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THE VISION
"To be Northwest Arizona's Business Center."

THE MISSION
"To promote the airfield and industrial park with fiscally responsible management and provide a diverse economic base for the Greater Kingman Area."

Originally a World War II Army Air Corp training facility, the Kingman Airport & Industrial Park has 4,000 acres of land for the development of aviation- and industrial-related businesses. After the war, hundreds of military aircraft were brought to Kingman to be dismantled and salvaged. In 1979, the Airport Authority incorporated and leased the facilities for management purposes.

It was during this time that the area's major industry, the nearby Duval Copper Mine, was closing down and the community was going to lose a substantial number of jobs. The Airport Authority Board of Directors saw the airport as an opportunity to attract new businesses to the community and diversify the area's economy through new capital investment and new employment.

In the last 25 years, more than $100 million has been invested in private capital and personal property improvements within the airport and industrial park, along with generating over 2,100 jobs. The Airport Authority has made over $15 million in public improvements and infrastructure, with more planned.