Beginning of main content
Trip Type
Flight 1
Flight 2
Flight 3
Flight 4
Flight 5

Cheap round-trip flights to Tucson

Prices found within past 7 days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Finding Flights from Valdosta to Tucson

Valdosta Regional Airport

Booking cheap flights from Valdosta is never a hassle when you use Orbitz.com. Orbitz.com provides discount rates to both international and domestic locations. Valdosta Regional Airport serves the Valdosta, Georgia, area. The airport is located 4 miles from the city center. Although the airport is mainly used for general aviation, Delta Connection serves the airport's commercial flights.

Valdosta Regional Airport Parking

Valdosta Regional Airport offers both short-term and long-term parking. There is no charge for parking, and spaces are readily available, except during busy periods like Thanksgiving and Christmas. A car that is left for more than five days requires a long-term parking form. This will ensure that your car is not towed. The parking lot is located directly in front of the terminal building.

Valdosta Regional Airport Transportation

Ground transportation to the airport is easy with a taxi. Taxi companies serving the area include Airport Express, Arrow Cab, Azalea City Cab, and Superior Transportation Taxi. There are no regularly scheduled shuttles or local shuttle services that travel to the airport.

Valdosta Regional Airport Restaurants

Valdosta Regional Airport is very small and has limited dining options. However, there is a Subway restaurant located at the passenger terminal. Subway is open seven days a week. Another option is to dine at a restaurant near the airport. The Bleu Cafe serves a variety of sandwiches, cakes, and burgers. IHOP restaurant is located near the airport and serves a variety of meals. Always remember to book cheap flights from Valdosta with Orbitz.com.

Flights to Tucson

Tucson, Arizona is an alluring vacation destination, thanks to its stunning landscape and enthralling attractions. Book your bargain flights to Tucson on Orbitz.com and enjoy a memorable southwestern vacation.

Airports Near Tucson, Arizona

Tucson International Airport, located at 7250 South Tucson Boulevard, serves the travel needs of Tucson residents and visitors. This airport is 10 miles from downtown Tucson and hosts most major airlines, including American, Delta, Southwest, and many others. Tickets to TIA can be booked on Orbitz.com

Ground Transportation from Tucson International Airport

SunTran bus service provides the most economical transportation to downtown Tucson from TIA; trips cost less than $2 each way. It typically takes 45 minutes to travel from TIA to downtown, and bus schedules are available at the airport. Taxi services provide transportation from TIA and can be found on the airport's lower level. Taxis usually cost about $25 to reach downtown Tucson, which takes about 30 minutes. Book your ground transportation on Orbitz.com to find the best deal.

Weather in Tucson, Arizona

Temperatures in Tucson are moderately warm throughout the year, rarely rising above 100 or below 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Winter visitors to Tucson should pack warm clothes but do not need to plan for snow or ice. Tucson's hot summer days mean outdoor activities in June, July, or August should be planned for evenings.

Things to Do in Tucson

The Pima Air and Space Museum is a top-rated Tucson activity. Home to one of the world's largest aircraft collections, this museum is ideal for enthusiasts of aviation history. Nearby Sabino Canyon, part of the Coronado National Forest, offers miles of hiking trails. Book your family's flights to Tucson on Orbitz.com and enjoy the many attractions the city has to offer.

Tucson When to Go

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.

Map

Fare, taxes & fees: Fares include all taxes and fees, except baggage fees. Rates shown reflect fares found by other Orbitz users over the past 7 days. Due to rapidly changing airline prices & seat availability, these fares may no longer be available.

Refunds/changes/cancellations: Itinerary changes, if permitted for the fare, will have a $30 service fee charged by Orbitz. Additional airline charges may apply.

Other conditions: Schedules, fares and rules are subject to change without notice. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights/dates or in all markets. Lower fares may be available. Fares will not be honored retroactively or in exchange for any wholly/partially unused ticket. Tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable. Fare rules are provided for the selected itinerary before booking.