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10/31/2014 TAA Police Department Seeks Public Input on Reaccreditation
A team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies Inc. (CALEA) will arrive on November 2, 2014, to examine all aspects of the Tucson Airport Authority Police Department....more
10/10/2014 Southwest Airlines to Test Nonstop Flights to Houston
Southern Arizonans will have a new non-stop way to get to Houston - albeit it's only for five Saturdays in November and December....more
7/11/2014 Trusted Traveler Enrollment Center Now Open on Saturdays
U.S. Customs and Border Protection's new Trusted Traveler Enrollment Center at Tucson International Airport is now open on Saturdays, as of July 12....more
7/1/2014 Betsy Belden Fitzgerald named TAA Director of Marketing, Public Information & Community Relations
Betsy Belden Fitzgerald named TAA Director of Marketing, Public Information & Community Relations...more
6/30/2014 Alaska Airlines to Launch 2nd Tucson-Seattle Flights on Saturdays
Southern Arizonans will have another option to fly between Tucson International Airport and the Pacific Northwest this winter with the addition of a second seasonal nonstop flight on peak Saturdays on Alaska Airlines to Seattle....more
5/29/2014 Trusted Traveler Enrollment Center Opens at Tucson International Airport
Tucsonans no longer will be required to travel out of town as part of the application process for U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Trusted Traveler programs with the opening of an Enrollment Center at Tucson International Airport....more
5/15/2014 Danette Bewley Named VP/COO of TAA
Danette Bewley has been promoted to Vice President of Operations and Projects/Chief Operating Officer for the Tucson Airport Authority....more
1/29/2014 Ed Biggers to chair Tucson Airport Authority Board
Edwin L. Biggers assumed the chairmanship of the Board of Directors of the Tucson Airport Authority (TAA) at the group’s annual meeting today....more
1/27/2014 Tucson Airport Authority Authorizes Lease for New Control Tower
Tucson Airport Authority Board of Directors took a major step to replacing the 55-year-old control tower at Tucson International Airport, agreeing to lease land to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to build a new one....more