Paracom

Airports


Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
Operated by the Port of Seattle, SeaTac Airport serviced over 32 million passengers in 2011.  The Port operates 81 gates in support of 26 airlines, which includes Alaska Airlines who is headquartered in the Pacific Northwest.

SeaTac is our home base where we support network and graphic infrustructers.  We also support our sister company, Concourse Concessions, who operates food and beverage stores on Concourses A and C.
www.portseattle.org/Sea-Tac/

Honolulu International Airport
The main operations conducted by Paracom in Hawaii are the FlightDecks, with five store locations throughout the airport. In each store, we offer a variety of prepaid calling cards, electronic accessories, chargers, gifts and souvenirs at the traveler's convenience inside the terminal. We also operate a business center that offers computer internet access, wireless internet access, and other office related needs.
http://hawaii.gov/hnl

Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport
The Atlanta Airport is the busiest airport in the world servicing nearly 90 million passengers a year.  Paracom operates advanced pay telephone sets throughout the airport, in partnership with Kellee Communications.
www.atlanta-airport.com/

Detroit Metro Airport
Since 2007, Paracom has teamed with ICE currency services to provide Foreign Currency Exchange services at Detroit Metro Airport. While playing a key role in the management of the overall operation. Paracom has spercific responsibility for the Currency Exchange location in the International Arrivals are (lower  level  of McNamara Terminal)

Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
The Anchorage Airport is the gateway to Alaska.  It serviced over 5 million passengers in 2011 and is also the 5th busiest airport in the world for cargo throughput.  Paracom operates all of the public communications services in the Anchorage Airport.
dot.alaska.gov/anc/