is closing its air cargo operation in San Antonio Lackland on April 10, 2024, as it focuses on its remaining three Texas-based hubs. The closure will impact around 65 employees contracted with ground handling company Worldwide Flight Services Inc. (WFS), who will be laid off. The move may force Atlas Air to adjust its operations.

First reported by the San Antonio Business Journal, WFS Vice President Amanda Gayles said she expects this closure to be permanent and will impact all employees. opened its facilities in San Antonio in 2021.

"We’re always evaluating our operations to serve our customers better and have made the decision to stop operations at Kelly Field. Worldwide Flight Services is a valued partner, and we’ll continue working with them at other locations. This decision will not impact customer deliveries in the San Antonio area," Amazon spokesperson Sam Stephenson told ch-aviation.

Amazon will continue to support its air operations at Austin-Bergstrom International, Dallas/Fort Worth, and Houston Intercontinental, the company confirmed. The ch-aviation PRO airlines module shows six carriers operate flights on behalf of in North America, namely ABX Air, ATI - Air Transport International, Atlas Air, Cargojet Airways, Hawaiian Airlines, and Sun Country Airlines. The Loadstar reported that flights to San Antonio Lakeland are mainly served with Atlas Air's B737-800(BCF)s.

In April 2023, the air cargo division of Amazon ended its daily flights to Wichita Eisenhower. In September, it closed its only regional hub for air cargo in Europe at Leipzig/Halle.