Tucson Airport Departures (TUS)

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Destination Airline Flight no. Scheduled Est./Actual Status
Los Angeles (LAX) American Eagle DL3776 (4) 05:20 Scheduled
Los Angeles (LAX) Air France AF2769 05:20 Scheduled
Los Angeles (LAX) China Airlines CI9166 05:20 Scheduled
Los Angeles (LAX) Korean Air KE7250 05:20 Scheduled
Los Angeles (LAX) Virgin Atlantic VS3547 05:20 Scheduled
Los Angeles (LAX) American Airlines AA6229 (5) 05:22 Scheduled
Los Angeles (LAX) Air Tahiti Nui TN1247 05:22 Scheduled
Los Angeles (LAX) Alaska Airlines AS4691 05:22 Scheduled
Los Angeles (LAX) China Southern Airlines CZ1606 05:22 Scheduled
Los Angeles (LAX) Fiji Airways FJ5028 05:22 Scheduled
Los Angeles (LAX) Qantas QF4135 05:22 Scheduled
Las Vegas (LAS) Southwest Airlines WN2602 05:30 Scheduled
Denver (DEN) Southwest Airlines WN154 05:40 Scheduled
San Francisco (SFO) United Express UA5856 (3) 06:00 Scheduled
San Francisco (SFO) Air Canada AC4578 06:00 Scheduled
San Francisco (SFO) Air New Zealand NZ9742 06:00 Scheduled
San Francisco (SFO) Lufthansa LH8785 06:00 Scheduled
Phoenix (PHX) American Eagle AA3719 06:38 Scheduled
Phoenix (PHX) Air Cargo Carriers 2Q1080 07:21 Scheduled
Phoenix (PHX) American Airlines AA5001 08:22 Scheduled

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Flight Departures at Tucson Airport

Before exiting your transport vehicle at Tucson International Airport, make sure to collect your personal belongings before entering the airport gate.

Additionally, it is ideal for passengers to arrive at the facility at least 90 minutes before their flight schedule or per instruction by the airline carrier.

Parking at Tucson International Airport

The airport has enough parking spaces for its passengers. However, some spaces can get occupied quickly, depending on the time of day and season.

Please allow plenty of time when traveling with your vehicle to the airport. Cash or credit card payments are accepted at the facility. It is open 24/7. See more information about short and long term parking at Tucson International Airport.

Transfer Services at Tucson International Airport

Passengers with outbound flights can get to the airport on a rental car, taxi, rideshare, shuttle, and public bus.

The drop-off area is the Ground Transportation Center of the terminal.

Tucson International Airport has three gate areas, labeled the A, B, and C gates, which are in reverse alphabetical order as you approach the terminal.

C gates – Vacant

B gates – American, Alaska, and Delta

A gates – Southwest, Sun Country, and United

Rental Car Services at Tucson International Airport

When ready to return your vehicle to the car rental center, remove all personal items before turning over the rented vehicle to the designated facility.

Allow plenty of time for your drive when returning the vehicle. If you’re not sure where to go, give the rental company a call. See and compare all rental car companies at Tucson International Airport.

For item(s) lost and found inside the vehicle, please contact the rental car company directly.

For item(s) left on a rental car center shuttle bus, the Airport Lost and Found at +1 520-573-8156 (items are held for at least 30 days only).

Ride Shares at Tucson International Airport

Rideshares drop off passengers at the designated area at the Ground Transportation Center.

Passengers can reserve rideshare by downloading the company’s app on their smartphone and coordinating directly with their driver. They can also request a ride a few days before their flight to avoid the inconvenience.

Ridesharing apps should let users verify the identity of drivers by checking out their faces, license plates, and colors.

Taxis at Tucson International Airport

Taxis drop passengers at the Ground Transportation Center. A typical taxi fare from downtown to the airport would be around $40.00.

If you are traveling from outside the city area, please consult your driver for rates. It is customary to give the driver a tip (15-20% of the fare) for good service. See more information about taxis at Tucson International Airport.

Keep a record of the cab company, vehicle number, and driver's name just in case you leave something behind.

Trains at Tucson International Airport

Train passengers stop at the Amtrak Station at 400 North Toole Avenue, Tucson, Arizona.

To get to the airport from this point, passengers can get a taxi to the airport for less than $30.00. More information about train services near Tucson International Airport.

Buses at Tucson International Airport

Bus Routes No. 11 and No. 25. stops in front of the TUS main terminal. Follow signs to ground transportation. Exit Baggage Claim and cross the roadway.

Sun Tran bus fare is about $1.75. More information about buses to and from Tucson International Airport.

Hotel Shuttle Services at Tucson International Airport

Many hotels in the area provide shuttle services. Passengers may confirm with their local hotel if this is available at their accommodation.

Shuttles drop passengers at the Ground Transportation Center in front of the terminal.

Other Services at Tucson International Airport

Wi-Fi at Tucson International Airport

The airport offers complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the terminal building. Select "TUS-Hotspot"

ATMs at Tucson International Airport

There are two automated teller machines (ATMs) in the terminal at Tucson International Airport. Both are in the pre-security area.

One is near the center of the ticketing (second) level next to the Southwest Airlines counters and behind the Arroyo Trading Post.

The other is in baggage claim (lower level) near the Welcome Lounge for arrivals from the B gates.

Currency Exchange at Tucson International Airport

There is no currency exchange in the TUS terminal. If you are still planning your trip or if you have returned from a trip with foreign currency, your bank or credit union will usually offer the best exchange rates and lowest fees.

If that is not an option, consider withdrawing foreign currency from an ATM at your destination, preferably one that is affiliated with your bank or credit union to pay the lowest transaction fees.

Nursing Stations at Tucson International Airport

Yes, lactation suites that are part of the Mamava network are available on the two concourses of the main terminal.

For passengers departing from the A gates, the suite is near gate A3 and for passengers departing from the B gates, it is at the mid-way point of the concourse near El Charro Café and across from the restrooms.

Restrooms at Tucson International Airport

Accessible restrooms and regular restrooms are throughout the airport.

Food and Beverages at Tucson International Airport

There are food and beverages shops throughout the airport terminals. Most food concessions operate on varying schedules.

Shopping at Tucson International Airport

You can do some last-minute shopping inside the facility.

Smoking at Tucson International Airport

Designated smoking areas are outside the east and west entrances of the main terminal on both the ticketing and lower levels.

In compliance with Arizona law, smoking or vaping, including the use of any type of e-cigarette, is not permitted inside buildings at Tucson International Airport.

Smokers must use outside designated smoking areas, staying at least 20 feet away from an entrance ensuring that tobacco smoke does not enter the building and that persons entering and leaving the building have a clear pathway where they are not subjected to breathing tobacco smoke.

Please follow smoking regulations at the airport.

Lost and Found Section at Tucson International Airport

If you lost an item in any other area at the airport, including the security checkpoints and shuttle buses, please contact the Lost and Found Office at +1 520-573-8156.

You can also complete the Lost and Found process at the Information Desk.

When leaving your details for lost items(s), please include your full name, contact details, phone, email, and a description of the item(s).

The airport will keep all lost and found items for a considerable time of at least 30 days. After said period, the property will be deemed abandoned.

Please talk to the airport representative at the counter.

Ticketing at Tucson International Airport

Please look for overhead signs pointing in the direction of ticketing areas at the terminals.

Each airline has its operating hours, but typically, airlines open their ticket counters two hours before departure time, even for early morning flights.

Generally, payment by cash or checks may not be accepted at American airports. Please consult your air carrier or travel agent for more details.

Information Desk at Tucson International Airport

Please follow the overhead signs to locate the Information Desk at the main terminal of the airport. Phone: +1 520-573-8100.

Pet Relief at Tucson International Airport

Animal relief areas pre-security are outdoors on both the east and west sides of the lower level from the Baggage Claim of the main terminal. Use the exits near baggage carousels 1 and 7.

Bags and a container for solid waste are provided. Post-security animal relief facilities are available on the A and B concourses just beyond the TSA checkpoints.

Please ask assistance from any uniformed personnel for guidance.

Note that airlines have specific policies and fares for transporting pets. Animals are not permitted unless they are in proper pet carriers to assist disabled individuals.

Disabled Passengers at Tucson International Airport

The airport is fully accessible to passengers with special needs, and wheelchairs are allowed to the gates and aircraft doors.

Travelers with disabilities or medical needs who have questions about the policies or procedures at security checkpoints, please call +1 520-573-8100.

Additionally, they may notify the airline, travel agent, ticketing agent, flight attendant, or gate agent when carts, wheelchairs, or medical transportation is needed.

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