The Facilities

Fort Worth Alliance Airport features a vast array of flight services for corporate and general aviation, government and air cargo needs. Owned by the City of Fort Worth and managed by privately-held Alliance Aviation Services, Fort Worth Alliance Airport provides state-of-the-art infrastructure and an award-winning FAA Air Traffic Control Tower.

Facility Highlights

  • Over 120,000 operations per year
  • 74 total based aircraft
  • Average over 3 million gallons of fuel pumped per year
  • Four hangars with over 130k SF
  • 24/7/365 FAA Air Traffic Control Tower
  • Two 11,000 ft runways
  • 85,000-gallon jet fuel farm with three trucks
  • 10,000-gallon Avgas fuel farm with two 100LL trucks

FAA Air Traffic Control Tower

Fort Worth Alliance Airport provides state-of-the-art infrastructure and an award-winning FAA Air Traffic Control Tower. The recognitions awarded exemplifies their continued commitment to quality.

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Honor Guard Memorial

Hillwood developed Freedom Plaza as a tribute to the U.S. Air Force and all branches of the armed forces. The Honor Guard Memorial the Glass Contemplation Wall and the Wall of Values are all featured within Freedom Plaza at Alliance Airport. The Honor Guard Memorial was dedicated on Friday, October 23, 2009. To visit Freedom Plaza, exit Alliance Boulevard from Interstate 35W and travel west. The Memorial is located on the west side of the FAA Air Traffic Control Tower.

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