Laredo Int’l Airport, TX (LRD)
AFCO’s Master Development Agreement with Laredo International Airport includes opportunities totaling 74 acres and offering airside access and aircraft parking (with immediate availability).
Laredo is home to one of the only dual U.S.-Mexican customs facilities —a crucial connection point that allows U.S. exports to be inspected at LRD for expedited entry into airports in Chihuahua, San Luis Potosi, Queretaro, Guanajuato, Toluca, Guadalajara, Hermosillo, and Ramos Arizpe. Because cargo can clear Mexican customs at LRD, it can be released at any of these airports in Mexico for delivery without pause.
LRD’s ideal location provides easy access to I-35, toward San Antonio; the Port Laredo Bridge, the third-busiest port of entry to the U.S. (7 miles from LRD); and US 59, which heads northeast toward Houston.
Parcel A offers general aviation use opportunities.
Parcel C offers landside facing warehouse or office opportunities.
Parcel D offers multi-phased cargo opportunity with immediate apron availability.
Parcel F offers ramp-served air cargo logistics for MRO opportunity.