Show Low Regional Airport
0500 - 1900 MST 7 days/week
The Show Low Regional Airport was dedicated in 1946 as the result of
a U.S. Forest Service Special Use Permit. Since its modest beginning
from a dirt runway and small terminal, the Show Low Regional Airport
has become the premier air
transportation facility in the White Mountains.
Located one mile east of Show Low, the Airport features
two runways with parallel and connecting taxiways, a modern
6,400-square-foot terminal building, short and long-term vehicle parking
lots, and three aircraft parking ramps.
Runway 6-24 is 100 feet wide by 7,200 feet long. This runway
is PCL lighted, with PAPIís and REIL equipment on both approaches. It has
a weight-bearing capacity of 60,000 pounds for dual-wheel, main gear
aircraft. Aircraft as large as Gulfstream IV's and Challengers can easily be accommodated.
Runway 3-21 is 3,920 feet long by 60 feet wide, with a weight-bearing
capacity of 12,500 pounds. Equipped with runway edge reflectors, this runway
is used frequently as the crosswind runway. This runway provides easy access
to all parking ramps and is directly adjacent to the general aviation south ramp/hangar area.
Opened in August 1999, the new terminal building
provides a comfortable atmosphere for both commercial airline passengers and
terminal tenants and customers. Businesses include Enterprise, Hatch Toyota,
and Show Low
Ford car rental pickup/dropoff, and Great Lakes Airlines.
Wifi is available in the terminal building.
Great Lakes Airlines is located in the center of the terminal building.
offers scheduled airline
service between Show Low, Phoenix, Farmington and Denver seven days per week
with roundtrip flights daily.
Great lakes at (800) 554-5111 or (928)532-1009 for details. Utilizing
twin-engine Beech-1900 pressurized aircraft, passengers can fly one-way to
Phoenix in less than 40 minutes and to Denver in a little over two hours
with a short stop in Farmington. Great Lakes is a code-share partner with
United and Frontier Airlines and from Phoenix or Denver, passengers can
connect to any of the major airlines operating from these airports. Flights
operating out of Phoenix and Denver connect to cities across the United
States as well as international destinations.
The Airport terminal is open 365 days a
year. Airport Linemen are on duty year-round providing Jet A and 100LL AvGas fuel and aircraft oil, as
well as other services including aircraft jump-starting, light towing, ground
power, and engine preheating. Self-service AvGas and Jet A is available
24/7 from two above ground fuel tanks located west of the terminal building.
Users of the self-serve pumps pay 15 cents per gallon less than the full-service
An Automated Weather Observation System is available on 118.075 or by
telephone at (928) 532-0379 for up-to-the minute weather conditions.
approaches at KSOW include RNAV (GPS) and NDB-A.
A pilot briefing room, with Internet access for
weather and flight plan filing, is available. Vending machines offer snacks
and beverages. A conference room with TV and VCR/DVD, fax machine, and copier
are also available for a small fee.
In addition, advertising opportunities are available
for businesses wishing to promote their services. A large display area with
an accompanying speed dial telephone can be used for custom-made
advertisements and company brochures. Other advertising locations are also
available throughout the terminal.
office has full details on cost and availability of advertising
opportunities in the terminal.
information please see our AirNav website at