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Livermore Municipal Airport
Livermore, CA

How to be the Featured Airport

SWAAAE is asking members to contribute photos of their airports to be considered* for the background image of the website. Photos will be rotated on a monthly basis. 

Photo Requirements:

  • Photo must be 1500 pixels wide and be high resolution (300 dpi)
  • Landscape orientation is preferred  
  • Please avoid submitting photos that feature a specific airline, tenant, concession, etc. 
  • You must own the rights to the photo and share those rights with SWAAAE.

Please submit your photos and a brief write-up about your airport to info@swaaae.org for consideration. 

*Please note that we cannot guarantee your photo will be used.

Past Featured Airports

John Wayne Airport
Orange County, CA

John Wayne Airport (JWA), the only commercial airport in Orange County, CA, is host to nearly 10.6 million annual passengers and flies to 23 non-stop destinations throughout the U.S., Mexico, and Canada. JWA ranked highest in the J.D. Power Customer Satisfaction Survey among Large Airports in North America for two consecutive years and ranks among the Top 5 in 2019. 
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MONEY Magazine rated JWA the Best Airport in the U.S. in 2018, and JWA is one of the Top 10 Most Relaxing Airports in the U.S. according to the Travel Channel. JWA offers a variety of services and amenities, including live music, newly expanded retail and dining options with preorder capabilities, free, high-speed Wi-Fi, and a Helping Hands program for travelers with hidden disabilities.

San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport
San Luis Obispo, CA

San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport (SBP) is a bustling small airport on the central coast of California. Nestled between the beach, farmland, and award-winning wineries, SBP has served the San Luis Obispo community since 1939, opening a brand-new terminal in 2017. 

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But don’t be fooled into thinking things are “SLO” around the airfield: the airport was ranked one of the fastest growing airports in 2018 by North America by Airports Council International – North America, and 2019 passenger numbers are already 10 percent higher in the first half of the year. The airport’s remarkable growth bolsters the region’s economy—the airport has an incredible $85.24 million impact on San Luis Obispo County each year. The airport creates 562 full-time jobs directly on the airport, and supports a total of 871 full-time jobs in the region. More information can be found at sloairport.com.

Sky Harbor International Airport
Phoenix, AZ

On July 16, 1935, the City of Phoenix became the owner of Sky Harbor Airport, nicknamed “The Farm” because of its isolated, rural location. For $100,000, the city purchased the airport’s 285 acres from the Acme Investment Company. 

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Over the last 84 years, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has grown to 3,400 acres and has become one of the busiest airports in the country, ranked 13th busiest in the U.S. for 2018. That same year, Sky Harbor served 44,943,686 passengers, had 434,252 operations, and handled 392,063 tons of cargo. The total economic impact of the Phoenix Airport System is $38 Billion, including 269,000 jobs, and the direct economic impact of Sky Harbor alone is $12.3 billion, with 57,432 jobs at the airport.

Photo: Livermore Municipal Airport
Livermore, CA

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