Tucson International Airport is a regional airport in Tucson, Arizona, United States. Its IATA code is TUS and is located latitude 32.12 and longitude -110.94 in United States and operates in MST time zone which is the same time zone as Phoenix.
It has 3 runways that allow night landings, and can handle virtually any type of aircraft such as oversized jumbo jets commercial jumbo jets and long haul transport aircraft. It regularly services large turboprop commuters, short and medium haul transport aircraft. It can support single engine aircraft, light twins, most business jets and commuter aircraft.
|03/21||7000 ft / 2133 m||150 ft / 45 m||ASP||Yes|
|11L/29R||10996 ft / 3351 m||150 ft / 45 m||ASP||Yes|
|11R/29L||8408 ft / 2562 m||75 ft / 22 m||ASP||Yes|
Most Popular Departures From TUS
|Los Angeles||Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)|
|Denver||Denver International Airport (DEN)|
|Atlanta||Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)|
|San Diego||San Diego International Airport (SAN)|
|San Jose||San Jose International Airport (SJC)|
|San Francisco||San Francisco International Airport (SFO)|
|Portland||Portland International Airport (PDX)|
|Minneapolis||Minneapolis-St Paul International/Wold-Chamberlain Airport (MSP)|
|Dallas||Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)|
|Chicago||Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW)|
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