Posted on December 22nd, 2022
Provo Municipal is a commercial and general aviation airport located approximately four miles west of downtown Provo, Utah. PVU offers limited commercial flights, private jet services, and general aviation traffic on its two runways.
Located on the east shore of Utah Lake, the airport is centrally located in Provo, with Salt Lake City 45 miles north along Interstate 15 and Park City 51 miles northeast on US 189. There are two FBOs, including private terminal buildings for jets and passengers at PVU.
Sitting at the bottom of the Wasatch Mountain Range is Provo’s Airport. Limited scheduled commercial flights and private jet facilities are located near the main terminal. Services include rental cars, ground transportation, and town cars. Aircraft accommodations include refueling, ramp and heated hangars, and deicing.
The main airport and terminal buildings are open for seasonal hours in the winter/spring from 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM, and in summer/fall from 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
Airport Codes: PVU (FAA and IATA), KPVU (ICAO)
Lat/Long: N40-47.3 / W111-58.7
Operating Hours: Seasonal 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM Winter/Spring and 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM Summer/Fall.
FBO: There are 2 fixed-based operators (FBOs)
Runway: 13/31 – 8,603 ft. long is the longest runway.
U.S. Customs: No.
Address: 3421 Mike Jense Pkwy, Provo, UT 84601
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Provo Municipal Airport offers private jets and general aviation services. The airport has two hangars and a terminal building. TAC Air is one of two FBOs at the airport. They offer air cargo, ground support, fuel, oxygen, and major airframe servicing. Million Air Provo recently upgraded their facilities. This included adding private offices and a flight-planning room with WSI weather. Their new facility has more hangar space and additional maintenance capacity.