Southern Dallas is conveniently located within a 30-minute proximity of regional and international air travel out of Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (the 4th busiest airport in the world), and the workhorse Dallas Love Field. Regional and local air travel options are even closer to home, including Dallas Executive Airport, Lancaster Regional Airport, Mesquite Metro Airport, and the DeSoto Heliport.
Dallas Executive Airport is owned by the City of Dallas and operated by the Department of Aviation, which also operates Love Field and the Downtown Heliport.
- The 1040-acre general aviation facility, fenced, gated and digitally monitored, is located just 10 miles south of downtown Dallas
- Easy access to major thoroughfares inclusive of I-20, I-30, I-35E, I-45, US-67 and Loop 12.
- Dallas Executive is located just minutes from the Southern Dallas Inland Port.
- Dallas Executive Airport is designed to FAA Group D-II standards and fully lit. It has all-weather runways capable of handling most business aircraft. Runway 13 – 31
Fully equipped with an air traffic control tower, a full instrument landing system, all of the necessary aeronautical lighting, airport markings and air navigation radio aids, Executive Airport provides accessibility even under adverse weather conditions. Two full-service fixed based operators provide a range of amenities including meeting rooms, pilot lounge areas and sleeping quarters, car rentals, fuel maintenance, hangar rentals, and charters. For more information visit – https://www.dallasexecairport.com/
Dallas Executive Airport is the perfect location for companies who want to do business. With prime land ready for development, Dallas Executive Airport provides excellent growth opportunities for both aeronautical and industrial development.
- Over 100 acres of aeronautical land available for development
- Site 1: 63.41 Acres
- Site 2: 14.9 Acres
- Site 3: 5.4 Acres
- Site 4: 25.22 Acres
- Over 300 acres of non-aeronautical land available for development
- Site A: 127.21 Acres
- Site B: 85.55 Acres
- Site C: 21.88 Acres
- Site D: 91.47 Acres
- Site E: 9.14 Acres
- Site F: 18.87 Acres
Located 12 miles Southeast of Downtown Dallas in DeSoto’s Eagle Business and Industrial Park, DeSoto Heliport provides easy access to most major highways and interstates in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The facility includes 35,000 sq. ft. of terminal/hanger space, a heliport apron, taxiway, and helipad. For more information visit – http://www.desotoheliport.com/home.html
The Lancaster Airport, serves the Dallas County area. The Airport facilities include terminals, hangars, maintenance facilities, and control towers. The Airport offers parking facilities, retail and dining services, access to local hotels, and transport options like rental cars, buses, and taxis. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) oversees the Airport in Lancaster. For more information visit – https://www.lancaster-tx.com/118/Airport
The City of Mesquite promotes the community and the role of the airport in the economic development of the city as reflected in the following: It is the purpose of the Mesquite Metro Airport to provide safe, efficient and environmentally sensitive air transportation facilities appropriate to the needs of the community. For more information visit – https://www.cityofmesquite.com/457/Airport-Mesquite-Metro-Airport
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