FLYING INTO TUCSON
Tucson International Airport has nearly 60 flights a day arriving from 17 major U.S. airports and is just a one-stop connection away from more than 325 destinations around the world. For guests traveling by car or coach, Interstate-10 passes right through the heart of Tucson.
Tucson International Airport is serviced by the following airlines: Alaska, Allegiant, American, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, Sun Country, and United. Major cities offering flights into Tucson include: Atlanta, Bellingham, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Oakland, Phoenix, Portland, Provo, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, and Seattle.
You may also opt to fly into Phoenix, rent a car, and drive down to Tucson. The drive will take you approximately 2 hours.
GETTING AROUND TUCSON
- Of course, there are rental cars available, but there is also the Sun Link Streetcar in the downtown area, taxi cabs, app-based ride-sharing, and Tucson’s TuGo Bike Share for getting up close and personal with Tucson.
- Tucson’s four-mile Sun Link Streetcar route links the University of Arizona campus with four downtown-area shopping-dining-entertainment districts, from Main Gate Square, adjacent to the university on the east end, to Mercado San Agustin, in the Sentinel Peak district on the west end, by way of the Historic Fourth Avenue and the Congress Street districts.
The conference hotel for ASM 2022 is the Westin La Paloma Resort and Spa. The conference rates are $135/night (plus state and local taxes). Reserve your room here, or call 1-520-742-6000 and reference “ASM2022”. Please book your room by June 6, 2022 to receive the negotiated rate! Please note that all cancellations need to be made at least 3 days prior to arrival to avoid a cancellation fee of one night’s room and tax.
NOTE – The hotel normally has a daily resort fee of $29 per day. This fee is waived for the ASM 2022 conference. However, the resort fee will show up initially in the confirmation – this is hardcoded in the reservation system – but it will be removed on the final bill.