FLYING TO ALBUQUERQUE
Flying to Albuquerque is easy. Airlines that serve Albuquerque include: Alaska Airlines, American, Boutique Air, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit and United.
There are nonstop flights to and from nearly 30 cities in the United States. Lack of congestion at the Sunport means visitors experience very few ground delays. www.abqsunport.com
Airline Travel Time to Albuquerque
Albuquerque is centrally located and the average flight to Albuquerque is about 3 hours.
TRAIN AND BUS
Albuquerque is a major stop on Amtrak lines from both Chicago and Los Angeles. The Alvarado Transportation Center, located Downtown, is Albuquerque's transportation hub, directing both train and bus travel.
DRIVING TO ALBUQUERQUE
I-25 and I-40 intersect in Albuquerque and spectacular beauty surrounds Albuquerque.
GETTING AROUND ALBUQUERQUE
It's easy to get around Albuquerque once you get here. There are multiple options for ground transportation. Take advantage of free bus rides with ABQ Ride. They take you all over the city to a number of popular destinations.
Albuquerque is full of easy rideshare services, and has all the latest and most popular tech-based transit options including zTrip, Tiffanys Xpress, Lyft and Uber.
Standard taxicab service is available at hotels, but taxis are typically called for service.
HOTELS PROVIDING COMPLIMENTARY SHUTTLE TO AND FROM THE AIRPORT