156 BUSINESS VIEW MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 2020 was to attract tourists to Bryce Canyon National Park, which is only five miles away, as well as other natural wonders in the area, including Zion National Park, which is an hour-and-a-half away by car. With luck, by the time the runway project is complete, the COVID-19 pandemic will have subsided substantially enough to see a resurgence of air traffic to the historic Bryce Canyon Airport located on the periphery of some of America’s most sensational scenic attractions. PREFERRED VENDOR n Bryce Canyon Country www.brycecanyoncountry.com Whether for business, leisure, or even a mix of both, a scenic flight to Bryce Canyon National Park is achievable with the use of the Bryce Canyon Airport. Clear your mind and draw inspiration in the high altitudes as an airplane gives you a bird’s eye view of the canyon amphitheater. The majestic hoodoos scattering the landscape with vibrant oranges and reds bringing people from around the world to observe and experience its beauty. As your wheels hit the asphalt-paved runway, butterflies of excitement will thrill you as you sense the raw and rugged scenes of high-adventure. Your experience starts at the unique hangar that made the Bryce Canyon Airport included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. These aerial scenic views are not reserved for private plane owners. Visitors can get their chance to take to the sky with scenic flights of Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion National Park, Monument Valley and more. Helicopter tours and open-cockpit biplane rides are also ready for you to say the word, start the engines and ascend to new heights of adventure.