Updated January 16, 2022
TUS Airlines Schedule Updates
Due to crew shortages, airlines are reducing schedules in early 2022 to for more reliable schedules and eliminate last-minute cancellations. The information below reflects the latest information provided by each airline. Schedules are still subject to change for unforeseen circumstances, such as weather.
Click the airline name for each carrier’s latest travel advisory information.
- Everett, Washington – NEW! – 1 flight on Sundays, Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays; daily flights start March 17.
- Portland, Oregon – 1 flight daily.
- Seattle – 2 flights daily.
- Chicago O’Hare – 2 flights daily.
- Dallas/Fort Worth – 5 flights daily.
- Los Angeles – 2 flights daily; changes to 2 flights daily except 1 flight on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays starting February 5; then 1 flight daily effective March 1.
- Phoenix – 4-6 flights daily.
- Atlanta – 2 flights daily; increases to 3 flights daily effective March 7.
- Los Angeles – 3 flights daily.
- Minneapolis-St. Paul – Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
- Salt Lake City – 3 flights daily.
- Seattle – 1 flight daily.
- Las Vegas – NEW! – Fridays and Mondays
- Chicago Midway – 1 flight daily.
- Denver – 3 flights daily except 2 flights Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays; 3 flights daily except 2 flights on Saturdays starting January 17.
- Houston Hobby – 1 flight Sundays-Fridays.
- Las Vegas – 2 flights Mondays-Fridays and 3 flights Saturdays and Sundays.
- Los Angeles – 1-2 flights daily; changes to 2 flights Sundays-Fridays and 1 flight Saturdays effective January 17.
- Oakland – Sunday-Friday flights return starting January 17.
- San Diego – 1 flight daily.
- Minneapolis-St. Paul – Thursdays and Sundays.
- Chicago O’Hare – 1 flight daily.
- Denver – 3 flights daily; increases to 4 flights daily starting March 27.
- Houston Intercontinental – 3 flights daily.
- San Francisco – 3 flights daily; reduced to 2 flights daily effective February 1.
Airline Health Safety Protocols
Certain COVID-19 protocols remain in effect among airlines at TUS. Per federal requirements compliant face coverings must be worn over the nose and mouth by all except children under the age of 2 in indoor settings at airports, which includes shuttles, the terminal building and on flights. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is allowing relaxed enforcement of the face mask requirement in outdoor settings at airports.
The links below provide specific information for each airline at TUS:
Alaska Airlines Travel Safety From Masks to Cleaning
American Airlines Coronavirus Travel Updates
Delta Air Lines Travel Update Center
Frontier Committed to You
Southwest Airlines COVID-19 Travel Information
Sun Country Airlines Safety Updates
United Airlines What To Expect When You Fly