Arizona Consolidates Its Air Fleet

July 13, 2015

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey is selling off three state planes and consolidating the air fleet as part of efforts to save nearly $2.5 million, the Arizona Capitol Times reported.

Currently, three separate departments — Public Safety, Game and Fish, and Transportation — manage ten planes. Ducey plans to consolidate the planes into a single fleet controlled by the Department of Public Safety to reduce storage, maintenance, and personnel costs.

The sale of the three planes could bring in $800,000.

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