Flying out of Sky Harbor this weekend? Get a discount - Tucson News Now

Flying out of Sky Harbor this weekend? Get a discount

(Source: CBS 5 News) (Source: CBS 5 News)
PHOENIX (CBS5) -

If you're one of the many people planning to travel over the upcoming Memorial Day weekend, Sky Harbor Airport has some advice.

From May 23 through May 30, travelers can receive 40 percent off the terminal garage parking rate. [Click here to download the coupon from Skyharbor.com]

Sky Harbor officials recommend using the 44th Street and Washington PHX Sky Train Station when dropping off or picking up family and friends as an alternative to driving into the airport.

Here are some other traveling tips from Sky Harbor.

  • Arrive at the Airport two hours before your flight departs, especially if you are parking in economy areas or checking bags.
  • Double check your carry-on bag before you come to the airport. Liquids and gels carried onto the plane must be in three ounce containers or less and placed in a quart-sized zip top bag. The bag must be screened separately. Larger quantities or medically necessary liquids are allowed at the discretion of TSA screeners. Visit tsa.gov for information about what can be placed in your carry-on.
  • For updated information on parking lot and garage availability, visit skyharbor.com/FindASpot or call our 24-hour parking hotline at 602-273-4545.
  • Family friendly parking is available in the East Economy parking areas. Spaces are located on the north side of the PHX Sky Train™ East Economy Station as well as on the first levels of the A and B Garages.
  • Visit skyharbor.com on your smart phone or tablet to access our mobile website to find out which restaurants and shops are near your gate as well as other airport information.

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