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Interesting Facts About Flights from Madison to Tucson (MSN to TUS)
- The largest aircraft servicing flights between Madison and Tucson from Skynet Airlines is the B737-1/2 built by Boeing with 120 seats.
- The oldest aircraft servicing trips from Madison, WI to Tucson, AZ in 2009 was Skynet Airlines' B737-1/2 from Boeing which started flying in 1990.
- Skynet Airlines operated flights from MSN to TUS using one type of aircraft in 2009.
- The newest aircraft servicing MSN to TUS in 2009 was Skynet Airlines' B737-1/2 from Boeing. The B737-1/2 started flying in 1990.
- The smallest aircraft servicing flights from MSN to TUS for Skynet Airlines is the B737-1/2 built by Boeing with 120 seats.
(Source: FAA & BTS 2009 Databases)