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The leading edge of transportation innovation.
Amazon’s dedicated air network is a critical conduit for delivering packages across longer distances. It’s a feat that would not be possible without the talented employees who continuously invent within our global operations, technical, and non-technical corporate teams. We work together to innovate on behalf of our rapidly growing number of Prime members who love fast delivery, low prices, and vast selection from Amazon.
U.S. hubs and gateway facilities
In 2020 Amazon Air launched new gateway operations in Richmond, VA, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Austin, TX, Maui and Kona, HI, Los Angeles, CA and New Orleans, LA and regional hubs in Lakeland FL, Rockford, IL and Baltimore, MD. These facilities support our air operations, which help enable fast, free package delivery for Prime customers. Our hubs and gateways process volume from the Amazon Fulfillment Centers, load and depart aircraft, arrive and offload aircraft, and process and depart the volume on linehaul for Last Mile delivery. Amazon Air has operations at more than 35 airports across the U.S., making two-day shipping possible almost anywhere in the country.
Announcing new operations in Europe
We are excited to optimize our operations at the Leipzig-Halle airport to ensure we can delight our customers in Germany and throughout Europe. The October 2020 launch of the new Leipzig state-of-the-art facility created hundreds of new jobs at Leipzig-Halle airport. Amazon continues to recruit for a variety of positions including HR, IT, Engineering, and various Management and Operations roles.
Are you interested in joining a team that also makes an impact in the community? Learn more about how Amazon Air aims to raise awareness for childhood cancer, honor military veterans, and support disaster relief.
Come build the future of Amazon Air and the Amazon Transportation Services with us.
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