Take off on any of eight airlines and fly nonstop to 19 destination airports from Tucson International Airport (TUS) with convenient one-stop connections to more than 345 cities around the world.
Airlines at TUS requiring passengers and flight crews to wear face coverings, per CDC guidelines. Passengers who refuse to wear a face covering risk being denied boarding and/or being banned from future flights. Passengers are asked to wear their own face coverings but airlines and the airport have face masks for those who don’t bring their own. There are exemptions to the requirement for children and others aren’t able to wear face coverings.
Alaska, Allegiant, American, Frontier, Southwest and United airlines now require passengers to acknowledge health status by responding to questions at check-in. Specific questions vary among the airlines but in general they ask passengers to agree to wear face coverings, and verify you and your household members have not experienced COVID-19 symptoms, have not had close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days, are not experiencing a fever or elevated temperature and you have not been denied boarding by any airline due to health concerns in the last 14 days.
Frontier Airlines is conducting temperature screenings of passengers and flight crews before boarding using touchless thermometers. Only those with a temperature reading below 100.4° Fahrenheit will be allowed to board.
Airlines’ counter hours and gates are subject to change based on flight operations.
Flights are daily, except where specific days of the week are noted.
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