Kingman Airport
& Industrial Park

Welcome to Kingman Airport & Industrial Park

Map of Kingman, ArizonaLocation is critical to business, whether it's proximity to market, proximity to transportation, proximity to labor, or all these and more. The fact is, Kingman has these attributes.

Kingman Airport & Industrial Park - located five miles north of Interstate 40, along U.S. Highway 66, and adjacent to the main line of the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Rail Road - is home to more than 70 businesses, employing over 2,100 people. Our northwest Arizona location allows easy access Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Phoenix.

Kingman Airport Authority, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation that leases the airport and industrial park from the City of Kingman for management purposes. Our goal is to assist you in making an informed decision on expanding your business to our community.


Kingman was founded in 1882 as a modest railroad siding at Camp Beale Springs along the newly constructed route of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. The community was named after Lewis Kingman, who surveyed the railroad’s right of way between Albuquerque, NM and Needles, CA. Throughout much of its history, Kingman's economy relied on the mining of gold, silver, copper, and later molybdenum, as well as ranching. In 1979, the Airport and Industrial Park began operations as a way to diversify the local economy. Since then, 70 companies have located within the park employing 2,000 people

Located in Mohave County, Kingman has been the county seat since 1887. Federal, regional, state and local government offices and facilities are centrally located here. The community boasts being along the largest remaining section of Historic Route 66, which drives the local tourism and retail sectors of the economy. Recreation opportunities abound, with championship golf, tennis, softball, water sports, equestrian activities, hiking trails, hunting, fishing and any number of other outdoor pastimes offered.

Premium health care facilities are located in Kingman, including the Kingman Regional Medical Center and Del E. Webb Fitness Center. The community boasts award-winning pre-school through college-level educational facilities.

The entertainment centers of Las Vegas and Laughlin, Nevada, are only a short drive away, as are the Grand Canyon, Lake Havasu and the London Bridge, Lake Mohave, the Lake Mead National Recreation Area - boasting more than 1,000 miles of shoreline along the Colorado River - and snow-skiing opportunities in Flagstaff. Kingman is located at the foot of the Hualapai Mountains where the warmth of the desert gives way to pine forests inhabited by elk, deer, mountain lion and many other species of wildlife.

The population in the area has grown steadily, with more than 52,000 residents in the greater Kingman area, over 200,000 in Mohave County and 33 million within 350-mile radius. The high-desert climate features hot summers and warm winters with modest precipitation.