Reach the world from Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport for your scheduled and charter air cargo operations. Gateway is ideally situated as an attractive and lower cost solution to other traditional air cargo ports and has
the runway length for widebody aircraft to fly non-stop to Asian and European destinations. Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport has three parallel runways: 10,401 feet, 10,201 feet, and 9,301 feet.
Centrally located within the Southwest United States, the Greater Phoenix region is served by an outstanding network of rail and trucking services. The region is an ideal location for distribution operations serving
the West Coast and Rocky Mountain Region. Major manufacturers such as Intel, Microchip, Honeywell Aerospace, and other high-tech suppliers are part of a growing and time-sensitive economy within the Valley.
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is located within Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) #221, which helps promote international trade within the region. Companies utilizing the FTZ may have customs duties reduced, deferred, or
eliminated, offering them a financial edge in the global marketplace. The state of Arizona also offers a significant reduction of property taxes for companies located within the FTZ. This reduction can often achieve
more than a 70% reduction of taxes paid. There is no inventory tax within the state making Arizona a prime location for global trade.
- Eleven-acre cargo apron
- Three long runways that accommodate any cargo aircraft
- On-Airport U.S. Customs
- Low operating costs - Airport Rates and Charges
- 24-hour airport operations
- Buildings available for lease and land available for build-to-suits
- Competitive on-airport building rentals
- Fully staffed Air Traffic Control Tower
- ILS on runway 30C
For additional information about how Gateway can help with your air freight network and needs please contact us:
J. Brian O'Neill, A.A.E.
Air Service Development
U.S. Customs Cargo Inspection
The Antonov An-225 delivers a 143-ton transformer for a local power utility at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.
An-124 at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Cargo Ramp. The ramp is sized and strengthened for two 747s to load and unload simultaneously.