Airport Maps & Terminal Guide
Getting Around the Airport
The terminal building structure at the Tucson Airport has one Main Terminal with three levels and three concourses: Concourse A, B, and C. All three can be accessed from the Main Terminal building at the TUS Airport.
The three-level main terminal is divided at the center on Level 1 and 2, with the west side leading up to Concourse A and the east side leading up to Concourse B. Level 3 houses meeting rooms, Tucson Airport Authority, and shopping or dining options.
Level 1 is the baggage claim or Arrivals level and houses the baggage carousels 1-4 towards the right and 5-7 towards the left. There’s a lost and found across carousel 4 and a Military Lounge next to it. On either end of the terminal structure, there is an Information Centre. Outside there are courtesy van shuttles, parking shuttles, and taxis. Towards the west, there is a Pet Relief Area (Outdoors, Pre-Security), and further down you will find Rental Cars and the Parking Garage.
Level 2 provides access to the 3 Concourses. At the center, there is a Bank of America ATM, and at the extreme west and east sides, there are TSA security checkpoints. There is a checkpoint near the entrance to the C gates as well.
Throughout the Main Terminal, you can also find massage chairs and WiFi access.
Concourse A has nine gates labeled as gates A1-A9 and is served by Frontier, Southwest, Sun Country, and United airlines.
The services and amenities found in the Gates A area are as follows: Mamava Nursing Suite near gate A3 and Shoe Shine near Gate A5. Water filling stations are also found here.
To get better oriented, see the Tucson Airport Concourse A Map (TUS Map).
Concourse B has eleven gates labeled as gates B1-B11 and is served Alaska, American, and Delta.
The services and amenities found in the Gates A area are as follows: Mamava Nursing Suite near gate B3 and Shoe Shine near Gate B4. Water filling stations are also found here.
To get better oriented, see the Tucson Airport Concourse B Map (TUS Map).
Concourse C has a single gate, Gate C1, which is served by Allegiant airlines. Concourse C is a new addition to the TUS airport.
To get better oriented, see the Tucson Airport Concourse C Map (TUS Map).
Food, Shops & Amenities
There are many options for shopping and dining around TUS airport. Some notable shops and restaurants include Beyond Bread, Sir Veza’s Taco Garage, and Arizona Sports Zone in Concourse A; El Charro Café, Bruegger’s Bagels, and Sunglass Icon in Concourse B; and Market Express in Concourse C.
The security checkpoints at the TUS airport are monitored by the Federal TSA - Transportation Security Administration. Only passengers possessing tickets are allowed to proceed beyond any of the security checkpoints. All security checkpoints provide access to the concourses.
The hours and wait times estimates for each security checkpoint can be found on the Tucson Airport Security Wait Times Page
A Military Lounge next to it can be found in the Baggage / Arrivals level inside the Main Terminal (Level 1). There’s a lost and found across baggage carousel 4 and the lounge is located right next to it. Students attending specific military classes, and military personnel with families are allowed.
- Arrive 90 minutes before flight time in case of domestic flights, and two hours before flight time in case of international flights.
- Keep your identification documents and other items of need in a small carry-on bag
- Check with your respective airlines for the baggage limit and other related rules
- Keep an itinerary at home for your family and friends to be able to reach you in case of any emergencies
- In case of lost items:
- Call 520) 573-8156 for lost items inside the parking or airport concourses
- Call your airline for lost items inside the aircraft, departure lounge, or at the ticket counters
- Call TSA for lost items at any of the TSA security checkpoints