Provo Municipal Airport
|Owner||City of Provo|
|Elevation AMSL||4,497 ft / 1,370.7 m|
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT Latitude and Longitude:
|Statistics (CY 2013)|
Provo Municipal Airport ( IATA: PVU, ICAO: KPVU, FAA LID: PVU) is a public airport two miles (3 km) west of Provo, in Utah County, Utah. The airport hosts Allegiant Air flights to three airports - Phoenix/Mesa Gateway Airport, Los Angeles International Airport and Tucson. It is the second busiest public airport in Utah by aircraft movements, with 172,000 aircraft operations in the year ending May 2007.  
The airport is used for general aviation and rarely had scheduled airline flights until June 2011 when Frontier Airlines began daily flights to Denver. Salt Lake City International Airport (about 40 miles (64 km) north) is the closest airport with numerous flights. ( SkyWest Airlines flew to Provo from 1974-1975.) 
Service to Denver on Frontier ended in January 2013.  Allegiant Air began flights to Phoenix/Mesa in February 2013,  and in March 2013 announced twice-weekly flights to Oakland International Airport beginning June 7, 2013.  On July 4, 2013, it was announced that Allegiant Air would begin flying to Los Angeles International Airport beginning September 26, 2013.  In June 2016, Allegiant Air announced it would begin flying to San Diego International Airport beginning September 28, 2016. 
Having one fixed-base operator, the airport is frequently used for flight training and is home to flight schools, including one operated by Utah Valley University. In the last 6 months of 2011 the airport had 14,858 enplanements.
The airport's Air Traffic Control Tower opened in 2005. Previously, the airport was uncontrolled. When the control tower opened, the nearby airspace became Class D airspace over a radius of 4 nautical miles (7.4 km) around the airport and up to 7,000 feet (2,100 m) MSL (2500 feet AGL), with a circular cutout in the southern portion surrounding nearby Spanish Fork-Springville Airport, which is not Class D.
In anticipation of commercial passenger service, a new terminal area was built in early 2011 to house Transportation Security Administration equipment for passenger screening. As of August 2012, a millimeter wave full body scanner is in use. 
- Runway 13/31: 8,599 ft × 150 ft (2,621 m × 46 m) Asphalt
- Runway 18/36: 6,614 ft × 150 ft (2,016 m × 46 m) Asphalt
- Helipad H1: 40 ft × 40 ft (12 m × 12 m) Concrete
- Helipad H2: 40 ft × 40 ft (12 m × 12 m) Concrete
|Allegiant Air||Los Angeles, Phoenix/Mesa, Tucson |
|1||Phoenix/Mesa, Arizona (AZA)||40,000||Allegiant|
|2||Los Angeles, California (LAX)||18,000||Allegiant|
|3||Oakland, California (OAK)||15,000||Allegiant|
|4||San Diego, California (SAN)||2,000||Allegiant|
- "Passenger Boarding (Enplanement) and All-Cargo Data for U.S. Airports" (PDF). Federal Aviation Administration. June 20, 2014. Archived from the original (PDF) on August 16, 2014. Retrieved September 14, 2014.
- FAA Airport Master Record for PVU ( PDF), effective 2008-02-14
- Davidson, Lee (25 September 2015). "Provo now Utah's No. 2 airport, passing St. George and Wendover". Salt Lake Tribune.
- "SkyWest 35 Years".
- Finley, Jeff (14 September 2012). "Frontier Airlines to suspend Provo airport flights".
- "New Provo-to-Phoenix flights ease sting of lost route".
- "Press Release - Investor Relations - Allegiant Air". ir.allegiantair.com.
- "Allegiant Air plans a third route from Provo airport".
- "Allegiant Air breaks into Newark as it adds 3 cities to route map".
- "Provo Airport gets TSA's advanced imaging". Daily Herald. Daily Herald (Utah). Retrieved 2012-08-04.
- "Provo, Utah". Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Oct 2016.
- "OST_R - BTS - Transtats". www.transtats.bts.gov.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Provo Municipal Airport.|
- Provo Municipal Airport, official website
- ( PDF), effective December 6, 2018
- FAA Terminal Procedures for PVU, effective December 6, 2018
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