Tucson International Airport is a short drive from downtown Tucson. The airport serves fewer than ten airlines and as a result has higher service levels and shorter queues.
Tucson Airport is well connected to Tucson city and houses a number of shops and restaurants to keep travellers entertained. There is also an arts and culture programme, with a number of Mexican-inspired pieces, located at the airport.
The airport is situated nine miles (14km) south of downtown Tucson.
Getting to the city
The Sun Tran bus company operates service into Tucson from the airport on two routes. A standard Sun Tran bus fare is $1.75. Airport shuttles, taxis and rental cars are also available.
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Car rental agencies based at Tucson Airport include Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Dollar, Hertz and National. Counters are located in the Rental Car Facility east of the Terminal.
Taxis are located on the commercial roadway in front of the baggage claim area. Rates are about $2.25 per mile, with the meter starting at $5.50. VIP Taxi and Yellow Cab are under contract with the airport to meet arriving flights.
Various dining and shopping options are located within the terminal, as too are ATMs, mailboxes, smoking areas, a pet relief area, meeting rooms, massage chairs, a military lounge, shoeshine services, and a lost and found.
Garage parking costs $10 per day. Hourly parking begins at $1 per half hour and rises to a daily maximum of $13. In the Economy Lot, rates are $4.50 per day. A shuttle services the Economy Lot, but all other parking options are within walking distance of the terminal.
Free wifi is available on the airport's network.
Computer workstations are available throughout the airport. Business services such as a notary public, photocopying, and fax facilities are available at the Lost and Found desk. Meeting rooms can also be rented at the airport.
Tucson Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.