MESA, Ariz. — Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority has reopened its popular Cell Phone Lot after a nearby construction project closed it for two years. The lot is specifically designed for visitors choosing to wait in
their vehicles when picking up arriving passengers.
“At Gateway Airport, we strive to make the passenger experience ‘just plane easy®,’” said Interim Executive Director/CEO J. Brian O’Neill, A.A.E. “Although parking at Gateway Airport is reasonably-priced at just one dollar per half hour, cell phone lots
are a sought after amenity at most airports and enhance the customer’s overall travel experience.”
The cell phone lot is located south of the passenger terminal at
Sossaman and Ulysses Avenue.
About Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport:
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (Gateway Airport) is owned and operated by the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority (PMGAA). PMGAA consists of representation from Mesa, Gilbert, Queen Creek, Gila River Indian Community, Phoenix, and Apache Junction. Gateway
Airport offers nonstop passenger service to 38 cities via Allegiant and welcomes more than 1.4 million passengers each year. Gateway Airport also has 1,000 acres of undeveloped land available for future job growth in the East Valley.
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority Media Contact:
Brian Sexton, Communications Manager