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 2016, Gateway Airport served 1.3 million passengers. By 2030, the Airport is projected to serve 10 million passengers annually.
Allegiant Air, WestJet, and Swoop serve passengers through Gateway Airport to more than 47 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.
Gateway Airport is home to SkyBridge Arizona, the nation's first international air cargo hub to house both Mexican and United States customs. The first-of-its-kind service will enable E-commerce companies, manufacturers, and other commercial interests conducting business in Mexico and throughout Latin America to more efficiently and cost-effectively transport goods between countries, while ensuring proper inspections and safety controls.