|Memphis International Airport (MEM)|
||Memphis International Airport is also known as America’s Aerotropolis which services over 10 million travelers per year and is a world-class airport.|
Memphis, Home To Fedex
Memphis Tennessee International Airport (MEM) a regional center of business and tourist activity, strategically located just a few miles from the city’s main business district, serves international and national travel to this legendary city of the southern United States. The airport’s location links busy travelers to nearby essential businesses, services, and residential areas. The airport is the entry way to historical and cultural sites, including Graceland, renowned former home of Elvis Presley. The city is well known as a haven for blues and country music, drawing visitors from around the world and is home to the famous Grand Ole Oprey.
Memphis International Airport is the central hub for both national and international Fedex business activities. Business groups have rated the airport highly for its services and location, easily accessible to interstate highways. The airport supports an average of six million passengers annually and is a central site for Delta Airlines, providing travel to North America and Amsterdam. Other major airlines as well as smaller local jet services connect travelers with many local, regional and national business destinations.
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