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Tucson International Airport

Wide Open Skies to Wide Open Spaces

 

When you land at Tucson International Airport (TUS), you have arrived in the heart of the unique Sonoran Desert; the only place on Earth that is the natural habitat of the majestic saguaro cactus. You can be unpacked and start your outdoor adventure – hiking, swimming, or on the golf course -- in a matter of minutes after you are on the ground.

Seven airlines – Alaska, American, Delta, Flair, Southwest, Sun Country, and United – fly nonstop to TUS from 24 airports in the United States and Canada. 

With convenient connections through Atlanta, Chicago Midway and O’Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, Everett (North Seattle), Houston Hobby and Intercontinental, Las, Vegas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Oakland, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco and Seattle you will arrive where you want to be faster than it would take you to drive from another Arizona airport. New in 2023, TUS looks forward to welcoming our Canadian neighbors with exclusive nonstop flights to the United States from Fort McMurray, Lethbridge, London, Prince George, and Windsor (Detroit) plus travelers from Edmonton, who will now also be able to enjoy nonstop flights to TUS.

As the only airport honored by the Arizona Office of Tourism for instituting innovative health and safety solutions in response to the global pandemic, the team at TUS prides itself in leading from the front when it comes to cleanliness, safety, and making travel a low-stress experience. 

Once you Fly Tucson, you will understand why so many passengers choose to begin and end their Arizona adventure at TUS.

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