Tucson is the county seat of Pima County, Arizona, and home to the University of Arizona.  Known for a mild climate and about 350 sunny days a year no matter what you love to do in the great outdoors, Tucson is the place to do it. The climate and outstanding golf courses make Tucson a favorite golf destination. Take your best shot on a challenging desert golf course, or enjoy a more traditional links-style layout before exploring the thriving arts and cultural scene.  From the robust colors of centuries-old frescoes at Mission San Xavier del Bac to the shining steel of a Boeing Superfortress at the Pima Air & Space Museum, Tucson is a place with as many things to do as your heart and mind can imagine.

Airports serving this area:

Tuscon International: (TUS)

Tucson International Airport is a joint civil-military airport located 8 miles south of downtown Tucson, Arizona.  As an international airport, Tucson International is a port of entry that offers 24-hour customs and immigration services. Because of its proximity to Interstate 10, as well as I-19, which is the gateway to Mexico, the airport plays an important role in cargo operations.  The airport is also home to the 162nd Wing of the Air National Guard, which conducts training operations for the F-16 aircraft. This airport features three runways with the longest being ten thousand nine hundred and ninety six feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Million Air
  • Premier Aviation
  • Tuscon Jet Center
  • Bombardier Aerospace
  • Atlantic Aviation
  • Velocity Air

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