- Gateway Airport is an attractive alternative to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
- The Airport has three long runways, 10,400 ft., 10,200 ft., and 9,300 ft. and will accommodate any size aircraft.
- In 2015, Gateway Airport served 1.3 million passengers. By 2030, the Airport is projected to serve 10 million passengers annually.
- Allegiant Air serves passengers through Gateway Airport to more than 35 locations across the U.S. including San Francisco/Oakland (OAK), Las Vegas (LAS), and Cincinnati (CVG).
- More than 1,000 acres are available for development in the Gateway Airport area. The Airport is ideal for maintenance, repair and overhaul related companies in addition to manufacturing operations.
- U.S. Customs are on-site at the Airport, as well as US-VISIT (a U.S. Customs and Border Protection management system) for international charters (up to 20 passengers and crew).
- The Airport has an FAA-Contract Air Traffic Control Tower.
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