Scottsdale Airport is a general aviation reliever facility with no commercial commuter or airline service and is home to many of the Valley's corporate aircraft.

Located nine miles north of Scottsdale's downtown area and in close proximity to a wide range of world-class resorts, hotels, restaurants, and golf courses (visit Experience Scottsdale). Scottsdale Airport is an ideal choice for vacationers and business travelers. With an average median temperature of 70 degrees and an average of 360 VFR days a year, Scottsdale provides the country's best year-around flying conditions.

Scottsdale Airport is one of the premier corporate jet facilities in the state. In 1995, the Arizona Department of Transportation presented Scottsdale with the Arizona Airport of the Year award. In addition, one of the Fixed Base Operators located at Scottsdale Airport has been rated among the top 50 by "Professional Pilots Magazine" every year since 1993.

U.S. Customs service is currently available daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. to allows visitors from all over the world to come to Scottsdale, provided they have the proper visas.

Scottsdale Airport and its surrounding Airpark is a major economic asset for the City of Scottsdale. Centrally located in Scottsdale's only industrial-zoned area, the Airport and Airpark are primary sources of employment. The Airpark area serves as a base for over 85 major companies and is home to nearly 3,233 small and medium-sized businesses with over 59,000 employees.

Scottsdale Airport Map

Scottsdale Airport vicinity map highlighting key locations: Aviation Business Center, hangars, and FBOs, with major roads and landmarks nearby.

City of Scottsdale Airport logo with the IATA code SDL
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Scottsdale Airport: Busy corporate jet facility, significant economic impact, comprehensive services, historical significance.

Airport Aerial Map
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