Avflight Mesa opens new facility


Avflight Corporation has opened its new facility at Falcon Field Airport in Mesa, Arizona.

The development includes a 5,000 square foot FBO terminal, more than 500 square feet of leasable office space and 11,000 square feet of hangar space with plans to expand to accommodate a growing customer base at the Mesa airport.

The FBO terminal features pilot and passenger lounges, snooze rooms, showers, a kitchen, a flight planning room and a conference room. Its convenient location on the airport field allows for direct access from road to ramp with ample parking space for streamlined travel.

“The Avflight team is honored to serve as a premier gateway to Mesa and the greater Phoenix region,” said Garrett Hain, Avflight’s vice president of finance. “When we moved onto the field in December, we sought to bring our passion for aviation and comprehensive knowledge of aviation services, backed by the resources afforded by a network of 23 premier FBOs, to the FFZ field. Our goal was, and continues to be, to build on the foundation of Falcon Field Airport’s offerings with new facilities and a dedication to customer care. We’re here to be a true, trusted partner, dedicated to supporting the airport’s growing customer base with first-class services and amenities.”

Avflight established its operation at Falcon Field Airport in December 2020 out of the existing facilities it acquired from Falcon Executive Aviation before moving to its current location across the field.

As a full-service FBO, Avflight Mesa offers 24-hour fueling services (including jet fuel and avgas), oxygen service, aircraft parking, courtesy transportation, rental cars, computerized weather and professional concierge services. As an Avfuel-branded location, Avflight Mesa offers competitive pricing and transaction ease with Avfuel Contract Fuel and lucrative rewards with AVTRIP.

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