Updated May 15, 2021
TUS Airlines Schedules
Below is a summary of destinations and flights currently scheduled by airlines at TUS. Click the airline name for each carrier’s latest travel advisory information.
- Portland, Oregon – 1 flight daily through May 19.
- Seattle – 2 flights daily.
- Indianapolis (Seasonal; flights scheduled to resume Thursdays and Sundays starting November 18; additional flight scheduled November 23)
- Las Vegas – Flights on Thursdays and Sundays.
- Provo – Flights on Thursdays and Sundays.
- Chicago O’Hare – 2 flights Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays; 1 flight Tuesdays and Wednesdays; increases to 2 flights daily starting June 3.
- Dallas/Fort Worth – 6 flights daily.
- Los Angeles – 2 flights daily resume June 3.
- Phoenix – 5 flights daily Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays; 4 flights Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
- Atlanta – 2 flights Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays; 1 flight Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
- Los Angeles – 3 flights Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays; 2 flights Tuesdays and Saturdays.
- Minneapolis-St. Paul (Seasonal; flights scheduled to resume October 1.)
- Salt Lake City – 4 flights daily; reduced to 3 flights daily starting June 6.
- Seattle – 1 flight daily.
- Denver – Saturdays.
- Chicago Midway – 1 flight daily.
- Denver – 2 flights daily; scheduled to increase to 3 flights daily starting September 7.
- Houston Hobby – 1 flight daily.
- Las Vegas – 2 flights daily; increases to 3 flights daily starting July 11.
- Los Angeles – 1 flight daily resumes June 6.
- Oakland (Nonstop flights suspended)
- San Diego – 1 flight Sundays-Fridays resumes June 6.
- Minneapolis-St. Paul (Seasonal; flights scheduled to resume Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays starting December 16.)
- Chicago O’Hare – 1 flight daily.
- Denver – 4 flights daily.
- Houston Intercontinental – 2 flights daily.
- San Francisco – 2 flights Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays; 1 flight Tuesdays and Thursdays; increases to 2 flights daily starting June 2.
Airline Health Safety Protocols
Airlines at TUS are using enhanced protocols to deep clean and disinfect aircraft cabins that include electrostatic and fogging procedures with additional attention to key touch points – like tray tables, arm rests, seatbelts, buttons, vents, handles and lavatories. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that because of how air circulates and is filtered using High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters, most viruses and other germs do not spread easily on aircraft. On average, cabin air is completely refreshed every 3 minutes (compared with every 5 minutes in a typical office building.)
Additional measures for passengers include:
- Per federal requirements compliant face coverings must be worn over the nose and mouth by all except children under the age of 2 from the time they step on airport property until they leave airport property at their destination. Please be aware that while Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has repealed state restrictions, the federal mandate remains in effect for airports, including TUS, and on airlines. Non-compliant face coverings include scarves, balaclavas, bandannas, turtlenecks or other collars pulled up over the nose and mouth, materials with large holes that let light shine through such as mesh or lace, and any mask with an exhalation valve or contains punctures. Face shields can be worn as an addition to a compliant face mask. Clear masks or cloth masks with a clear plastic panel may be used to facilitate communication with people who need to see a speaker’s mouth to understand speech.
- A health status attestation must be completed as part of check-in.
- Temperature checks of passengers and crew members are being conducted before boarding by Frontier Airlines using touchless thermometers. Only those with a temperature reading below 100.4° Fahrenheit are allowed to board.
- During the boarding process passengers are asked to stay clear of the gate until being called to board to maintain safe physical distancing.
The links below provide specific information for each airline at TUS:
Alaska Airlines Travel Safety From Masks to Cleaning
Allegiant Air Going the Distance for Health and Safety
American Airlines Coronavirus Travel Updates
Delta Air Lines Travel Update Center
Frontier Committed to You
Southwest Airlines Steps to Ensure Your Safety
Sun Country Airlines Safety Updates
United Airlines What We’re Doing to Keep Customers and Employees Safe