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The Albuquerque International Sunport

New Mexico's Largest Airport

Flying to Albuquerque is easy with the many convenient flights coming in and out of the  Albuquerque International Sunport, New Mexico's largest airport.

Served by seven major carriers, the Sunport offers nonstop service between ABQ and more than 20 destinations, all with worldwide connectivity. The Albuquerque International Sunport, known for its distinct southwestern architecture and cultural décor, is New Mexico’s largest commercial airport, welcoming over 5 million passengers each year. The Sunport boasts a world-class art collection, unique amenities, New Mexican cuisine, and many local artisanal gifts. Visitors often comment that Albuquerque offers one of the most unique and beautiful airports in the country.

The Sunport is conveniently located within the city limits, making it easy to get to your hotel room, business meeting or special event. The Sunport is less than 10 minutes from the University of New Mexico’s main campus, only 10 minutes from the Albuquerque Convention Center and Downtown hotels, and just 15 minutes from Historic Old Town or the Uptown area. Rental car agencies are conveniently located nearby the Sunport, with free shuttle transportation between the main terminal and the car rental center 24 hours a day. A variety of public transportation, private taxi and ride share options also are available from the main terminal building.

Flights to Albuquerque 

Airlines that serve Albuquerque include Alaska Airlines, American, Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit and United. 

There are nonstop flights to Albuquerque from more than 20 cities in the United States.*

A map showing all of the airline routes that can fly into and out of Albuquerque

Lack of congestion at the Albuquerque Airport (Sunport) means visitors experience very few ground delays. Albuquerque is centrally located and the average flight to Albuquerque is about three hours. There are 22 gates in the A and B concourses used by major commercial airlines. The C gate area accommodates commuter airlines.

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*Flight information subject to change.

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