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Tucson International Airport

Tucson International Airport is the second largest commercial aviation institution in the state of Arizona.

Although Tucson International is not a hub for any major passenger airline company, it does serve as a hub for cargo airline Evergreen International[?], and it receives many daily jet flights from Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix and from other Southwestern United States destination, as well as a few occasional flights from the East and the Northwest. Usually, international service into this airport has been limited to flights from Mexico, with Aeromexico flying in until a few years ago, and Aero California[?] being now the airline that takes Tucson passengers to Mexican territory.

Airlines serving Tucson include:




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