The Port of Huntsville Publishes our FY23 Annual Report

November 30, 2023

HUNTSVILLE, Ala., November 18, 2023 – The Port of Huntsville is pleased to publish our Annual Report for fiscal year 2023. The report is available on the web at

The report includes a letter from CEO Butch Roberts and Board Chair Trey Bentley, the Port’s financial statement, current leadership, and these articles:

Signature Aviation Begins $12 Million Terminal Renovation
Breeze Airways Adds Two New Nonstop Routes from Huntsville
When “What If” Happens: Airport Fine-tunes Alert Response Skills
Adding Wings to Paracycling Wheels at First World Cup Held in the U.S.
SES, Inc. Expands Operations with Air Cargo Hangar Lease
Taking to the Air in Droves: Passengers Are Ready to Fly Again
Pavement Leads the Way with $9 Million in Projects at HSV
HSV Hosts Aviation Council of Alabama for Annual Airports Conference
Accolades, Highlights, & Recognition for HSV
What’s New & Updated at HSV
Business Development Updates
What’s Next in FY24


About the Port of Huntsville

About the Port of Huntsville
The Port of Huntsville is an inland port facility that is comprised of four operating entities – Huntsville International Airport (HSV), International Intermodal Center, Jetplex Industrial Park and Huntsville International Spaceport – and four contract operations including Foreign Trade Zone No. 83, a fixed base operator, the Four Points by Sheraton hotel and Sunset Landing Golf Course. The Port of Huntsville is governed by an Airport Authority with a five-member Board of Directors. Notable features of HSV include two parallel runways at 10,000 feet and 12,600 feet with a 5,000-foot separation allowing for simultaneous operations during instrument conditions. Huntsville International Airport (HSV) is the largest commercial airport in North Alabama, serving over 1.4 million passengers annually with nonstop service to 14 destinations including Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles (seasonal), Miami (seasonal), Orlando, Tampa, and both Dulles and National Airports in Washington, D.C. The International Intermodal Center (IIC) is an inland port of entry for both international air cargo flights and ocean containers arriving by rail. Adjacent to Huntsville International Airport and Jetplex Industrial Park, the IIC offers U.S. Customs & Border Protection Port Directors and Inspectors on site 24/7, on-site freight forwarders and customs brokers, public use foreign trade zone, and direct access to the interstate highway system. The IIC serves as a key logistics hub for receiving, transferring, storing and distributing international and domestic freight via air, rail, and highway. Learn more at