According to the 2012 Economic Impact of Aviation in Arizona report, general aviation in Arizona generates an estimated $609 million in economic activity and supports $261 million in wages and benefits annually.
According to the FAA, there are 79 public-use airports in Arizona, which serve 18,274 pilots and 6,070 active general aviation aircraft.
The 2012 Economic Impact of Aviation in Arizona report found that in 2011, 2.5 million visitors traveled to Arizona by general aviation aircraft.
According to the 2012 Economic Impact of Aviation in Arizona report, general aviation supports 6,890 jobs in Arizona and sustains a payroll of $261 million annually.
According to the same report, general aviation supports $609 million in economic activity in Arizona annually.
According to FAA data, Arizona is home to 137 repair stations and 26 flight schools that host 3,845 student pilots and 3,674 flight instructors.
In addition, there are 71 fixed-base operators in the state, according to the AC-U-KWIK directory. According to Helicopter Association International, there are 319 heliports in Arizona.
Arizona is also home to many general aviation manufacturing companies including Honeywell Aerospace and Universal Avionics.
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