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What airlines serve Mesa, Arizona?

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As of 2015, airlines that serve the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, located southeast of Mesa, Arizona, are Allegiant Air and Elite Airways. Falcon Field Airport in Mesa, Arizona is owned and operated by the City of Mesa, and is a general aviation reliever with no scheduled airline activity. The City of Phoenix also owns and operates Sky Harbor International Airport, Deer Valley Airport and Goodyear Airport within the Phoenix Airport System.

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Allegiant Air is an all-jet service and U.S. Department of Transportation-certified Scheduled Air Carrier that files scheduled and chartered airline operations throughout the country, and charter service to Canada and Mexico. Allegiant destination cities from Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport include Las Vegas, San Francisco, Memphis, Cincinnati and Des Moines.

Elite Airways is a U.S. Part 121 Air Carrier that provides scheduled and charter service throughout the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico and South America. Elite Airways flies from Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport to San Diego.

Gateway Airport is the former Williams Air Force Base. The base closed in 1993 and reopened in 1994 as Williams Gateway Airport. Today, with more than 35 available destinations, Gateway Airport hosts more than 40 companies and is developing an international aerospace center with the capacity for aircraft maintenance, testing, modification and pilot training.

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