Falcon Field Airport

Why we do the work we do:

The department's work aligns with Mesa's City Council Strategic Initiatives of Placemaking, Skilled and Talented Workforce, Sustainable Economy.

What we do:

Falcon Field Airport is a general aviation airport owned and operated by the City of Mesa. Located in northeast Mesa, Falcon Field serves as a reliever to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport and Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. It is an active economic engine with more than 120 businesses providing a wide range of aviation services including aircraft design & manufacturing, maintenance & repair, avionics, interiors, fueling, flight training, charters, and painting. Approximately 800 aircraft are based at the airport for corporate, business, public safety and recreational use.   
Falcon Field Airport provides a safe, high quality, and friendly air transportation facility that meets the needs of aviation customers while remaining sensitive to the quality of life in surrounding neighborhoods. The airport’s successful “Fly Friendly” program demonstrates its commitment as a good neighbor to the community.

Department Financial Summary

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Performance Dashboard

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Number of Businesses Located at Falcon Field 

Airport Based Jobs

Capital Improvement

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