At the very end of this short video, UPS freighter tails can be seen. Our NW Airlines cargo facility, where we did all the transloads, used to be between UPS and the trees showing behind the tails.
From: ADN, 7/28/18
Rest of the story and video HERE
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Video: Bear sprints past parked planes at Anchorage’s airport
At first, James Batman thought a black, furry dog had sprinted by him at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, near where FedEx parks its cargo planes.
“Then I looked back again and saw it had no tail….
The bear had gotten into the area by burrowing under a nearby fence, said Trudy Wassel, division operations manager at airport. Airport staff had since repaired the area.
Wassel said the airport has two, full-time wildlife biologists to handle wildlife issues.
“We take it very seriously,” she said.
The airport borders Point Woronzof and Kincaid Park, areas where it’s not uncommon to see black bears, said Ken Marsh, a spokesman at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.