How to Find Cheap Air Travel to/from Tucson
Tucson International Airport (airport code TUS) is Arizona’s second largest commercial airport, although it pales in comparison to Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International. Tucson’s airport lies only six miles from downtown Tucson, which is just under 120 miles from Phoenix. While it does not have any airlines use it as a hub airport, Tucson is a focus city for ExpressJet Airlines. The airport only has one flight that connects with Mexico, but that is enough to earn an “international” title.
Aeromexico Connect airlines links Hermosillo, Mexico with Tucson. In addition to that destination, there are 27 others which can be reached directly from the Tucson airport. You can find a list of all the airlines serving Tucson here. Arrivals, departures and even flight delays can all be tracked from the left-hand menu of this page. Your shopping and dining options are limited, but you can read about where you will be able to spend your money here, and what you can eat here. In addition to the public areas where you can relax and wait for your flight, there is also a military lounge at Tucson’s airport. A terminal map to help you find your way around is here. Ground transportation options to and from Tucson include taxis, local buses, limousines, airport shuttles and car rentals. You can find out more about all of these from the links on the left side of this page. And be sure to book Tucson airport parking before your trip, too.