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Airport Cargo Operations Information
MidAmerica St. Louis Airport (BLV) Business Overview
St. Clair County MidAmerica Airport Video (Chinese Version)
Cargo Aviation Facilities 

•Dual Category II Instrument Landing Systems.
•Simultaneous instrument approaches.
•Runway 14L/32R, 10,000 feet.
•Runway 14R/32L, 8,000 feet.
•Unconstrained Air Traffic Control and air space environment.
•Immediate Interstate access via I-64, I-44, I-55 & I-70
•Air cargo facility development site ranging from 10 to 200+ acres.
•An initial air cargo ramp of 258,000 square feet or 5.9 acres.
•An air cargo terminal site adjacent to the ramp.
•Air rescue and fire Index C facility, capable of adjustment, as operational requirements dictate.
•New state-of-the-art control tower, 24-hours daily, seven days a week.
•New fuel farm.
•Aircraft handling services.
•Foreign Trade Zone
•Enterprise Zone 
•Two regional river port districts, Tri-City and Kaskaskia, provide national and international water traffic.
•Tri-City Port is the most northerly, ice-free, full-service port on the Mississippi. River traffic runs lock-free from the Gulf of Mexico to the port's slack-water harbor.
•Kaskaskia Regional Port on the Kaskaskia River, which joins the Mississippi south of St. Louis, serves as an alternate route. The Kaskaskia flows within six miles of MidAmerica. 
The St. Louis region has the carriers and routes to move materials quickly and conveniently by road. Five interstate highways, three U.S. and numerous state and local highways provide convenient access to all parts of the nation.
Immediate Interstate highway access to:  
•I-64 east and west
•I-44 west
•I-55 north and south
•I-57 north and south
•I-70 east and west 
•The St. Louis region is America's second largest rail center, routinely servicing 68% of all Class One railroad lines in the U.S.
•The region is served by Alton and Southern, Amtrak, Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Conrail, CSX Transportation, Gateway Western, Canadian National/Illinois Central, Norfolk Southern, Union Pacific, and Terminal Railroad.
•The Norfolk Southern Railroad borders the southern edge of MidAmerica St. Louis Airport and is available for intermodal transportation.