became the 48th state admitted into the United
States on February 14, 1912. Its capital,
Phoenix, hosts the largest airport and the major
international airport in the state, the
Sky Harbor International Airport. This
airport is currently the 17th in the world for
passenger transport and the seventh busiest
airport in terms of aircraft movement.
Interested in learning to fly, you can do so at
the Phoenix Deer Valley Airport, which is home
to two large flight training academies, the Westwind School of Aeronautics and the TransPac
People fly from all over to live in Arizona's warm climate, often
landing in beautiful places like Tucson, Yuma,
Mesa and Scottsdale. If you are looking
for a cooler climate, the City of Prescott
averages in the upper 80's in the summer months.
Many people think of Arizona as simply a
beautiful, warm, location. However, if you
head to the northern most city of Flagstaff, you
can visit the Ponderosa Pine Forests or Ski
properties available in this state are second to
none for the aviator who enjoys warm weather
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This is the official
Arizona travel and
vacation guide from
the Arizona Office
of Tourism. Find
videos about Arizona
dining and shopping,
as well as things to
do and places to
visit throughout the
Grand Canyon State.
the Grand Canyon
State, became the
48th state on
February 14, 1912.
live in this
versatile state that
ranges, lakes and