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Arizona airports to receive nearly $225 million in funding amid COVID-19

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Posted at 11:36 AM, Apr 14, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-14 14:36:41-04

PHOENIX — The Federal Aviation Administration will award nearly $225 million to Arizona airports to help respond to the coronavirus emergency.

The announcement was made Tuesday that $224,869,172 would go to 59 Arizona airports. The funding is part of the Trump Administration’s Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act Airport Grant Program.

“The funds are available for airport capital expenditures, airport operating expenses including payroll and utilities, and airport debt payments,” according to an official press release about the grant.

See funding for how much money is going to each Arizona airport, as well as other US airports on this interactive map.

The state's airports that will receive funding are:
Eric Marcus Municipal
Bagdad
Benson Municipal
Bisbee Municipal
Buckeye Municipal
Laughlin/Bullhead International
Casa Grande Municipal
Chandler Municipal
Chinle Municipal
Cibecue
Greenlee County
Colorado City Municipal
Coolidge Municipal
Cottonwood
Bisbee Douglas International
Eloy Municipal
Flagstaff Pulliam
Sierra Vista Municipal-Libby AAF
Gila Bend Municipal
Glendale Municipal
San Carlos Apache
Phoenix Goodyear
Grand Canyon National Park
Holbrook Municipal
Kayenta
Kingman
Lake Havasu City
Marana Regional
Ak-Chin Regional
Falcon Field
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway
Nogales International
Page Municipal
Avi Suquilla
Payson
Grand Canyon West
Phoenix Deer Valley
Phoenix Sky Harbor International
Pinal Airpark
Polacca
Prescott Regional - Ernest A Love Field
Safford Regional
St Johns Industrial Air Park
San Manuel
Scottsdale
Sedona
Show Low Regional
Springerville Municipal
Taylor
Tuba City
Ryan Field
Tucson International
Whiteriver
Wickenburg Municipal
Cochise County
H A Clark Memorial Field
Window Rock
Winslow-Lindbergh Regional
Yuma MCAS/Yuma International