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(Photo credit: Aerial Sphere - LLC Phoenix, AZ)

Super Season Success

Scottsdale Airport hit an all-time record for operations from Thursday, Jan. 29 through Monday, Feb. 2 with 1,200 takeoffs and landings. This was considered the city's Super Season with both the Waste Management Phoenix Open and Super Bowl taking place in Arizona. Scottsdale Airport led valley airports with the majority of arrivals and departures -- and there were no delays for airport users! 
Experience the activity at the airport through this videolinks to external site or see an aerial 360 view links to external siteof all the jets parked on the airport's ramp 360 courtesy of Aerial Sphere - LLC, Phoenix, AZ.

The airport is self-funded and reaped some economic benefits with this spike in operations through rates, fuel flowage and fees. 

Scottsdale Airport's Estimated Revenue for this super weekend.

Fuel Flowage $24,300
Landing Fees  $13,464
Overnight Parking Fees  $60,000
U.S. Customs  $20,350
Total  $118,114 

The visitors also booked hotels and rentals cars or enjoyed area restaurants too. See more interesting statistics and impacts on this flyer.

Scottsdale Airport Master Plan

mstr plan smallScottsdale Airport is updating its master plan, a proactive record that identifies and plans for future facility needs. The city-owned airport has been hosting a series of workshops where the public can learn about the plan and the process.

A public workshop was held Jan. 6 at the Scottsdale Airport Terminal. This workshop will focus on a recommended master plan concept, economic benefit analysis and environmental evaluation.

The master plan focuses on several key areas including aviation forecasts, demand/capacity, facility requirements, airfield design and safety standards, development alternatives and environmental reviews. It does not include noise abatement or studies. This was conducted thoroughly through a public process in 2005.
More information, including online comment form, is available on the Airport Master Plan website. Questions? Contact Scottsdale Airport at 480-312-2321.

 

Airport Office Space Available IMMEDIATELY - Brokers Welcome

ABCOffice space is available for lease in the Aviation Business Center located next to the Airport Terminal building. The Aviation Department will work with brokers or negotiate directly with interested parties. Month-to-month agreements are available.

Various suites ranging from 90 to 1,800 square feet are available in the Aviation Business Center featuring:
• Non-exclusive use of conference room
• Ample free parking for customers and covered employee parking available
• Easy airside access
• Prime airport location
• Aircraft parking available
• Flexible terms

Contact Shannon Johnson, management analyst, at 480-312-8475 for a tour or to discuss available terms. 

 

Scottsdale Airpark - Where Business Takes Flight 

Airpark Vid The Scottsdale Airpark is a multi-faceted hub of commerce, employment, aviation, tourism, entertainment and recreation. With nearly 2,800 businesses and 52,000 employees, the Scottsdale Airpark is among the largest employment centers in the state of Arizona. The Scottsdale Airpark is where business takes flight. Watch video






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Scottsdale Airport Administration Offices

15000 N. Airport Drive, 2nd Floor, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
480-312-2321  480-312-8480 Fax
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Scottsdale Airport is a general aviation reliever facility with no commercial commuter or airline service, and is home to many corporate aircraft in the valley. 

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