Nestled at an elevation of 5,200 feet above sea level, among the largest stand of ponderosa pine forests in the U.S., Prescott, Arizona’s perfect weather provides an average temperature of 70 degrees. This city is an outdoor traveler’s dream with four beautiful and distinct seasons and breathtaking landscapes, complete with mountains, lakes, streams, and rolling meadows filled with wildlife.  The city is rich with history embodied in its world famous Whiskey Row and abundant historical landmarks. Whether you’re seeking to relax in a natural environment filled with beauty and wildlife, or the history of Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, and cowboy forays in the most famous saloons of the Old West, Prescott, Arizona is the perfect getaway.

Airports serving this area:

Prescott Municipal Airport: (PRC)

Prescott Municipal Airport, also known as Ernest A. Love Field, is one of the nation’s busiest airports. Designated by the Federal Aviation Administration as a non-primary commercial service airport, the field serves a range of aeronautical activities including recreational flying, corporate aviation, aviation businesses, flight training and commercial airline service.  The airport is also home to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Prescott campus. This airport features three runways with the longest being just over seven thousand six hundred feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Legend Aviation

Aircraft Fleet Available:


Mesa is a city in Maricopa County, Arizona and is located about twenty miles east of Phoenix.  The city is surrounded by the natural Sonoran Desert beauty of Tonto National Forest and boasts an assortment of lifestyle and leisure pursuits for visitors. In Mesa, you will find the largest arts and cultural complex in the Southwest, shopping at every turn, delectable locally-owned restaurants and an award-winning collection of golf courses and premier hotels. As the third largest city in Arizona, Mesa is a modern-day desert urban retreat, where landscapes are legendary and its deep-rooted agricultural heritage still shines. From Spring Training baseball to countless events to suit visitors of all ages, the possibilities are endless.

Airports serving this area:

Falcon Field

Falcon Field is a general aviation airport owned and operated by the City of Mesa, in the heart of Arizona and the Phoenix metropolitan area. Located in northeast Mesa, the airport is minutes from hotels, luxury resorts, major league spring training baseball, outdoor recreation, entertainment, shopping, Arizona State University, and other metro area cities. The airport houses one of the largest international flight training schools in the world and is located five miles from Mesa’s business district. This airport features two runways with the longest being five thousand one hundred feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Falcon Executive Aviation
  • Heliponents

Aircraft Fleet Available:


From the moment the sun rises over the Sonoran Desert until long after it sets, Scottsdale, Arizona offers exciting options for things to see and do. From outdoor adventures and championship golf to upscale shopping and spa treatments, time in Scottsdale can be as active or relaxing as you would like. After dark, every hour is happy hour, especially in downtown where more than 80 restaurants, clubs and lounges await.  With all the world class amenities, Scottsdale is a great location to visit for both business and pleasure.

Airports serving this area:

Scottsdale Airport: (SDL)

Scottsdale Airport, located nine miles north of downtown Scottsdale in Arizona, serves a huge economic purpose in the area and sees about 600 flights per day, consisting mainly of general aviation and private jet charters. Close to a wide range of hotels, resorts, restaurants, spas and golf courses, Scottsdale Airport is a great destination for business and pleasure travelers alike.This airport features a single eight thousand two hundred and fifty foot runway.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Landmark Aviation
  • Signature Flight Support

Aircraft Fleet Available:

Beechcraft Baron 58Beechjet 400A

Challenger 601

Challenger 604

Challenger 605

Cirrus SR22

Citation SII

Citation CJ3

Citation X

Citation XLS

Citation Bravo

Citation Excel

Citation Mustang

Citation M2

Eclipse 500

Eurocopter AS 350

Falcon 20

Falcon 50

Falcon 2000EX

Gulfstream G200Gulfstream G450

Gulfstream IV

Hawker 400XP

Hawker 700A

Hawker 800XP

Hawker 850XP

King Air 90

King Air 200

Learjet 31

Learjet 35

Learjet 40

Learjet 60

Mitsubishi MU-2

Piaggio 180

Pilatus PC-12

Phenom 100

Premier I

Turbo Commander


As America’s sixth-largest city, Phoenix is the gateway to the Grand Canyon, and its history is a testament to the spirit of puebloans, ranchers, miners and visionaries. Projected against this rich backdrop is a stunning panorama of urban sophistication. Phoenix has an arrary of resorts and spas that rival any from across the world. Also, stadiums and arenas worthy of the world’s biggest sports spectacles, restaurants with inspired cuisine and amazing views and golf courses that draw players year round. With the stylish and eclectic shopping centers that are spread across Phoenix, the city is known to draw people from all over the world.

Airports serving this area:

Phoenix Deer Valley Airport: (DVT)

Phoenix Deer Valley Airport is located only fifteen minutes away from the Phoenix business district, and serves to relieve air traffic from Sky Harbor Airport. As such, the Airport is capable of accommodating all segments of civil aviation except commercial passenger service. Safety is a top priority at Deer Valley Airport and they have received recognition for their efforts by receiving the prestigious 2009 Airport Safety Award. This airport features two runways with the longest being eight thousand two hundred feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Atlantic Aviation
  • Cutter Aviation

Aircraft Fleet Available:

Phoenix Goodyear Airport: (GYR)

Phoenix Goodyear Airport is classified as a general aviation reliever airport for Sky Harbor,and considered to have one of the best general aviation runways in the country.  This airport is a great alternate to traveling into the congested area around Phoenix and allows business and pleasure travelers the opportunity to fly into the area hassle free. This airport features one runway that is eight thousand five hundred feet long.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Lux Air

Chandler Municipal Airport: (CHD)

Chandler Municipal Airport, located in the technology hub of Chandler, Arizona, is situated in the southeastern portion of Metropolitan Phoenix. The airport is located just 18 miles southeast of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, and offers trouble-free access to anywhere in the region as an excellent business airport. This airport features two parallel runways with the longest being just over four thousand eight hundred feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Chandler Air Service
  • Chandler Municipal Airport

Aircraft Fleet Available:


Tucson is the county seat of Pima County, Arizona, and home to the University of Arizona.  Known for a mild climate and about 350 sunny days a year no matter what you love to do in the great outdoors, Tucson is the place to do it. The climate and outstanding golf courses make Tucson a favorite golf destination. Take your best shot on a challenging desert golf course, or enjoy a more traditional links-style layout before exploring the thriving arts and cultural scene.  From the robust colors of centuries-old frescoes at Mission San Xavier del Bac to the shining steel of a Boeing Superfortress at the Pima Air & Space Museum, Tucson is a place with as many things to do as your heart and mind can imagine.

Airports serving this area:

Tuscon International: (TUS)

Tucson International Airport is a joint civil-military airport located 8 miles south of downtown Tucson, Arizona.  As an international airport, Tucson International is a port of entry that offers 24-hour customs and immigration services. Because of its proximity to Interstate 10, as well as I-19, which is the gateway to Mexico, the airport plays an important role in cargo operations.  The airport is also home to the 162nd Wing of the Air National Guard, which conducts training operations for the F-16 aircraft. This airport features three runways with the longest being ten thousand nine hundred and ninety six feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Million Air
  • Premier Aviation
  • Tuscon Jet Center
  • Bombardier Aerospace
  • Atlantic Aviation
  • Velocity Air

Aircraft Fleet Available: