is the business center and marketing hub of northeastern Arizona and has good highway access. Interstate 40 is a quick 40 minute drive north of Show Low via State Hwy 77. Both Phoenix and Tucson are only 170 miles from Show Low via State Hwy 260
and State Hwy 60, respectively.
Low is becoming a new center of aviation in Arizona.
Show Low Regional Airport boasts two runways with parallel and connecting taxiways and a modern
6,400 S.F. terminal building and three aircraft parking ramps. The main
runway is 7,200 feet long by 100 feet wide and has a weight-bearing capacity
of 60,000 pounds for dual-wheel, main gear aircraft. Aircraft as large as
Canadair Challengers and all series of Gulfstream and Lear jets can easily
be accommodated. The crosswind runway and is 3,920 feet long by 60 feet wide.
This runway has a weight-bearing capacity of 12,500 pounds. This runway
provides easy access to all parking ramps and is directly adjacent to the south
ramp hangar area.
Great Lakes Airlines
services the Show Low Regional Airport and offers daily non-stop flights to
Phoenix and Denver.
White Mountain Connection offers commuter
service to Holbrook and all communities in between. The service runs from Pinetop-Lakeside,
through Show Low and on to Holbrook and back three times each day; Monday
through Friday. Bus passes are available for purchase on the bus, at the
Show Low City Library, at the Navajo County Complex in Holbrook and at the
Navajo County South County Complex in Show Low. A
variety of passes are available for purchase including city-to-city passes,
all-day passes, student passes and senior passes.
Four Seasons Connection offers public transit
service in Show Low and Pinetop-Lakeside, Monday through Saturday from 6:30
a.m. to 6:30 p.m.