Washington — As runways around the world have fallen nearly silent in recent months due to the pandemic, one US airport stood out: Anchorage, Alaska.

Sitting about halfway between Asia’s industrial centres and North America, Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport has been booming with cargo shipments, including loads of masks and other medical equipment, aboard planes stopping to refuel...

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