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Doing What Matters
Aviation Department Environmental Quality Specialist Lisa Farinas was recently featured in City Manager Ed Zuercher’s Doing What Matters segment. Find out more about her role at the airport and a prestigious award she received for her quick thinking. More>>

New Aviation Director Announced
James Bennett has been selected as the new Aviation Director. More>>

Updates on FAA Flight Path Changes
On Sept. 18, 2014 the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) implemented changes in flight paths to and from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Since then Sky Harbor has received thousands of comments and questions from those impacted by these changes. More>>

Retail Concessions RCS Now Available
The City of Phoenix Aviation Department has issued a Revenue Contract Solicitation (RCS) for retail concessions at Terminal 4. More>>

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Phoenix Sky Harbor serves more than 100,000 passengers, with 1,500 flights per day, and a daily economic impact that surpasses $90 million for the Phoenix metro area. We take pride in meeting the needs of our region’s thriving population, and planned improvements will add to our ability to remain America’s Friendliest Airport™. Sky Harbor serves nearly 40 million passengers every year. To keep pace with the Valley’s growth, Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport will need more terminal space and parking, better roads, airfield improvements, and options for moving people and airplanes around the Airport more quickly. Upcoming improvements to Sky Harbor are often referred to as the Airport Development Plan.

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