Sedona Airport is a small non-towered airport located less than 2 nautical miles southwest of the Sedona city in the state of Arizona, United States. The airport was opened in 1955 without pavement first and was dangerous to land because of the wild animals walking around, followed by a build of a small paved runway in 1957. By 1990, the runway had improved, and scheduled traffic by Air Sedona started to flow from Phoenix and Las Vegas as well as airports around Grand Canyon. Only as large as a business jet and twin-prop can land to Sedona Airport.
Sedona Airport has 1,563 meters (5,129 feet) long runway 03-21 at an elevation of 4,830 feet (1,472 meters) on top of a high mesa very close to the Red Rocks. Most airports in the United States use the same three-letter location identifier codes for ICAO and IATA as an exception is Sedona Airport having ICAO SEZ and IATA SDX. In Microsoft Flight Simulator, the Flight Training lessons are flown onboard two-seat Cessna 152 from Sedona Airport.
Sedona Airport, ICAO: KSEZ is available highly-detailed in the next generation of Microsoft Flight Simulator Standard, Deluxe, and Premium Deluxe Editions.