9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., M-F
4:30 a.m. - 10:30 p.m., Daily
24-Hour Duty Phone
The Prescott Municipal Airport (Ernest A. Love Field) is owned by the City of Prescott and operated by the Airport Department. The function of the Airport Department is to plan for, provide, operate and safely maintain an aviation facility adequate to the needs of the flying public and to keep the airport as a self-sustaining enterprise.
Economic Impact Study
In 2006, an Economic Impact Study was conducted by William V. Cheek & Associates on behalf of the Prescott Chamber of Commerce. The results of this survey concluded that the total direct economic impact of aviation activities at the Prescott Municipal Airport exceeds $25 million per year. Coupled with indirect and multiplier effects this total is estimated to be approximately $69 million per year.
The economic impact of an airport is a measure of the benefit it provides to the community. These benefits include the jobs, wages, and expenditures that occur at the airport.
- Direct Impact on the local economy reflects the jobs, payroll, and sales directly related to airport operations and businesses whose existence depends on the viability of the airport. In this case, airlines, tour operators, government installations/operations, concessionaires, educational facilities, flight schools, maintenance shops, airport administration, aircraft owners and tenants of the Airport were included.
- Indirect Impact refers to money flowing into the local economy that would come from individuals, businesses, and organizations related to the airport's operations or otherwise involved with Airport business. Tourists, students, and businesses that buy, sell or trade in the community help quantify these inputs.
- Induced Impact refers to the so-called "multiplier" effect, which represents the downstream effect of the airport operations and those of businesses dependent on the Airport's viability. Money generated by Direct Impact and Indirect Impact create additional jobs, rounds of spending and thereby "multiply" the initial inputs. Typically, the Direct Impact and Indirect Impact figures are added together, then a multiplier is applied to determine the Induced Impact.
- Public NoticeDraft Airport Minimum Operating Standards
- DRAFT Minimum Operating Standards This document is the revised document following the meetings and discussions of the Airport Working Group
- Redline Comparison of Above DRAFT Minimum Operating Standards and those presented in July 2008
- July 2008 Draft Minimum Operating Standards as presented at the public meeting in July 2008
- Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program
- Exhibit B: Arizona Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program directory Search 3/28/2011
- Exhibit c: arizona registrar of contractors - list of licensed contractors, 3/28/2011
- Regulations: 49 CFR Part 26 Participation by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises in Department of Transportation Financial Assistance Programs
- Airfield Driver Credential Application (pdf, 34.2 kb)
If you desire to have unescorted access to the Prescott Municipal Airport, and your job responsibilities include a need for you to drive on the Movement Areas of the Airport you are required to apply for and receive airport issued access identification which includes Airfield Driver Certification.
- Work Order Form (pdf, 31.7 kb)
- Hangar Waiting List Application (pdf, 25.9 kb)
This is the application for private aircraft storage space.
- Key and Prox Card Application (pdf, 28.4 kb)
Application for City Issued Access Media to Security Areas of the Airport
- Prior Permission Request form for large aircraft (pdf, 28.4 kb)
Prior Permission Request form for aircraft with maximum gross landing weight in excess of published runway capabilities.
- See something that needs fixing on the airport grounds? Submit a Work Request
- 1997 Airport Master Plan
- 2009 Airport Master Plan
- Airport Layout Plan
- Airport Economic Impact Study
- Airport Construction Projects
- Fly Prescott Blog/Newsletter (external link)
- 2006 Airport Economic Impact Study (pdf, 5626.1 kb)
- Prescott Airport Rate and Fee Schedule B (effective July 2009) (pdf, 11.5 kb)
Increase of rates for City operated aircraft hangars, tiedowns, shades, and storage areas
- Prescott Airport Rates and Fees Schedule - A (pdf, 11.5 kb)
- Prescott Airport Rates and Fees Schedule - Amendment (pdf, 142.2 kb)
|Direct Economic Activity||Indirect Economic Activity||Induced Economic Impact||Total Economic Activity|