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|Destination Airport IATA Code||TUS|
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|Airlines||American Airlines, Delta, United, Frontier Airlines|
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I checked in on my phone and when I got to the airport to check my bag it offered me an upgrade again (even though I bought one on check in) and tried to charge me again to check my bag. The app and kiosk check in need to communicate better.
The Flight Attendants were very nice. A passenger that I had been seated beside was extremely rude. I asked to be moved. They moved her and made the flight so nice.
could not understand any announcement! garbled and staticky. i shudder what i could have missed in an emergency. please fix!!!
cannot check in online
Everything was great except for the WiFi. The staff in my flights were wonderful.
Appreciated necessary deplane was quick into new plane that was right next door!
Way too many senseless delays.
Events beyond the staff’s control caused a long delay before takeoff but the staff kept us informed and entertained.
The plane was clean and the crew professional
Loved the whole trip. Thank you
Seat didn’t decline. Great legroom in exit row. Fabulous gate agent!
The Miami flight crew for AA were wonderful
Down by the southern border of Arizona sits the beautiful city of Tucson. With more than 300 days of sunshine per year, Tucson is one of the best places to get a tan by the pool or experience a true desert climate. Book cheap flights to Tucson with Orbitz.com, and enjoy a wonderful sun-filled vacation.
Flights into Tucson land at Tucson International Airport, located 10 miles south of downtown, on South Tucson Boulevard. One of the most unique aspects about this airport is that it almost always has an art gallery set up in the lobby. The airport has 10 different dining options from which to choose and another three small shops at which you can buy snacks and souvenirs. The Aero Park Express incorporates three different bus lines to take you from the airport to wherever you want to go in the city. A day pass for the bus system will cost $3.50, and with the airport only 10 miles from Tucson's center, the trip takes less than 20 minutes. Rental cars, taxis, and shuttle services are also available to get you where you need to go.
Tucson's surrounding region is full of amazing parks and terrain for you to explore. Two of the most scenic places to explore nearby can be found west of the city at Gates Pass and northeast at Sabino Canyon. Catalina State Park offers many different outdoor activities, including horseback riding, rock climbing, and hiking. The Pima Air and Space Museum hosts one of the world's largest collections of aircrafts, including a B-17 Flying Fortress and combat gliders from World War II. Travelers visiting Tucson should be aware of its hot weather. Tucson's temperatures average nearly 100 degrees Fahrenheit during the summer. Spring and fall are probably the best times to visit Tucson, as temperatures drop to around 75 degrees Fahrenheit, with the sun shining nearly all the time.
Tucson offers the perfect desert getaway for travelers looking for sunshine and outdoor adventures. Use Orbitz.com to book cheap flights to Tucson, and enjoy a vacation full of great weather and the beautiful outdoors.
It’s no surprise the silver-haired set, northern refugees, and outdoor enthusiasts flock here in winter. Between October and April, days are routinely in the 70s or 80s, and at least nine out of ten are soaked with sun. It rarely rains in Tucson and virtually never snows.
All winter long, bicyclists visit for off-season training, and in November there’s El Tour of Tucson, a road-bike race that attracts some 9,000 participants. February brings the Tucson Rodeo, which is nearly 90 years old, and the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show. The largest in the country, it takes place at venues across the city and attracts more than 60,000 people, from obsessive collectors to casual visitors.
By March, wildflowers bloom, and by April, the desert starts heating up. Summer is marked by 100-degree days that force residents to all but hibernate. Even by mid-morning, temperatures are too high to allow much venturing outside, chasing most visitors far away. By September, temps start to dip into the 90s and the local resorts and hotels tempt visitors with some of the best deals of the year. Take advantage, hike in the mornings, and sit by the pool the rest of the day.
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