Cargo Expansion Program

Philadelphia International Airport has recently completed the West Cargo Environmental Assessment and received a Finding of No Significant Impact, clearing the way for a Cargo Expansion Program. This development will add 1 million square feet of cargo building square feet, and 5 million square feet of taxiway and apron expansion to accommodate increased cargo operations. As part of the larger effort, Tinicum Island Road will be relocated to accommodate the development, and provide an adjacent trail and buffer for the surrounding community. Read more

 

PHL Cargo Town Hall

June 2021's PHL Cargo Town Hall focused on the efforts to expand the air cargo facility footprint and triple its cargo building square footage, which will have a significant economic impact on the region and cement Philadelphia's status as an intermodal logistics hub. Listen to the recording and read more about cargo expansion here.

 

engineering drawings of cargo expansion

PHL Cargo Expansion Plan Drawing
Rendering of the Cargo Expansion Plan