Gateway Mesa Airport offers travelers flight access to more than 35 cities,
offering non-stop service via Spirit Airlines and Allegiant. (If you are looking for a direct link to the airport, scroll down to the bottom of the page...)
This airport will continue to grow, providing more destinations for its travelers. If you are looking for general information about Gateway Mesa Airport, happy landing….
The airport itself is located at: 6033 South Sossaman Road in Mesa, Arizona 8521. Their phone number
is (480) 988-7600.
This particular airport has three runways with future plans of adding a fourth one. In addition to any future plans, Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport they also intend on adding another terminal which will add 14 gates. This smaller airport may be small for now, but hold on because their future expansion goals do not stop there. They also plan on adding an international aerospace center to include aircraft maintenance, modification, testing, and pilot training.
Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport Authority is the owner/operator of this Airport while the Authority (at present) consists of the following cities: Phoenix, Gilbert, Mesa, Queen Creek and the Gila River Community.
Easy access to this Valley airport and many amenities are what you will find here. The reviews are mostly in favor of this airport likely due to the “smallness” when compared to larger airports which many appreciate.
Some of the advantages of this airport are lighter air traffic with faster departures, being able to get through security quicker, longer runways, lower air-fares, smaller check-in lines, internet access, on time flights, less people, reasonable parking fees, and courtyard area patio in between the buildings and other positive comments.
Sure, you will find those who have their share of negative comments such as having to wait for a flight, but overall, what you will find that the reviews I could find are extremely positive about the Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport. I mean when you think about it, most delays are weather related or service related when a plane is need of repairs. I am sure you would agree that those types of delays are well worth the wait!
To access the airport site, click here.
If you prefer a larger airport, you can always fly out of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
And just because it’s a smaller airport in Arizona, don’t be fooled… it still has plenty of shops, restaurants, gifts, memorabilia, Paradise Bakery, Copper Plate (American Grill) and more.