Flagstaff Airport is dedicated to providing quality service to meet the community's ever growing transportation needs.
Service to Denver
Starting March 31, 2019, the Flagstaff Airport (FLG) will partner with United Airlines to provide daily non-stop service to Denver International Airport (DEN). This flight will provide an additional carrier for the Flagstaff Airport and a new market for United Airlines. This route will fly seven days a week, with two flights per day departing in the morning and mid-day on an ERJ-145 aircraft that can accommodate 50 passengers. Seats for these flights to Denver can be purchased online.
Service to Dallas/Fort Worth
Also starting this spring, April 2, 2019, American Airlines will reinstate the Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) route with two non-stop flights daily. The new route is part of American's plan to grow it's DFW operations. "We want the best for the customers and that means having an expansive network out of DFW," said Cedric Rockamore, Vice President of DFW Hub Operations. Seats for these flights to Dallas/Fort Worth can be purchased online.
- Notice of Intent to Impose Only, Impose &Use, and/or Use a Passenger Facility Charge for the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (Multiple Projects)
- Tarmac Delay Contingency Plan (PDF)
- Notice of Intent for Passenger Facility Charges for Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (PDF)
- Flagstaff Airport Master Plan (PDF)
The Flagstaff Airport Master Plan has been initiated by the City of Flagstaff to properly plan for the timely development of the airport to ensure its continued viability from a functional, social, and environmental perspective. The Master Plan will provide Flagstaff Airport with a comprehensive overview of the airport's needs over the next 20-year time period, including a preferred development plan, costs for this development, and a clear plan of action.