Mesa, Ariz. – Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport completed its annual Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification inspection with zero discrepancies.
“A perfect score on an FAA inspection is a difficult task to achieve and requires cooperation amongst staff, the FAA, Mesa Fire, and Mesa Police,” said Gateway Executive Director Jane Morris. “While the Airport continues to grow, safety remains paramount
and this score validates our commitment.”
Airports that are certified to accommodate passenger service must undergo a comprehensive inspection each year to ensure compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations. FAA officials inspect fueling procedures, employee training records, inspection records,
and emergency response procedures. Officials also conduct an evaluation of the airfield to ensure that it is safe for air traffic.
About Gateway Airport
The Airport Authority is owned and operated by the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority, which consists of Mesa, Gilbert, Queen Creek, Gila River Indian Community, Phoenix, and Apache Junction. Gateway Airport offers nonstop passenger service to 35 cities
via Allegiant and has 1,000 acres of undeveloped land available for future job growth in the East Valley. For more information, visit
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