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How to get fromSt. Louis to Tucsonby plane, shuttle, bus, train or car

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There are 5 ways to get from St. Louis to Tucson by plane, shuttle, bus, train, or car

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  1. Fly to Tucson7h 52m

    1. Fly from St. Louis (STL) to Tucson (TUS)planeSTL - TUS

    $372–802

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  1. Train2d 1h

    1. Take the train from St. Louis to Tucson Amtrak StationtrainTexas Eagle

    $80–550

3 alternative options

  1. Fly to Phoenix, shuttle7h 17m

    1. Fly from St. Louis (STL) to Phoenix (PHX)planeSTL - PHX
    2. Take a shuttle bus from Sky Harbor International Airport to Tucson Amtrak Stationshuttle

    $222–536

  2. Bus33h 13m

    1. Take the bus from St Louis Bus Station to Amarillo Bus Stationbus
    2. Take the bus from Amarillo Bus Station to Phoenix Bus Stationbus
    3. Take the bus from Sky Harbor International Airport to University of Arizonabus

    $205–393

  3. Drive23h 30m

    1. Drive from St. Louis to Tucsoncar1,487.1 mi

    $272–392

St. Louis to Tucson by bus

Calendar14Weekly Buses
Duration33h 13mAverage Duration
Ticket$205Cheapest Price
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  • Distance: 1,266.3 mi
  • Duration: 7h 52m

What companies run services between St. Louis, MO, USA and Tucson, AZ, USA?

American Airlines, United Airlines, and Southwest Airlines fly from St. Louis (STL) to Tucson (TUS) hourly. Alternatively, you can take a bus from St Louis Bus Station to University of Arizona via Amarillo Bus Station, Phoenix Bus Station, Buckeye Rd & 24th St, and Sky Harbor International Airport in around 33h 13m.

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