Arizona Airports Guide
Since the 1920s, airports have been built in Arizona in response to military and commercial demand. Currently, even some small Arizona towns have their own airports. There are also large hubs that connect Arizona to other U.S. states and countries around the world (assuming pandemic restrictions are not in effect). And a lot of them contribute considerably to the economic welfare of the state. The total economic impact of Arizona airports is estimated to surpass $58 billion.
Over 50 million travelers take off or land in AZ airports annually, and over 680,000 tons are loaded onboard or discharged each year. There are busy hubs with multiple connection flights and small air gates to local towns. Many have prominent histories, mostly related to their military past.