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Existing Aviation Business

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The Kingman Airport and Industrial Park is the largest industrial park in Arizona outside the Phoenix area. It features 1,100 acres of developed land, with an additional 1,500 acres planned for future expansion. Currently, the industrial park is home to more than 75 companies, employing over 2,300 people.

A variety of transportation modes provide service to the park. It is located outside Kingman’s city limits on Route 66, just north of I-40 and US Hwy 93. A main line of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad intersects the park. Additionally, the adjacent Kingman airport has two active 6,900 ft. runways. The main runway is rated by the FAA for DC-9/737 type aircraft.

Below is a list of companies that currently Aviation Related companies that currently operate at the Kingman Airport and Industrial Park

M-14P Inc.

In 2005 M-14P opened its doors in a new 10,000 square-foot facility located in Kingman, Arizona. They have greatly expanded their capabilities with new tooling and custom-designed shop space that has allowed them to become a one-of- a-kind, one-stop shop for Yak and M-14P aircraft in the world.

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