Use the tool below to find flight schedules that will take you to or from Tucson (TUS) and any one of hundreds of airports around the world. Search for either round-trip or one-way schedules. Once you’ve found an itinerary that works for you, click on the booking icon to go to the airline’s website where you will find fares and can book your trip.
This tool allows you to see schedules for all of the airlines at Tucson International Airport (TUS). There is no single public website that can sell tickets on all of the airlines at TUS. For each of these itineraries you are booking directly with the airline. Airlines do not charge booking fees.
Itineraries marked with a red symbol ● (Low Cost Carrier) involve a flight segment on an airline that cannot be purchased as part of a connection with another airline. Passengers who choose an itinerary that includes a connection between two different airlines where one or both of the airlines is identified with the ● symbol must purchase separate tickets. This will require passengers to retrieve checked baggage and check-in with the second airline at the connecting airport to complete the journey. In these cases the individual airlines assume no responsibility for missed connections for any reason. It is strongly recommended that passengers contact the relevant airlines to ensure they have enough time to make the connection. (This does not apply to connections between two flights purchased on a single ticket on the same airline, even if the itinerary is marked with ●.)
The government shutdown so far has not significantly impacted TSA security at TUS but passengers are encouraged to plan for unanticipated delays. The Tucson Airport Authority thanks the women and men of the TSA, FAA and CBP for continuing to work without pay to keep our passengers safe during this challenging time.