Arizona is a hub airport for the following airlines:Southwest Airlines Flights
US Airways Flights
The southwestern state of Arizona has a few international airports you can choose from, although most visitors to the state come and go through the biggest airport by a long shot – the one in Phoenix. It is over 10 times busier than the airport in second place in Arizona.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (airport code PHX) is the primary airport in Arizona, as well as one of the largest in the United States southwest region. Sky Harbor is a hub for Southwest Airlines and the home airport for US Airways. You will find information about all the airlines serving Phoenix here. The shops and eateries you will find at the airport are listed here, and ground transportation options are here.
Tucson International Airport (airport code TUS) is the second-busiest airport in Arizona. Tucson’s airport is about six miles from the downtown area and is a focus city for ExpressJet Airlines. All airlines serving Tucson are listed here, and you can look up flight arrivals and departures on this page. A terminal map is here, your dining options are here, and your shopping options here. Additional passenger services are found on this page. Ground transportation options include taxi, limousines, shuttle service and car rentals – you can read about them all from the links on the left side of this page.
Other Arizona airports include the Grand Canyon National Park Airport (airport code GCN) which is only seven miles from the South Rim (while there are some regularly scheduled flights, you are more likely to use this airport for guided tours of the canyon), and Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport (airport code IFP), located one mile from downtown Bullhead and about a block from the city of Laughlin.