Learn what’s new at Falcon Field Airport at Dec. 9 meeting

Posted 11/30/20

 

Falcon Field Airport officials are holding a community/airport tenants update virtual meeting 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 9, via Zoom.

“Get the latest updates, ask questions, make …

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Learn what’s new at Falcon Field Airport at Dec. 9 meeting

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Falcon Field Airport officials are holding a community/airport tenants update virtual meeting 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 9, via Zoom.

The airport campus is on 784 acres between Greenfield, Higley, McDowell and McKellips roads in northeast Mesa.

“Get the latest updates, ask questions, make suggestions and voice concerns at the community/airport tenants update meeting hosted by Falcon Field Airport. Airport staff will be available to answer questions,” according to a release.

Due to COVID-19 concerns, the meeting will be conducted virtually via Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/92019142702. The meeting ID is: 920 1914 2702.

The tentative agenda includes a COVID-19 update on the Mesa CARES program, airport administration office services, and masking and social distancing in the airport terminal building; airport capital improvement projects; suggestions for future capital improvements; new airport gate access cards; the “fly friendly” program; an economic development update; the airport annual calendar; and upcoming events.

For more information, call 480-644-2450 or email airport.info@mesaaz.gov.

Falcon Field was established in 1941 as a military airport during World War II to train British Royal Air Force and American pilots. In 1948, the federal government deeded the property to the City of Mesa as a municipal airport. Learn more at https://www.falconfieldairport.com.

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