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Terminal Maintenance Begins at Flagstaff Pulliam Airport

The Flagstaff Pulliam Airport is pleased to announce the beginning of several terminal maintenance projects. Travelers can rest assured that the majority of the work will take place during overnight hours, reducing any disruption to travel plans. The project encompasses maintenance of the fire suppression sprinkler system, interior repainting of the terminal, updates to wayfinding signage, new doors, and enhancements to lighting. This work is made possible through funding provided by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which is slated to sunset this year.

“We are dedicated to enhancing the travel experience for all visitors to FLG. This project has been carefully planned to minimize inconvenience to travelers. By scheduling the bulk of the work at night, we aim to ensure smooth operations without impacting departures or arrivals. Moreover, the terminal sprinkler project underscores our commitment to ensuring the safety and well-being of all passengers for years to come. Additionally, travelers can anticipate a refreshed terminal interior with newly painted walls, updated wayfinding signage, new lighting and more,” stated Airport Director Brian Gall.

All work will be completed by early July 2024. We appreciate the community’s cooperation and understanding as we work towards further enhancing Flagstaff Pulliam Airport.