A easily accessible market for your business and pleasure
Chandler is within minutes of every major freeway in the Phoenix-metro area. The Phoenix transit system allows for choices in how you get around. With so many options in how you travel around Chandler, there is no backup or slowing that keeps you from your destination for long.
Chandler is serviced by Sky Harbor International Airport, an airport which is rarely closed due to inclement weather. Non-stop flights to all major hubs including Dallas, Denver, San Francisco, Long Beach, Charlotte, Philadelphia and New York. Furthermore, there are now several non-stop flights to foreign destinations. Commute time to Sky Harbor International Airport from Chandler is approximately 30-minutes. The region recently added Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport
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One and Two Day Delivery Areas from Greater Phoenix
Interstate-10 is a major trucking route connecting the area directly with Los Angeles to the West, and all the southeastern United States to the East. Interstate-17 runs north and south through Greater Phoenix to Flagstaff where it connects to Interstate-40 and markets in the Midwest. Greater Phoenix had direct interstate access to Mexico via Intersate-19, which connects to I-10.
Rail Connections to Greater Phoenix
Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad operate rail terminals in Greater Phoenix. Both Intermodal facilities offer with trailer and container capabilities.
Gateway Airport has direct flights to more than 12 major US cities. Chandler is also serviced by Chandler Municipal Airport for small commuter planes and single engine aircraft.