More COVID-19 Travel Information:
If you are getting ready to fly soon, welcome back to Tucson International Airport (TUS)! We sincerely appreciate the trust and confidence you are placing in us to provide you with a safe and enjoyable journey and customer experience.
I say that on behalf of our team at the Tucson Airport Authority as well as our partners and the employees from the airlines that serve our community, the restaurants and shops, rental car companies, parking operators, ground transportation providers, and the federal agencies who have all worked diligently to provide you with a clean and sanitized facility and ensure you receive excellent customer service while transiting through TUS.
It is gratifying to see more people returning to our airport to travel. As more people receive their vaccine, we hope to see even more passengers return.
While we transition into a post-COVID-19 world, it is important to remain vigilant and ensure we operate TUS keeping safety top of mind. That said, I must point out that airports are regulated by the federal government and in some cases, restrictions may differ between the airport and a local jurisdiction, i.e., mask mandates. In addition, airline operators may have their own requirements. For these reasons, it is always a good practice to check with your airline and these pages about TUS before you travel to ensure you understand current regulations.
The TAA Team updates information on these pages on a daily basis, including a separate page here with answers to the latest questions we’ve received.
Whether you are a Southern Arizonan or a visitor planning to come to the open spaces of our beautiful Sonoran Desert, please know that as you consider your decision to fly our primary concern will always be your safety.
If your travel plans are for next week, next month or further into the future, we look forward to welcoming you back to TUS. In the meantime, stay safe and well even if you are not traveling.
President & CEO
Tucson Airport Authority
Latest Updates – September 25, 2021