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Flagstaff Pulliam Implements Paid Parking Program

Author:  Kristin V. Shaw, Airport Improvement Published in: November-December 2023 As the closest commercial airport to the Grand Canyon and red rock area of Sedona, Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG) itself is very scenic. Sitting on nearly 800 acres of former U.S. Forest Service land, the city-owned airport has stunning mountain views for tourists and other visitors. […]

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Flagstaff Pulliam Airport enhances travel experience with new paid parking system and economy lot

Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG) is pleased to announce the implementation of a new paid parking system, accompanied by the opening of the Economy Lot. The additional parking capacity aims to provide a smoother and more convenient experience for travelers, offering ample parking space and affordable rates. The opening of the additional Economy Lot more than

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Flagstaff Pulliam Airport to Temporarily Close Runway for Maintenance

The Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG) runway will be closed for maintenance from midnight on July 9 until midnight on July 15, 2023. During this time, commercial passenger service and fixed-wing aircraft operations will be unavailable. However, helicopter operations will continue uninterrupted. Pavement maintenance work will be completed in partnership with the Arizona Department of Transportation

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Airport Improvement Projects Scheduled for this Year

Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG) experienced its third busiest year for passenger travel in 2022. Eager to keep up with the growing demand of passenger travel, as well as serving as the hub for passenger, air freight, public safety flights and other transportation services in Northern Arizona, FLG has multiple improvement projects planned in 2023 to

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A delicate dance: Crews keeping airport safe and running this winter in Flagstaff

By Sierra Ferguson, Arizona Daily Sun The Flagstaff Pulliam Airport has not closed its runway once this winter, despite the area receiving more than 60 inches of snow in January alone. A crew of just three people kept the almost 9,000-foot airstrip clear enough for aircraft to safely land, keeping package deliveries, emergency operations and

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