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Coconino County Airports are the following 4: Flagstaff Pulliam, Grand Canyon National Park , Page Municipal, and Sedona Airport .

Sedona Airport Authority foundation started in 1952 when Ray Steele and Joe Moser decided to build an Airport in a flat mile long mesa in the middle of the forest in a place called Sedona. They set out to level-off 3,000 ft. of Tabletop Mountain so airplanes could land. The community help built the airport including students from the Indian Boys School . In 1955 3,700 ft. of flat earth was ready for Airplanes. In 1958 the pavement was extended to its current 5,130 ft.

Currently, Sedona Airport Authority operates an average of 114 Aircraft operations per day. 48% of these operations are transient general aviation, 29% air taxi, 18% local general aviation, and 5% military. There are 101 Aircraft's based on the field, 91 Single engine airplanes, 7 Multi engine airplanes, 1 Jet airplane, and 2 Helicopters. The terminal features Offices, a Meeting Room, Pilot's Services, Car Rentals, Plane Rentals and Instruction, Pilot Supplies, and Large Public Area.

Page Municipal Airport this 536 acres non-hub airport currently, has two runways. Runway 15/33 is 5499 x 150 ft. / 1676 x 46 m and Runway 7/25 dimensions are 2200 x 75 ft. / 671 x 23 m. The Airports Weight bearing capacity on a Single wheel is 65000 lbs. and on a Double wheel 90000 lbs. Page Municipal Airport operates an average of 46 Aircraft operations per day. 53% of these operations are transient general aviation, 43% air taxi, 4% local general aviation, 11% commercial, and 1% military. There are 62 Aircraft's based on the field, 43 Single engine airplanes, 10 Multi engine airplanes, 2 Jet airplanes, and 7 Helicopters.

The airport has 137 aircraft tie-downs, airline service to Phoenix and Denver, air ambulance, fixed and rotor wing air tour services, a Fixed Base Operator with fuel services, over 19,000 total passenger enplanements and over 22,000 total aircraft operations in 2000. In 1998 it contributed $20 million economic impact (including multiplier effects) from a variety of aviation-related activities including commercial air service, general aviation activities, cargo transport, military activities, travel and tourism.

Contact information:

Sedona Airport Authority
235 Air Terminal Drive
Sedona, AZ 86336
Phone: (928) 282-4487
Fax: (928) 204-1292

Page Municipal Airport
238 10th Avenue
Page, AZ 86040
Phone: (928) 645-4337
Fax: (928) 645-4237



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