Flying in Arizona
High altitude flying, a wide variety of landscapes including mountain terrain, and regional destinations including Sedona, the Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, Las Vegas, and Phoenix. Fly in and out of some of the world’s most iconic destinations from North-Aire Aviation of Prescott, AZ.
Base of Operations – The Prescott Municipal Airport (KPRC)
Ernest Love Field (KPRC), Prescott Municipal Airport, is the flight training hub of Northern Arizona. Four flight schools are co-located on the airport (North-Aire Aviation, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Universal Helicopters, and Guidance Aviation) which provide incredible resources for all pilots; 3 amazing runways, one of the busiest control towers in Arizona, a pro-aviation airport management team, and all four flight schools meet regularly to promote aviation safety. Prescott Airport sits at an elevation of 5,045′, providing flight students the opportunity to experience density altitude and mountain operations, which develop stronger flying abilities.
North-Aire Aviation, 6501 N. Wilkinson Drive, Prescott, AZ 86301