Homes Near Airport

The St. George Airport is served year round by Delta Airlines, connecting through Salt Lake City, Utah, and by United Airlines, connecting through Los Angeles, California, with SkyWest Airlines flying the Delta and United connections.

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4196 Airport Parkway #52G, St George, UT 84790
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Property Type: Commercial
Square Footage: 17500
Year Built: 2015
Area: Greater St. George
Description: 15,000 sq ft hangar with 2 floors, 5000 sq ft training & office space. War...
Last Updated: February - 26 - 2020

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With Lake Mead to the south west, Lake Powell to the east and with several National Parks such as Zion’s, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Canyon Lands, and Brianhead Ski Resort, flying into the St. George region shows the beauty that one would enjoy.

After nearly two decades of planning, financial challenges and budget changes, the new St. George Municipal Airport is about ready to begin scheduling flights. When the new airport opens in January 2011, it will be able to accommodate larger jet aircraft capable of carrying passengers to Salt Lake City and a number of other regional destinations currently not available.

Thousands of acres of developable property adjacent to the new airport will spur long-term economic development growth for all of Washington County. Visitors to the area will find the new airport to be a convenient way to access St. George and surrounding communities which feature: Huntsman World Senior Games, St. George Marathon, St. George Ironman Triathlon, Tuacahn Amphitheater, 13 golf courses, state parks and easy access to four national parks and monuments including Zion National Park.

You may view flight schedules and current airport information at the St. George Airport website.

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