Tucson International Airport is one of the busiest travel hubs in Arizona and offers direct flights to destinations across the United States. The airport is serviced by a host of leading carriers, including Delta, American Airlines, United and Southwest.
In addition to direct flights, Tucson International Airport offers more than 300 one-stop connections to destinations around the world. Complimentary Wi-Fi keeps you connected throughout your visit, while the Arts and Culture Program has seen the airport decorated with more than 100 original works from local artists.
You'll find a wide selection of places to shop, dine and relax before boarding your flight. Enjoy on-the-go breakfast at Bruegger’s Bagels, shop for Tucson Roadrunners merchandise at the Arizona Sports Zone retail outlet or sit down for a drink at the Thunder Canyon Brewstillery.
Tucson International Airport is located in Pima County, a 15-minute drive south of Downtown Tucson. The airport offers ample parking on site, including short and long-term options. Local buses run from the city centre to Tucson International Airport in under one hour or you can take advantage of ridesharing services.