In the State of Louisiana there are four General Aviation airport roles. The Minden Airport is classified as a Level II; maintaining a contributing role in supporting the local and regional economies and connecting it to the state and national economies. This 164 acre facility can provide the same type of quality services to customers, with small single engine planes to medium sized corporate jets and helicopters, as larger general aviation and commercial airports offer.
The Minden Airport personnel are available to meet your needs Monday thru Friday from 8:00 am until 7:00 pm (CST) and from 7:00 am until 6:00 pm (DST).
Pilot lounge, hangar rental, ramp tie-downs, courtesy car, Enterprise Rent-a-Car Drop-Off Rental, flight planning room with computerized weather (AWOS), free Wi-Fi and coffee
Runway 01/19 – 5004’ X 75’
Medium Intensity Runway Lights with Pilot Control Capabilities
Airframe & power plant repairs
30 new 41’ x 33’ T-Hangars, ready for leasing
AVGAS 100LL & Jet A+ Prist
The 2,300 acre Port of Shreveport-Bossier is located at the head of navigation on the Red River Waterway in Northwest Louisiana, about four miles south of the City of Shreveport. An inland multimodal transportation and distribution center, the Port links customers throughout the Ark-La-Tex region to domestic and international markets via the Mississippi River, the nation’s largest river system, and the U.S. Gulf Intracoastal Waterway
Channel Depth 9’ 55 miles
General Cargo Dock: Port-owned & operated; Cargo: bulk and breakbulk; Berths: 2; Length: 600 ft.; Rail service.
Special Facilities/Capabilities; 30 & 50-Ton Cantilever Bridge cranes: Roll-on/roll off ramp: Certified truck/rail scales: 30,000 & 60,000 sq. ft. transit warehouse, Coal Pad and 4+ acre open storage.
Slack Water Harbor – 3,200 ft., 400 ft. concrete dock 2/200 Ton cantilever crane, 12 ft. draft
Liquid Terminals # 1 – Port-owned; Operator: Genesis Energy; Cargo: Liquid Petroleum; Berths: 2; Length: 430 ft.; Depth 9 ft.; Rail Service; 400,000 barrel storage capacity.
Liquid Terminal # 2 – Port-owned; Operator: Genesis Energy; Cargo: Liquid Petrochemicals; Berths: 2; Length: 430 ft.; Depth: 9 ft.; Rail Service. Facilities: 132,000 barrel storage capacity.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: http://portcb.com/
The public facilities at the Port of Lake Charles handle five million tons of cargo each year. The Port of Lake Charles has two marine terminals, the city docks, Bulk Terminal No. 1, and two industrial parks. The 12.2-meter (40-foot) deep Ship Channel meets the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway 19 kilometers (12 mile) south of the Port of Lake Charles City Docks.
Principal cargoes moving through the Port’s terminals are bagged rice, flour and other food products; forest products; aluminum, petroleum coke and other petroleum products; wood chips; barite; and rutile.
The Port’s City Docks facility is located 34 miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico and is connected to the Gulf by the 12 meter (40 foot) deep Calcasieu Ship Channel.
City Docks is a 200-acre facility that contains the general cargo facilities, the new IFG grain elevator, an automated terminal and a vegetable-oil packaging plant.
General cargo facilities include 12 deep water berths that can accommodate up to 12 vessels simultaneously, with more than 1.8 million square feet of covered storage space.
Berths 1-10 have a project depth of 35 feet, berths 15 and 15B have a 40-foot project depth. Recently refurbished open berth No. 8 can accommodate shipments of steel, logs, machinery, project cargo and heavy equipment.
The height of the docks at MLW is 14 feet.
All warehouses are serviced by rail.
City Docks is located in the Port’s Foreign Trade Zone 87.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: http://portlc.com/