of our airport team to deliver, on time and on budget, a quality facility that makes a bold and impactful statement for the economy here at home New Hampshire!”

MHT is recognized as one of the top 50 cargo airports in The United States and has seen record-breaking cargo volumes for several years. This trend towards higher cargo volumes is expected to continue with the opening of this new facility.

“We are proud to expand our operations from Amazon Air New Hampshire as we continue to invest in the New England region,” said Chris Preston, Director of Amazon Air Gateway Operations. “This brand new facility at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport will help us better serve our customers and ensure we deliver packages quickly and efficiently throughout New England.”

The 65,000 square meter multi-tenant cargo building was built in collaboration with airport and real estate investment company Realterm. The new facility will offer three airport-managed widebody bays with the option to expand to a fourth.

This is the first expansion of Amazon Air in New Hampshire, and Amazon is the first tenant to operate from the new facility. Flights are operated by cargo airline Atlas Air, ground handling by Trego-Dugan Aviation and aircraft maintenance by Keenan Technical Industries.

“We are proud to be part of this historic project with MHT and Amazon,” he said Alexi Lachambre, Vice President of Investments for Airport Infrastructure at Realterm. “MHT executives have proven to be dynamic and visionary partners, positioned to capitalize on the e-commerce boom and create economic opportunity for their broader community. As demand for air freight continues to grow, exceptional infrastructure projects like this one will help ease the pressure on the regional distribution network while attracting interest from major logistics players. We look forward to continuing our partnership with MHT and supporting future expansion.”

The new facility will drive economic growth in the region for years to come. In addition to creating hundreds of jobs in the State Granitethe multi-tenant facility will enable better connectivity in the world of e-commerce and further position the airport as the economic hub for the region.

“Business and commerce is booming here in the 603,” Governor said Chris Sunu. “This new Amazon Air operation will grow New Hampshires role in e-commerce and the global economy.”

“I am very pleased with the completion of the new cargo apron at MHT, which will nearly double the airport’s cargo capacity and reduce transportation costs while supporting local businesses and fostering job creation across the region,” Senator said Jeanne Shaheen. “When I was fighting for the fuse $7.8 million For this project in the 2022 fiscal year of the Federal Funding Act, it was clear to me that it would be a smart investment for our country. Through my role on the Senate Appropriations Committee, I will continue to advocate for transportation and infrastructure projects at MHT and beyond New Hampshire.”

“Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is already an industry-leading cargo facility, so this new partnership with Amazon Air is a welcome addition,” he said Manchester mayor Joyce Craig. “This project will provide more jobs for our residents and boost our local economy. Thank you to the entire airport team and project engineers, architects and contractors for your tireless efforts to make this project a reality.”

“This facility will enhance New England’s connectivity to the world of e-commerce,” he said Taylor Caswell, the commissioner of the NH Department of Business and Economic Affairs. “According to the International Air Transport Association, 52% of consumers have shopped more online during the pandemic, boosting the value of e-commerce that is now expected overall $2.1 trillion in 2023, with 80% of cross-border e-commerce being transported by air. With this setup New Hampshire will allow that State Graniteand throughout northern New England to tap into this growing sector of the world economy.”

Cargo activity has played a critical role during the pandemic to help offset falling air travel and passenger revenues. With the additional aircraft that this facility will accommodate, the airport will be able to continue its trend of reducing airline operating costs.


Strategically located in the heart of New England, Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is less than 50 miles north of Boston, Mass, and less than an hour’s drive from the region’s most popular ski resorts, scenic coastal beaches and peaceful lakeside resorts. MHT is the leading aviation gateway for the region. Visit for more information.


Amazon Air continues to expand globally to meet the needs of its growing customer base while investing in jobs and sustainable solutions to strengthen its network. Globally, we now operate more than 110 leased and owned aircraft in our fleet, serving more than 70 air gateways and hubs. In 2021 we opened our first central air hub at cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Since launching Amazon Air in 2016, Amazon has invested hundreds of millions of dollars and created thousands of new jobs at Amazon Air locations across the United States


Realterm is an independent global investment manager focused on the transportation industry. We acquire, develop, finance and manage differentiated real estate and infrastructure assets that serve land, air, sea and rail networks North America, Europe and Asia. Realterm currently manages over 13 billion dollars of assets in six transportation logistics-focused private equity fund series: Realterm Airport Logistics Properties (RALP), an open-ended, core-plus fund that invests consistently in high-flow airport logistics (HFT®) properties North America; Realterm Logistics Income Fund (RLIF), a core-plus open-ended fund, and the Realterm Logistics Fund (RLF) Series, a closed-end, value-added fund series, both investing in HFT land-based logistics properties across the United States; Realterm Europe Logistics Income Fund (RELIF), an open-ended core plus fund, and Realterm Europe Logistics Fund (RELF), a closed-ended value-added fund series, both investing consistently in HFT logistics real estate Europe; and IndoSpace Logistics Parks (ILP), a closed-end, opportunistic fund series investing in warehouse and logistics real estate in key industrial markets India.

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