The international airports in Arizona are Laughlin Bullhead International Airport, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Tucson International Airport, Yuma International Airport, Bisbee Douglas International Airport and Nogales International Airport. Other major airports in Arizona are located in Sierra Vista, Grand Canyon Village, Duncan, Page, Marble Canyon and Kayenta.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, located in the state's capital city, is a busy airport, with daily traffic of almost an 110,000 people. 23 airlines have daily operations at this airport.
The Tucson International Airport is another major airport of Arizona, receiving about four million visitors annually. Airlines with operations at this airport are:
Aerolitoral, US Airways, Alaska Airlines, Continental Airlines, United Airlines / Lufthansa Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Airlines / SkyWest, Frontier, Northwest / KLM and Southwest Airlines.
Airports in Arizona are built to a world-class standard and try to provide customers with the best services in the industry. Most of the airlines at Arizona's airports provide online booking services for convenient traveling.
Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa
Page, Kayenta, Marble Canyon, Grand Canyon Village, Kingman, Lake Havasu City, Flagstaff, Winslow, Show Low, St. Johns,Phoenix, Yuma, Tucson, Duncan, Sierra Vista, Nogales, Bisbee, Douglas.
Fredonia, Jacob Lake, Poge, Marble Canyon, Koyenta, North Rim, Grand Canyon Village, Tuba City, Comeion, Kykotsmavi, Keams Canyaon, Kingman, Yucca, Ash Fork, Williams, Flagstaff, St. Michaels, Lake Havasu City, Cotton Wood, Wnslow, Sanders, Prescott, Quartzsite, Agula, Congress, Snowfake, St. Johns, Wickenburg, Concho, Show Low, Glendale, Springerville, Buckeye, Phoenix, Mesa, Rooservelt, Alpize, Wellton, Yuma, Gila Bend, Mami, Globe, San Luts Rio Colorado, Superior, Florence, Morenci, Ajo, Safforai, Duncan, Tucson, Selts, Wilcox, Benson, Cochise, Tomstone, Sierra Vista, Nagales, Bisbee, Douglas.
Nevada, Utah, Colorado, California, New Mexico
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