Arizona Hotel Reservations
Tucson International Airport
Book a flight for southern AZ and Tucson International Airport. It's the second-largest airport in Arizona, servicing an average of 3.7 million passengers each year. The airport has serviced Tucson area passengers since 1928. The United States Army Air Force Air Technical Service Command used the airport during World War II. The Tucson Airport Authority has owned and managed this joint civil-military public airport, since 1948.
The airport provides flights for nine airlines on its three runways. Travelers will easily find their gate in either Concourse A or Concourse B, along with a variety of restaurants and shops. Before leaving the airport, be sure to browse the airport's collection of permanent art and rotating exhibits. While in southern Arizona, enjoy all Tucson and surrounding suburbs have to offer.
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