Let the friendly skies fly you into Glendale Municipal Airport, the best
run and friendliest airport in the Valley of the Sun. The Glendale Municipal Airport provides excellent customer service by combining the amenities of a big city airport with small town, personalized service.
For commercial airline schedules, please contact Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
or Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport.
New Flight Tracking System
In an effort to provide the community with additional tools to understand flight operations in their area, Sky Harbor offers a flight tracking system called PublicVue. Users can view flight information as well as submit noise concerns directly within the application. Find out how to get started using the application by visiting the Quick Start Guides and Resources at https://skyharbor.com/flightpaths/FlightTracking.html
Before using this tool, please note the following:
- Flight information displayed is on a 10 minute delay due to security reasons, nearly real-time!
- PublicVue works with the latest versions of Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer. You can also view the site on Android and iOS by using your browser.
- Need help with the PublicVue site? Contact 602-273-3340. Monday to Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.
FAA Metroplex Process - Public Invited to Comment
Phoenix is one of 21 areas in the United States where the FAA is implementing or planning to implement its Metroplex program. Metroplex looks at the entire airspace and all airports that use the airspace, and examines how technology can be implemented to improve safety, efficiency, capacity, and environmental impacts. The PHX Metroplex project will analyze aircraft arrival and departure procedures at a number of airports in a 200 mile radius of Phoenix. The project may involve changes in aircraft flight paths and/or altitudes in certain areas.
On May 1, 2015 FAA sent Glendale Municipal Airport the following letter regarding Notice of Intent to Prepare An Environmental Assessment Project For Phoenix Metroplex Project
For detailed information go to https://skyharbor.com/flightpaths/Metroplex.html
Recent Changes to Sky Harbor Flight Paths
On Sept. 18, 2014 the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) implemented changes in flight paths to and from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport as part of its effort to streamline departures and arrivals using satellite-based navigation. Since then, Phoenix Sky Harbor and the Federal Aviation Administration have received questions and complaints about the changes.
The city of Glendale Airport held a public meeting to discuss the recent changes to the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport flight paths. The meeting was held Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at the Glendale Adult Center, 5970 W. Brown St. at 6 p.m. Representatives from city of Glendale presented information and discussed how the changes may affect Glendale residents. Representatives from the cities of Glendale and Phoenix held a question and answer session following the presentation.
Additional information on the flight path changes and FAA regulations can be found online. Residents can also contact the Glendale Municipal Airport by calling 623-930-2188.
Planning for the Future
The city of Glendale has updated the Airport Master Plan to include inventory of facilities, forecasts of future aviation demand, and to plan for timely development to meet demand. The ultimate goal of the master plan is to provide systematic guidelines for the airport’s overall development, operation and maintenance.
Visiting Glendale and the West Valley
Urban escapes, mountain vistas, resorts, dining, shopping, action-packed sports and more! Glendale and the surrounding West Valley is a paradise of the senses. Explore our sports and entertainment offerings, including NFL football action at the University of Phoenix Stadium (mere minutes from the Glendale Airport). Or catch the exciting NHL and MLB games thanks to the hometown NHL Coyotes and Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox spring training facilities. Learn more