Establishments (1) operating international, national, or civil airports, or public flying fields or (2) supporting airport operations, such as rental of hangar space, and providing baggage handling and/or cargo handling services.
Establishments arranging transportation of freight between shippers and carriers. These establishments are usually known as freight forwarders, marine shipping agents, or customs brokers and offer a combination of services spanning transportation modes.
Establishments operating ports, harbors (including docking and pier facilities), or canals.
Establishments packing, crating, and otherwise preparing goods for transportation.
Establishments providing air traffic control services to regulate the flow of air traffic.
Establishments providing navigational services to shipping. Marine salvage establishments are included in this industry. Illustrative Examples: Docking and undocking marine vessel services Piloting services, water transportation Marine vessel traffic reporting services Tugboat services, harbor operation
Establishments providing scenic and sightseeing transportation (except on land and water). The services provided are usually local and involve same-day return to place of departure. Illustrative Examples: Aerial cable cars, scenic and sightseeing operation Helicopter rides, scenic and sightseeing operation Aerial tramways, scenic and sightseeing operation Hot air balloon rides, scenic and sightseeing operation Glider excursions
Establishments providing scenic and sightseeing transportation on land, such as sightseeing buses and trolleys, steam train excursions, and horse-drawn sightseeing rides. The services provided are usually local and involve same-day return to place of origin.
Establishments providing scenic and sightseeing transportation on water. The services provided are usually local and involve same-day return to place of origin. Illustrative Examples: Airboat (i.e., swamp buggy) operation Excursion boat operation Charter fishing boat services Harbor sightseeing tours Dinner cruises
Establishments providing services (except motor vehicle towing) to road network users. Illustrative Examples: Bridge, tunnel, and highway operations Pilot car services (i.e., wide load warning services) Driving services (e.g., automobile, truck delivery) Truck or weighing station operations
Establishments providing services to water transportation (except port and harbor operations; marine cargo handling services; and navigational services to shipping). Illustrative Examples: Floating drydocks (i.e., routine repair and maintenance of ships) Ship scaling services Marine cargo checkers and surveyors
Establishments providing specialized services for air transportation (except air traffic control and other airport operations). Illustrative Examples: Aircraft maintenance and repair services (except factory conversions, overhauls, rebuilding) Aircraft passenger screening security services Aircraft testing services
Establishments providing specialized services for railroad transportation including servicing, routine repairing (except factory conversion, overhaul, or rebuilding of rolling stock), and maintaining rail cars; loading and unloading rail cars; and operating independent terminals.
Establishments providing stevedoring and other marine cargo handling services (except warehousing).
Establishments providing support activities to transportation (except for air transportation; rail transportation; water transportation; road transportation; freight transportation arrangement; and packing and crating). Illustrative Examples: Arrangement of vanpools or carpools Stockyards (i.e., not for fattening or selling livestock) Independent pipeline terminal facilities
Establishments towing light or heavy motor vehicles, both local and long-distance. These establishments may provide incidental services, such as storage and emergency road repair services.