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   Vol. 17 No. 30
Tuesday May 15, 2018

Adam Walks On Air At CNS
While others may have a “Top 10 List,” Adam Rod (A-Rod), Chicago Department of Aviation Assistant Commissioner of Planning, settles for three. Whilst inhaling the landscape in La Quinta, California, he lines up his case for the aerial gateway serving the city of the broad shoulders, Chicago, Illinois.
     Adam is a one-man powerhouse who may be grounded but seems to walk on air as he describes the future of cargo at O’Hare International.

Time Is On Our Side

     “With record cargo volume in 2017, more airside facility capacity is on the way (opening 2020) with Phase III of Aeroterm’s Northeast Cargo Campus, now years ahead of schedule, making room to accommodate even more business.”

Touch Me, I’m Human

     “There is always personalized attention for prospects considering ORD (we are currently assisting two).
     “O’Hare International Airport attracts one or two new cargo airlines a year on average (over 25 in residence today) thanks to its central geography, transportation infrastructure, and large economy.”

Great Connections

     “Not to be overlooked whilst doing business in Chicago are fast track dedicated connections through the planning section of the Chicago Department of Aviation, responsible for ORD’s cargo affairs to public and private resources and agencies in addressing cargo issues and concerns,” A-Rod informs.

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