The Casa Grande Municipal Airport (CGZ) is owned and operated by the City of Casa Grande and occupies approximately 640 acres. It provides a world class fuel product to its customers at an affordable price. The airport staff maintains the airport-owned buildings, lighting and property, providing a safe environment for all of its customers. The Casa Grande Municipal Airport (CGZ) is located south and west of I-10 and west of Arizona Highway 387, and hosts several aviation events from December to April.

The Casa Grande Municipal Airport offers many amenities and benefits, so why fly CGZ?

  • Non-towered air space
  • Easy access to airport
  • Plenty of ramp space
  • Close to casinos/shopping
  • No landing fees

Mission Statement
The mission of the Casa Grande Municipal Airport is to provide a safe, efficient airport, and to support upgrades and additions to accommodate future growth.

The City of Casa Grande maintains and rents out 52 T-hangars, 18 shade hangars, and 100+ tie-downs. The city has leased out land for the construction of four private hangars and has enough land for up to 15 additional private hangars.

Located at 3225 N. Lear Avenue, the terminal building was built in 2001. The 4,800 square-foot facility contains offices, restrooms, a pilot briefing area and flight-planning area, a pilot’s lounge, a pilot shop and a fuel service desk. The terminal is generally open seven days a week from 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Hours are subject to change during seasons.

Foxtrot Cafe
The Foxtrot Cafe is located inside the Casa Grande Municipal Airport terminal and serves a variety of breakfast and lunch items. The Foxtrot Cafe is open 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday – Saturday and is closed on Sunday.

For more articles like this, be sure to check out the entire “Casa Grande: A Growing Horizon” special section in the Fall 2017 Golden Corridor LIVING Magazine!