The Pegasus Airpark Airport is a private gated aviation community in Queen Creek, Arizona, designed for exclusive aviation and equestrian loving luxury lifestyle estate owners. The Pegasus Airport opened on June 19, 2001
The Pegasus Airpark Airport features runway estate lots and Equestrian estate lots separate from the runway area; but relatively close to the hangar area.
The Pegasus Airpark is located near the beautiful San Tan Mountains
, a quiet, scenic, country location away from the congested inner city. The Pegasus Airport Airpark is only 12 miles from the Superstition Freeway providing easy access to downtown Phoenix. Additional access to the "San Tan Mountains Regional Park" is provided by Hiking and Equestrian trails established by the Town of Queen Creek.
The Pegasus Airpark development is built around a central east west runway with taxiways on each side.
The Pegasus Airpark Runway is 5,000' X 60'
Per the owner designer, the maximum plane weight to access runway is 12,500 pounds.
All runway and taxiway surfaces are constructed to meet or exceed a FAA B-II designation for aircraft up to 12,500 pounds.
The entire development was carefully planned to have taxiways separated from the roads. Thus there is no mixing of road auto traffic and aircraft traffic.
The Airpark Runway Home sites range from 1.0 to 1.3 acres.
Pegasus Airpark also has available, one-acre home sites without taxiway access that combines the freedom and enjoyment of airpark living with the option of horse ownership and privileges. These lots have equestrian privileges, adjacent horse trail easement and flood irrigation. Residents of these lots can enjoy a combination lifestyle, having a horse stable and still base their aircraft in their own hangar at the FBO.
A FBO area provides condominium hangars, tie downs, and fuel service.
The 100 LL fuel island became operational in December 2007.
Residents will have a place for their guests to tie down while visiting.
The fuel service is available 24 hours a day.