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Page Municipal Airport (PGA)

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About Page Municipal Airport (PGA)

238 N 10th Ave, Page, AZ 86040

Page Municipal Airport in AZ is a medium sized airport with private flights serving the surrounding cities of Colorado City, Page, Kanab, and Hildale

Private charter flights from Page Municipal Airport

There are 6 aircraft within 500 miles of Page Municipal Airport in Arizona available to be chartered starting from $4,347 per trip. Select a private jet, turboprop, single or multi-engine aircraft and a destination to explore per seat and total flight costs.

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About Page Municipal Airport

Page Municipal Airport (PGA), officially named Royce K Knight Field, is a commercial service airport located one mile east of Page, a city in Coconino County, Arizona.

The airport offers scheduled passenger service through three full-service fixed-base operators: American Aviation, Lake Powell Jet Center, and Classic Aviation.

This airport also facilitates private flights to the surrounding cities of Colorado City, Hildale, Kanab, and Page with daily flights to Las Vegas and Phoenix.

Parking

For parking information at Page Municipal Airport, please visit their page within the Page City website: cityofpage.org/departments/airport or give them a call at 928 645 4240.

Things to do

The surrounding area of Page Municipal Airport (PGA) offers multiple outdoor activities that include:

Horseshoe Bend
Horseshoe Bend is one of the most well-loved and visited places within the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. It offers a 1.5-mile hardened trail to the top with little shade. However, the view from the top is well worth it and spectacular.

Glen Canyon Dam
Rising over 700 feet above bedrock against the rust-colored walls of Glen Canyon, this dam harnesses the power of the Colorado River and is the second-highest concrete-arch dam in the US.

Hidden Canyon Kayak
One of the best ways to explore Arizona’s deep slot canyons and geologic marvels is by kayak. Explore Antelope, Lone Rock, and Slot canyons with an overnight, three, or five-day tour.

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