Scheduled service for Allegiant will begin February 15, 2013, at the Provo Airport with two flights per week to and from Mesa/Phoenix, Arizona. When service starts, flights will be on Mondays and Fridays, then in April will change to Sundays and Thursdays. Allegiant runs specials and adds extra flights for special events in the area, so check their website often.
Allegiant uses TACAir's facility, 3421 West Mike Jense Parkway, as its terminal, and sells tickets online at Allegiant.com.
It is important to allow enough time before the flight to pre-pay for parking if you are leaving a vehicle at the airport and to get checked in and through security. It is recommended you be there one to two hours early. With Provo being a smaller airport there is only one security station for everyone on the flight to go through. With the flights filling up, that means you still need to allow enough time to go through the pre-flight processes.
Hertz Rental cars are available through TACAir, (801) 356-3535. If other rental agencies are used, you must make arrangements through them to have the cars at the airport when you arrive.
Daily scheduled service to Mesa/Phoenix
Steve Gleason, 801-852-6715,
Emergency (24hr) 801-368-0383
Airport Operations Coordinator
Dann Shumway, 801-852-6715,
Emergency (24hr) 801-368-0688
TACAir (FBO) 801-356-5656
(fuel and services)
The Provo Airport can be reached by taking Provo Center Street westbound to 3110 West, turn left and follow the road until it ends at the airport.
The public parking lot at the Provo Airport is in front of the TACAir terminal. Parking is only $3.50 per day, which is only half of what you would pay at Salt Lake International Airport. There are credit card pay stations just inside the TACAir entrance. This is a pre-pay system, and there are instructions to walk you through the process. If your return trip is delayed, there is a phone number on the receipt to call to extend your parking duration so a $25 parking citation is not issued. Please allow enough time before your flight to be able to pre-pay. A citation will be issued if pre-payment is not made. The 24-hour periods for parking run from midnight - midnight.
The Provo Airport is served by two runways. Runway 13/31 is 8,600 feet long and 150 wide and is of asphalt construction. It has a porous friction course surface, and rated pavement strengths of 65,000 pounds single wheel gear (SWG); 85,000 pounds dual wheel gear (DWG); 140,000 pounds tandem gear (DTG) loading. Runway 13/31 is equipped with high, low and medium intensity runway lighting system and served by a parallel taxiway system. A precision instrument landing system (ILS) is installed on Runway 13, and visual landing aids include a PAPI-4 on Runway 13 and a PAPI-2 on runway 31.
Runway 18/36 is 6,602 feet long by 150 feet wide and is of asphalt construction. It is rated for 50,000 pounds SWG; 70,000 pounds DWG and 110,000 pounds DTG. This runway has medium intensity lighting and PAPI-2 units on each runway end. Connecting taxiways link the runway to the apron areas.
The aiport's terminal area is located on the east side of the airfield complex, and is comprised of fixed base operator facilities, hangars, T-hangars, tie downs, aircraft aprons, aircraft rescue and fire fighting facilities, as well as other miscellaneous structures, offering a complete line of aviation services.
AWOS: 135.17, 801-373-9782
ATCT Hours of Operation: 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. local time