Tucson TUS Airport Overview

Tucson International Airport TUS - also referred to as 'TIA' is Arizona State's second-largest airport and serves Pimas County and the city of Tucson.  It is noted for having reliable on-time services and for its outstanding permanent collection of original art work done by noted artists from the surrounding counties and from northern Sonora, Mexico.

TIA Airport is in South Tucson - only six miles from Tucson's central business district - and situated in a high desert valley surrounded by mountains. It is 110 miles south of metropolitan Phoenix, and 60 miles north of the Mexican border. TIA is accessible from the South via Interstate Hwy. I-19 and from the Northwest via I-10. 

With three runways, and an estimated 3.3 million passengers annually, Tuscon International Airport is an economical alternative to Sky Harbor Airport. Several major and low-cost airlines currently serve the airport, providing nonstop service to major US cities with convenient connections from there.  All-year services are offered by Alaska Airlines to Portland, Oregon.

The 'Trusted Traveler Enrollment Center' inside the Airport provides expedited clearances at Ports of Entry for pre-approved lowprisk international travelers; this includes Global Entry, SENTRI, NEXUS & FAST, and TSA Pre-check. For more information open:  cbp.gov/travel/trusted-traveler-programs .

Tucson International has a three-level passenger terminal.

Present & future Airport developments: Plans are moving ahead for the following projects:  Relocation of security checkpoints; adding more concession space at concourses, and relocate TAA staff & tenants. Already, phase 1 of  the terminal apron reconstruction work (Zone 9) has now been completed, and Phase 2  is to be completed by 2016.

  • Address:
    7250 S Tucson Blvd
    Tuscon, AZ 85706
    United States
  • Website for Tucson: http://www.flytucson.com/
  • Phone: (520) 573 8100

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TUS Delays: 15 mins or less.


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