In this August file photo, Amazon.com boxes are shown stacked near a Boeing 767 Amazon “Prime Air” cargo plane on display in a Boeing hangar in Seattle. Amazon’s announcement last month of a new air cargo hub in Kentucky is the latest way the e-commerce retailer is dipping its toe, or perhaps whole foot, into building out its shipping and logistics unit.
In this August file photo, Amazon.com boxes are shown stacked near a Boeing 767 Amazon “Prime Air” cargo plane on display in a Boeing hangar in Seattle. Amazon’s announcement last month of a new air cargo hub in Kentucky is the latest way the e-commerce retailer is dipping its toe, or perhaps whole foot, into building out its shipping and logistics unit. Ted S. Warren AP
In this August file photo, Amazon.com boxes are shown stacked near a Boeing 767 Amazon “Prime Air” cargo plane on display in a Boeing hangar in Seattle. Amazon’s announcement last month of a new air cargo hub in Kentucky is the latest way the e-commerce retailer is dipping its toe, or perhaps whole foot, into building out its shipping and logistics unit. Ted S. Warren AP

As Amazon looks to deliver its own packages, Charlotte’s airport is part of the strategy

February 07, 2017 01:14 PM

UPDATED February 07, 2017 02:43 PM

More Videos

  • Device helps cancer patients keep their hair

    While the cost is high the DigniCaps Scalp Cooling System is now available through Oncology Specialists of Charlotte.