/ Modified aug 14, 2020 5:10 p.m.

Tucson International Airport sees revenues fall as air travel decreases

The airport has also invested in new upgrades designed to keep passengers and workers safe from COVID-19.

During the pandemic, hundreds of thousands of dollars have gone toward upgrades at the Tucson International Airport to protect visitors and workers from being exposed to the coronavirus. Tony Paniagua spoke to airport officials who explained that they’re also dealing with steep financial losses tied to an overall decline in air travel. He also heard from passengers about whether the pandemic has changed the way they feel about flying.

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