With more than 260,000 operations annually, Falcon Field consistently ranks among the top 10 most active general aviation airports in the U.S.
More than 750 aircraft are based at Falcon Field Airport.
Two runways of 5,100 and 3,800 feet accommodate a wide variety of fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters.
Falcon Field Airport hosts an FAA air traffic control tower.
More than 100 on-airport businesses provide aviation services – fueling, maintenance and repairs, inspections, avionics, aircraft painting, aircraft interiors, aircraft charters and rentals – to support aircraft operations, manufacturing, or research and development activities.
More than 40 acres are available on-airport for aviation-related development with direct runway/taxiway access.
Falcon Field Airport is ideal for aircraft components/systems manufacturing; aircraft/helicopter maintenance, repair and overhaul uses; aircraft restoration; aircraft testing; aircraft sales; corporate aviation departments; and fixed-base operators.
With helipads and nearby desert areas for practice maneuvers, Falcon Field is ideal for helicopter operations and manufacturing.
Six industrial parks with more than 1,000 acres of industrial-zoned land are located throughout the Falcon District and provide a wide range of options suitable for nearly any operation.