Tucson, AZ Airports & Charter Routes

Whether you’re flying to Tucson for business or for pleasure, evoJets Jet Charter will deliver you there in ultimate style and comfort. Let us fly you direct to “The Old Pueblo” where you can take advantage of business opportunities while enjoying a culture mingling the old west with the new.

Airports In and Around Tucson, AZ

Your flight to Tucson will likely travel through one of three local airports, depending on which best suits your plans.

  • Tucson International Airport (TUS, KTUS) – is found about 6 miles south of the central business district of Tucson. Six fixed base operators (FBOs) offer services for general aviation at this airport: Million Air Tucson, Tucson Jet Center, Premier Aviation, Tucson Executive Terminal, Bombardier Aerospace, and Atlantic Aviation.
  • Ryan Airfield (RYN, KRYN) – is located 10 miles southwest of downtown Tucson. It primarily serves general aviation, but is also used for law enforcement and military helicopter flights. The airport’s single FBO is run by the Tucson Airport Authority, and there is one local airport restaurant available, Todd’s Restaurant.
  • Marana Regional Airport (AVQ, KAVQ) – is located in Marana, Arizona, some 15 miles northwest of Tucson. Tucson Aeroservice Center is the only FBO, and The Sky Rider Cafe is considered to be one of the most popular fly-in restaurants for breakfast and lunch in Arizona.

Charter Pricing

How much does it cost to charter a private jet to/from Tucson?

Pricing can vary per a variety of factors, and every charter flight is a unique situation.

While we cannot guarantee set prices for any particular trip without dates, times and passenger details, here are some target prices for private jet charter flights to/from Tucson that we aim to offer our clients:

Avg. Flight Time
Target Price
New YorkMidsize Jet4.0-4.510-16From $19,500
Salt Lake CityLight Jet1.5-2.06-8From $4,500
Los AngelesLight Jet1.5-2.06-8From $5,500
Las VegasTurboprop1.5-2.04-8From $3,500
DallasMidsize Jet2.0-2.57-9From $10,500

Please note that the above prices are ballpark estimates; specific pricing for a given trip will vary, and these amounts cannot be guaranteed for any specific flight.

Private Jet Prices – Ballpark Hourly Rates

The following hourly rates represent a range of prices for most aircraft within each major category. Exact rates for specific aircraft within each class will vary:

Ballpark Hourly
TurbopropPilatus PC126-8$1,200 – $1,800
Very Light JetPhenom 1004-5$1,500 – $2,250
Light JetHawker 400XP6-8$2,200 – $3,000
Midsize JetLear 607-9$2,800 – $3,800
Supermidsize JetCitation Sovereign8-10$3,800 – $5,000
Heavy JetGulfstream G-IV10-16$5,000 – $8,000

Please note that these hourly rates represent flight charges only, and do not include taxes, crew, airport and other related fees.

Travel Guide

Top Luxury Accommodations in Tucson, AZ

Several of Tucson’s best hotels and resorts are noted as golfing locations. Some other top hotels you may want to consider for your luxury accommodations are

  • Four Points by Sheraton
  • Westward Look Resort Hotel Tucson
  • Hilton Garden Inn Tucson Airport
  • Lodge at Ventana Canyon Tucson
  • Rancho de la Osa

Arts and Culture Sights of Tucson, AZ

Heritage and culture play a big part in the Tucson way of life. From ancient Native American archaeological sites to the settlements and trails of early European explorers, there is much to discover in the Tucson area. Some historic sites of particular interest are:

  • Mini-Time Machine Museum of Miniatures
  • Southern Arizona Transportation Museum
  • Arizona Friends of Chamber Music
  • Tucson/Pima Arts Council
  • Tucson Symphony Orchestra

Outdoor Activities in Tucson, AZ

When you need a break from business and the indoors, Tucson has plenty of recreational outdoor adventures to freshen your mood. Check out some of these exciting venues for some Arizona fun:

  • Cocoraque Ranch & Pavilion
  • Arizona Horseback Experience
  • Arizona ATV Adventures
  • Fleur de Tucson Balloon Tours
  • Pusch Ridge Stables

Golf Courses & Clubs in Tucson, AZ

Of course Tucson also offers visitors bountiful golf courses and clubs in which to work on your game. Some of the options are

  • Arizona National Golf Club
  • Canoa Ranch Golf Club
  • Crooked Tree Golf Course
  • Del Lago Golf Club
  • Dell Urich Golf Course

Weather in Tucson, AZ

Summers in Tucson tend to be quite hot, with temperatures in the 80s. The warmest month is July, with an average maximum temperature of 99.99 degrees Fahrenheit. The winter climate is mild to cool, typically in the 50s, and the coldest month – January has an average minimum temperature of 41.9 degrees. Tucson has an annual average precipitation of 12 inches, and August is the wettest month of the year, at an average rainfall of 2.23 inches.