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City Hires Airport Manager With Ties to Embry-Riddle

The City of Prescott has hired John Cox to manage Ernest A. Love Field, its municipal airport. Cox will begin his new position on July 14, 2014. Mr. Cox will assume responsibilities previously held by Jeff Tripp, who departed in May to accept an aviation management position in Oregon. Mr. Cox’s primary responsibilities will be… Read more »

CAF AirPower History Tour

World’s Only Flying B-29 Superfortress Headed to Prescott FRIDAY, MAY 16TH THROUGH SUNDAY, MAY 18TH FROM 9:00 AM TO 6:00 PM CAF AirPower History Tour will bring FIFI and other rare World War II aircraft. 2014 Prescott Flyer 2014 Prescott Summer Tour A Press Release May 5, 2014 – Residents of Prescott will witness a… Read more »

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Geographic Position Markings (GPM)

New Airfield Marking – Geographic Position Markers (GPM). The layout of the Airport creates an environment where Air Traffic Control personnel are unable to have a direct visual site line to the portions of the aircraft parking areas. Tower often receives communications from pilots operating on the non-movement areas (the Bottleneck Hangars, the South Hangars,… Read more »

2014-05-01 Airport of the Year Award

Prescott Airport Wins AZ 2014 Airport of the Year

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) has named Prescott Municipal Airport – Ernest A. Love Field the 2014 Airport of the Year. The award was presented to Airport Manager Jeffrey Tripp and Airport Management Analyst Mary Catherine Tennant on April 29 at the Arizona Association of Airports annual conference in Yuma. This is the first… Read more »

Proposed Airport Rates & Fees for FY15

The primary goals of the City of Prescott in operating, developing, and maintaining the Airport, are to assure safety, security, and financial responsibility to the benefit of the public. It is our policy to provide our customers with a quality facility and excellent customer service while striving to keep operating costs as low as possible…. Read more »