Traveler’s Guide to Scottsdale Airport
Scottsdale airport (SCF) is a city owned, public airport located in Scottsdale, Maricopa County, Arizona. Originally built to serve as a flight training school during World War II, the airport is now designated as a reliever airport to provide congestion relief to bigger commercial airports in the region (Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport). Scottsdale airport is an important general aviation airport, especially convenient for corporate jets. It also happens to be the busiest single runway airport in the country handling about 133,000 landings and takeoffs every year. Landmark Aviation and Scottsdale AirCenter are the two fixed based operators of the airport, providing great facilities and maintenance services.
Scottsdale Airport Transfers
To get to City Center Scottsdale, you will find a range of options including authorized airport shuttles and on-site car rentals such as Enterprise, Alamo and more.
You can even drive off in the luxury of chauffeur driven limos just as you step out.
Scottsdale Airport Amenities
Apart from a few dining options and dedicated concierge services, the airport terminal features and executive conference room and a quite room to cater to urgent requirements of business travelers and VIP guests.
Scottsdale Airport is located just 9 miles from the City Centre, which means it is very close to a range of resorts, and hotels. Be it for business or pleasure, the airport is ideally situated.
The terminal has a new US_VISIT customs service section that ensures smooth check and check out of travelers with proper visas, thanks to the modern biometric identification techniques.
Scottsdale Airport Parking
Scottsdale Airport offers a safe and secure car parking facility for guests. The terminal is quite close, so you can simply walk it, but there is an option of valet parking as well.