Flights out of Tucson International Airport (TUS)
The various thriving cities within a short drive of Phoenix see enough traffic to need their own airports, and Tucson is no exception. This particular airport sees a lot of traffic to nearby cities of the Western states, but is also a major connector to Chicago and Atlanta. Southwest, American and SkyWest (a subsidiary of Alaska Airlines) have the most offerings and daily flights, but a number of other major airlines fly out of TUS as well.
Cheap Flights from Tuscon International Airport
As mentioned, you'll see the widest range of flights offered by Southwest, American and SkyWest. Collectively, they offer flights to many of the major cities of the western states. The top destinations for passengers from TUS are Dallas, Los Angeles and the short hop over to Phoenix.
There are also multiple airlines offering flights to Chicago, however, and Delta has regular service to Atlanta. Seasonal service to New York is also available from American Airlines. International service is limited to a handful of destinations in Mexico by way of Aeromar.
You'll see the best prices on routes where the different carriers are competing. Fortunately, that's quite a few of the offerings from TUS. Cities with daily flights through different carriers from TUS include Chicago, Denver and Los Angeles. You may also see seasonal deals to Seattle and Houston during the windows when SouthWest and Delta make their flights available.
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Features of Tucson International Airport for Outbound Passengers
The local Sun Tran bus service has two routes (11 and 25) that stop at the airport. They're available seven days a week, until 10:30 PM on weekdays and 7 PM on weekends and holidays. There are also a wide variety of private shuttle and limo services that stop throughout the greater Tucson metro area.
Free WiFi is available throughout the facility. Other amenities on offer include work stations with power outlets, copy and fax machines, and massage chairs.
TUS doesn't have a huge amount of dining options, but a few different restaurants are available as well as the standard news and snack stands. For entertainment, there is a collection of local and native art to enjoy, as well as periodic appearances by musicians and performers that emphasize local culture and history.
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Airports near Tucson International
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