The iconic, four-domed architecure of STL's Terminal 1 was designed in 1956 by famed architecht Minoru Yamasaki and has been the inspiration for terminal design at other airports, including JFK Airport in New York and Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris.

Located on the western bank of the Mississippi River, the Saint Louis Arch, or the "Gateway to the West," is the tallest national monument in the U.S.  The Arch is a popular tourist destination, offering a breathtaking panoramic view of Saint Louis. 

STL has long been synonymous with progress and innovation in the field of aviation.  From its origins as a balloon launching field in the 1830s, STL has evolved into a world-class transportation facility, serving more than 12 million passengers each year.  However, today STL is more than just an invaluable transportation facility, it's also an excellent place to do business, offering a wide range of opportunities in the following areas: 

   Passenger Route Development
   Cargo Route Development
   On and Off Airport Real Estate Development
   Concessionaire and Service Contracts

You'll also find that Saint Louis  is an ideal place to live and work, offering all of the ammenities of a big city, but with the convenience and afordability of a smaller community.  With its business-friendly climate, high standard of living, and wealth of cultural attractions and entertainment options, Saint Louis is a perfect fit for business and families alike.

Please take a moment to review all of the benefits that STL and the Saint Louis region have to offer.  We know that you'll like what you see! 


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