Located in the second largest city in Arizona, Tucson International Airport is well served by some of the largest airline companies in the United States. Based in the Seattle area, Alaska Airlines invites passengers to the company’s main headquarters at the Seattle/Tacoma International Airport. This regional airline uses the gates in Concourse B.
American Airlines links Tucson International Airport with Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport. Additionally, this airline gladly takes passengers to the company’s home in Dallas Fort International Airport, which holds the busiest air traffic status in Texas. In fact, the trip to the Dallas/Fort Worth area is the busiest route departing Tucson International Airport. Seven daily American Airlines flights from Tucson to Dallas/Fort Worth add up to about 300,000 total passengers per year. From the gates at Concourse A, passengers can board the regional American Airlines service.
Delta Air Lines connects the second biggest city in Arizona with the largest city in Utah. The daily trips to Salt Lake City International Airport are offered by the Delta Connection service. Operating flights to Atlanta, Delta Air Lines is the only airline to offer year round scheduled flight to the East Coast. Additionally, Delta invites Tucson’s passengers to Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport, one of the major hubs for Delta in the Midwestern region. Delta customers can wait for their flights in Concourse B at Tucson International Airport.
Southwest Airlines is in charge of the busiest schedule at Tucson International Airport. Although it is headquartered in Fort Worth, the airline does not offer any direct flights to its hometown. Nevertheless, Southwest Airlines offers flights to major West Coast destinations such as Albuquerque, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and San Diego. Passengers can wait for America’s largest low cost airline at Concourse A.
Thanks to United Airlines, Tucson International Airport is linked to some of the busiest airports in California. The United Express service includes flights to Los Angeles International Airport and San Francisco International Airport. Anyone from Tucson can also board United Express flights to Houston Intercontinental Airport in the most populous city of Texas. Speaking of major West Coast destinations, Denver International Airport also makes its way to the list of United Express service at Tucson International Airport.
Tucson passengers who’d like to fly to Arizona’s largest and capital city will have to rely on US Airways. This company entirely dedicates all its efforts on connecting Tucson International Airport with Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Arizona’s busiest airport is the only destination offered by US Airways at Tucson’s main airport.