Tucson International Airport
Location: KTUS is off of East Valencia Road South Tucson 85756 Pima County in Southern Arizona. (US)
KTUS from above.
Types of Flights:
General aviation over 40% of flights at KTUS are GA.
the rest consist of
As for helicopters KTUS serves medical helicopters, military and law enforcement such as the infamous N30 4 5 & 6 PD helicopters.
Runway 11L/29R: 10,996 ft × 150 ft (3,352 m × 46 m), with ILS. (Note: RWY29R does not have ILS in IF.
- Runway 11R/29L: 8,408 ft × 75 ft (2,563 m × 23 m)
- Runway 3/21: 7,000 ft × 150 ft (2,134 m × 46 m)
WARNING Aircraft Landing on runway 29R visually are to pay close attention and not land on taxiway Alpha you can tell the difference due to the runway being lighter then taxiway:
When on close final runway 29L confirm you have passed the threshold of 29R and that it is right of you, if it is not, you are lost.
(use of runways other then 29R&29L uncommon but not rare
TAXIWAY DIAGRAM AND INFORMATION:
No Aircraft larger then a citation on Taxiway Charlie.
AIRLINES & FLIGHTS:
(3 most popular flights per airline if possible. Some may be random)
KPHX-KTUS (operated by Skywest/mesa airlines with American eagle CRJ)
(All non Stop)
(layovers not included)
A GATES: Frontier, SouthWest, Sun Country and united.
B GATES: Alaskan, American and Delta
C GATES Allegiant. (C gates not in IF feel free to use B gates for Alegiant)
ANG RAMPS 1-10: ANG Ramps are for the Arizona Air National Guard 162 Fighter wing
Arizona Air National Guard
The largest ANG fighter wing consisting of about 1,100 full-time members and 600 part-time citizen airmen. The wing consists of three squadrons and more than 70 F-16 aircraft. the 162d conducts international pilot training in support of foreign military sales (FMS) program.
WEST RAMP 01/02: Owned by the flight school for GA Aircraft
NORTH GA RAMPS: Name says it all.
TIEDOWNS 1-67: These are used for Rentals, Cooperate Aircraft and GA.
REMOTE STANDS: Not too sure what goes here all I know is the RR 747 is there
CARGO RAMPS 1-14: Used for Cargo Aircraft.
Big thanks to @ToasterStroodie for helping me and the IFAET members to edited KTUS.