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2014-04-15 23:05:11

CyraCom, the Tucson-based interpreter and translation services provider, announced that it will be opening its fourth location in Tucson. Tucson, AZ (PRWEB)

2011-04-05 13:42:00

FORT WORTH, Texas, April 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- American Eagle, the regional affiliate of American Airlines, today started three new daily round-trip flights between Tucson International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport.

2009-10-05 09:30:00

DALLAS, Oct. 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Southwest Airlines is celebrating 15 years of LUV in three cities today. On Oct. 4, 1994, the airline began service to Tucson International Airport, Salt Lake City International Airport, and Boise Airport.

2008-10-16 15:00:18

Advantage Rent A Car will be opening a new car rental location Monday, October 20, 2008, in Tucson, Arizona, at 6909 South Plumer Avenue to serve Tucson International Airport.

2008-10-11 09:00:18

By GABRIELA RICO Mexican airline Aeromexico has suspended nonstop flights between Tucson and Hermosillo, Sonora - Tucson International Airport's only international flight.

2008-09-26 09:00:27

By JACK GILLUM FUEL UP, FLIGHTS DOWN The Tucson Airport Authority expects to see an 18 percent drop in operating income next fiscal year, as Tucson and other cities grapple with slashed air service amid rising fuel costs.

2008-09-19 09:00:26

The 11-story air traffic control tower at Tucson International Airport got a fresh coat of paint recently in preparation for a special celebration - its 50th "birthday." The Tucson Airport Authority will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the tower on Oct. 11, with a community open house.

2008-08-30 09:00:46

By JACK GILLUM Loss of air service here, fare hikes driving more fliers to Sky Harbor again In the last year, Tucson International Airport began offering unprecedented advantages to local travelers that discouraged the long-standing practice of flying from Phoenix.


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