Tucson International Airport (TUS)
Facilities and Services

(Tucson, Arizona - AZ, USA)

Tucson International Airport (TUS) is a gateway to southern Arizona and offers convenient access to this region of the state. The airport features one well-equipped terminal building with three levels, which caters to business travelers and visitors alike.

Essential passenger facilities include cash machines and postal, lost property and first-aid services. There is also a range of shops and eateries at which you can pass the time at.

Airport Information Desks

Tel: +1 520 573 8000
There are two information centers at Tucson International Airport, one in each of the Arrivals / Baggage Reclaim areas. Staff are helpful and friendly, and can provide information on the airport and accommodation in Tucson.

Some useful numbers include:

Airport Main Switchboard - +1 520 573 8000
Airport Information Desk - +1 520 573 8000
Paging and Information - +1 520 573 8000
Lost and Found - +1 520 573 8156
Police - +1 520 573 8182
Medical Emergencies - +1 520 573 8911

Shops, Duty-Free and Retail Outlets

There are newsagents, gift shops, jewelry stores and a golf store at the airport. Among the premier shopping options at the airport are the excellent Paradies Shop and Desert House amalgamations, which offer shoppers some quality products. Customers without tickets can also shop at Tucson International Airport, but must be accompanied by an authorized gift shop supervisor.

Bars, Cafés and Restaurants

There are eateries on the second and third floors of the terminal building at Tucson International Airport (TUS), with a snack bar and a coffee shop on Level 2, a Mexican restaurant and bar on the third floor and restaurants on both departures concourses.

Currency Exchange, Communications and Banking Facilities

You will find cash machines in Arrivals and on the East and West departures concourses at the airport; all ATMs accept major cards. In addition, house and pay phones are spread throughout the terminal and have data ports, while postal facilities are also available. The East Concourse has an Internet café for those wanting to check their emails.

Business and Conference Facilities

The lost property office on the second level has business facilities including telephones, fax machines and a photocopier, while the information centers in each of the arrivals concourses also have business services. Conference rooms can be found on the third floor (airside) of the terminal.

Disabled Facilities

Tucson International Airport has standard facilities and services for the disabled, including disabled toilets near the ticketing desks on the second level, TDD pay phones at the information centers on both arrivals concourses, ramps and elevators where necessary and wheelchairs available on request. Disabled passengers should notify their airline if they need assistance before traveling to the airport.

Other Facilities

Other useful services at Tucson International Airport (TUS) include several art exhibitions on display throughout the terminal, a shoeshine service and a military lounge on Level 2. Some of the airlines also provide private lounges for their business and first-class passengers.

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