Today, Gateway hosts more than 40 companies, serves more than 60 cities with non-stop service via Allegiant, Flair Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, Swoop, and WestJet, and contributes $1.3 billion
annually to the Arizona economy. Gateway is also developing as an international aerospace center with aircraft maintenance, modification, testing, and pilot training. In addition to the area's skilled labor force,
excellent year-round flying weather, three expansive runways averaging 10,000 feet, and access to international markets, Gateway's assets make it a prime location for global-minded companies.
Gateway has been designated as Foreign Trade Zone #221, as well as a Military Reuse Zone, offering aviation companies a significant financial edge in the global marketplace.
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority (PMGAA) owns and operates the Airport. PMGAA currently consists of the following:
PMGAA's mission is "Strive to be the airport that air travelers choose, airlines prefer, and a growing number of businesses call home. We will provide exceptional customer service while
operating Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in a safe, secure, efficient, and fiscally-responsible manner."