Airport Fire Department personnel conduct tours of the fire station, explain each fire truck's role in the event of a fire, and demonstrate aircraft rescue
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Times vary between 9:00 a.m. and Noon.
By reservation only, (520) 573-8187.
The 162nd Wing resides on 92 acres on the north end of Tucson International Airport. The unit trains U.S. and allied pilots in the F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft. Hundreds of visitors tour the base every year to get an up-close look at operations, maintenance and support functions. Public tours are scheduled based on date availability and operations tempo at the wing.
All tours must be approved and scheduled at least 30-days in advance with the Public Affairs Office and are on a first-come-first-serve basis. Group size limited to 30 people. Groups of more than 8 must provide their own bus transportation for touring the base, or be able to walk from one tour attraction to another. Special transportation requirements can be discussed in detail with the Public Affairs Office.
All tours are subject to change or cancellation based on operational requirements.
Tuesday - Friday
By reservation only
Times vary between 8:00 a.m. and Noon
Send an official request to
Include group name and size, desired date and time, and point of contact Call for more information, 1st Lt. Lacey Roberts