Provo Municipal Airport (Guide)

The Provo Municipal Airport has seldom had planned aircraft flights. In June 2011, Frontier Airlines started every day flights to Denver. Salt Lake City International Airport (around 40 miles (64 km) north) is the nearest air terminal with various flights. (SkyWest Airlines traveled to Provo in 1974-1975.) Frontier's flights to Denver finished in January 2013. Allegiant Air started flights to Phoenix/Mesa in February 2013, and in March 2013 reported twice-week after week flights to Oakland International Airport starting June 7, 2013.

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About PVU

The Provo Municipal Airport has seldom had planned aircraft flights. In June 2011, Frontier Airlines started every day flights to Denver. Salt Lake City International Airport (around 40 miles (64 km) north) is the nearest air terminal with various flights. (SkyWest Airlines traveled to Provo in 1974-1975.) Frontier's flights to Denver finished in January 2013. Allegiant Air started flights to Phoenix/Mesa in February 2013, and in March 2013 reported twice-week after week flights to Oakland International Airport starting June 7, 2013.

On July 4, 2013, it was reported that Allegiant Air would start traveling to Los Angeles International Airport starting September 26, 2013. In June 2016, Allegiant Air reported it would start traveling to San Diego International Airport starting September 28, 2016. The air terminal has one fixed-base administrator and is much of the time utilized for flight preparation and is home to flight schools, including one worked by Utah Valley University.

Over the most recent a half year of 2011, the air terminal had 14,858 enplanements. The airport is identified by the following international codes IATA: PVU, ICAO: KPVU, FAA LID: PVU) is two miles (3 km) west of Provo, in Utah County, Utah. The air terminal hosts Allegiant Air flights to three air terminals - Phoenix/Mesa Gateway Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, and Tucson International Airport.

Origin And Capacity Of PVU

The air terminal's Air Traffic Control Tower opened in 2005; already, the air terminal was uncontrolled. At the point when the control tower opened, the close by airspace became Class D airspace over a sweep of 4 nautical miles (7.4 km) around the air terminal and up to 7,000 feet (2,100 m) MSL (2500 feet AGL), with a round pattern in the southern segment encompassing close by Spanish Fork-Springville Airport, which isn't Class D. Fully expecting carrier administration, another terminal region was worked in mid-2011 to house Transportation Security Administration gear for traveler screening.

2017 was the busiest year yet, with 165,000 travelers served, contrasted with only 50,000 clients in its first year. The Frontier was the primary aircraft to force business flights to leave Provo. Just Allegiant stays at the little, single-entryway air terminal.

PVU Drone Regulations

In the event that you are going to fly an automaton inside five miles of the air terminal, you have to call the Provo Air Traffic Control Tower and let them know when and where this will happen. The pinnacle telephone number is 801-377-1760.