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28 Aug
BWI
04 Sep
TUS
$ 241.94
28 Aug
BWI
04 Sep
TUS
$ 296.77
28 Aug
BWI
04 Sep
TUS
$ 323.95
30 Jul
RIC
04 Aug
TUS
$ 390.95
30 Jul
RIC
04 Aug
TUS
$ 421.96
30 Jul
RIC
04 Aug
TUS
$ 599.96
*Note: All fares are quoted in USD.

Last updated on Tuesday 07/16/2024 at 05:00 AM, the fares mentioned above are for flight tickets and inclusive of fuel surcharges, service fee and taxes. Based on historical data, these fares are subject to change without prior notice and cannot be guaranteed at the time of booking. Kindly go through our terms and conditions before booking.

Tucson , Arizona

Nicknamed the "City of Sunshine," the town boasts a warm, dry climate, basking in the sun being its most popular activity. The surrounding mountains and desert make for a wide range of things to do outdoors, including exploring excellent hiking and biking trails, camping among the saguaros and desert wildlife, and going on scenic drives. Those interested in exploring urban areas can find fascinating museums, popular historical places, and an eclectic mix of shopping and dining options.

Tucson Travel Facts

How To Reach Tucson

Tucson International Airport (TUS), located 8 miles south of downtown Tucson, is the primary gateway to Tucson, Arizona. It's the second busiest airport in Arizona, after Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. If you are visiting the city, especially during the high season, book your Tucson flights in advance.

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    3,317,494 Annual Passengers
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    137,373 Annual Aircraft Operations

Tucson International Airport Ground Transportation

Seven car rental companies, includingAvis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, and National, have counters in the Rental Car Center just outside the east exit of the TUS's main terminal at Tucson International Airport (TUS). App based ride services such as Lyft and Uber; VIP taxi and Yellow Cab, Sun Tran with regular stops at TUS; and more than 70 car, limo and shuttle services are available at the airport.
 

Average Cost Of Flights To Tucson Across The Year

  • $206.9 Low Season June to August
  • $ Shoulder Season April to May and September to October
  • $ High Season November to March

How Many Destinations Does Tucson International Airport Connect To?

The second busiest airport in the state, TUS has about 60 nonstop flights per day to 19 destinations in the United States and Canada, and many more connecting flights to destination all across the world. Among the most popular destinations are:
 

How Many Airlines Serve Tucson International Airport?

Tucson International Airport (TUC) is served by over 9 airlines and their affiliates, making it easy for travelers to book air tickets to Tucson effortlessly for every need and budget.

Most Popular Airlines Serving Tucson

  • 1,062,000 passengers annually
    AMERICAN AIRLINES
  • 898,000 passengers annually
    SOUTHWEST AIRLINES
  • 728,000 passengers annually
    SKYWEST AIRLINES

Which Are The Most Popular Air Routes Originating From Tucson?

The busiest routes from TUC include Dallas, Denver, Phoenix, Los Angeles, and Atlanta. These routes are not only popular but also present opportunities for finding cheap flights to Tucson.

Why You Should Visit Tucson Attractions & Activities

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

Offering an intimate look at the desert landscape of the area, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is one of Tucson's major traveler attractions. This museum, with a zoo, natural history museum, and botanical garden, is a wonderful site to visit for families. The exhibits include living animals and plants native to the Sonoran Desert. Some of the endangered species such as the Mexican wolf, thick-billed parrot, jaguarundi, desert pupfish, Sonora chub, and razorback sucker can be seen here.

Pima Air and Space Museum

The largest privately funded air museum in the world, Pima Air and Space Museum features more than 400 aircraft and spacecraft. Visitors can see and learn about some historical aircraft, as well as some of the most advanced models.  The planes are spread out over 80 acres and six hangars, and can be explored through tram tours led by knowledgeable guides.

Tucson Mountain Park

Spread over more than 20,000 acres of Sonoran Desert landscape, Tucson Mountain Park is known for its picturesque trails.  From hiking to biking to horseback riding, the park offers multiple ourdoor activities. The park is also home the best campgrounds in the Tucson area, the well-maintained Gilbert Ray Campground.

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