Prescott Air Service Questionnaire


The City of Prescott and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University have teamed up to produce and distribute a survey about airline passenger service at Prescott and to find out about how, when, and to where people want to fly. Your input is requested even if you don’t currently use the airport. The Prescott Chamber of Commerce is… Read more »

Fire Season in Full Swing


The 2016 wildfire season is underway. With several fires already extinguished and others currently burning near Flagstaff, the US Forest Service is very busy with wildland fire mitigation. A large section of pavement at the Prescott Airport is home to the Prescott Fire Center and Henry Y. H. Kim Aviation Facility. This facility serves as… Read more »

Prescott Airport to Host AOPA Fly-In


September 30 – October 1 the Prescott Municipal Airport will host the Aircraft Owner and Pilot Association (AOPA) fall Fly-In. ¬†Activities include a Barnstormers Dance, Rusty Pilot workshop, and a number of seminars, safety briefings, and exhibitions. For more information, as well as exhibitor and volunteer opportunities, please visit the PRC Fly-In page at:… Read more »

Reunited – POW and The Last B-26


This short documentary shares the journey and memories of WWII B-26 Bomber Pilot, POW Barney Wasowicz as he is flown¬†across the country to see the only flying B-26 in existence. During the experience, the selfless Veteran and public servant takes the opportunity to honor his fellow Prisoners of War. To see the rest of the… Read more »

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 »