|Getting to Bisbee|
Bisbee is located in the south of Cochise County, itself the southeast corner of Arizona.
Bisbee Municipal Airport –PO4
The role of the Bisbee Municipal Airport is service to the southeastern Arizona general aviation community, which includes business travel, charter, sport aviation, and training as well as private use of light aircraft. With continued scheduled maintenance and improvements, the airport will be able to continue to fulfill its role within its service area and the county’s airport system.
Bisbee Municipal Airport Facts
The airport is located 3 miles south of the Bisbee suburb of Warren and 2 miles north of the Mexican border and customs crossing at Naco, Arizona.
Runway 17/35 5900ft x 60ft, Paved, Pilot controlled lighting and Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI).
Runway 02/200 2900 x 200ft, Packed earth, but soon to be paved, lighted and lengthened
24 hour Fixed Based Operator (Copper State Aircraft Services) with fuel, courtesy car, and security at (520) 432-6030.
Large ramp area with 31 Tie downs, 10 Shade Hangers, and 3 Hangers. Bisbee Airpark, at north end of airport has commercial hangers for rent/lease.
Bisbee Airport has approximately 19 acres available for commercial development. The airport has a current and approved master development plan from the City of Bisbee and the Arizona Dept. of Transportation.
Since May 2001, we have had 23,623 flight operations at P04 (Bisbee Municipal Airport) and 642 pilots/passengers have stayed over at least one night in Bisbee. Anecdotal information suggests that the average spent during an overnight stay is $220.00 ( We ask pilots how much they spent during stay) There are 23 aircraft stationed at P04, only Sierra Vista has more aircraft, in Cochise County.