Travel to New Mexico by Air 

As the fifth-largest state in the nation, there’s so much to see and do in New Mexico. If you choose to travel to New Mexico by air, the Land of Enchantment offers a wide variety of urban and rural airports to connect you to the incredible destinations and adventures across the state.  

Albuquerque Route 66 Kimo Theater

Albuquerque International Sunport 

The Albuquerque International Sunport has direct flights to 20 cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Houston, Chicago, and Seattle served by Alaska, American, Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit, and United. 

Santa Fe Plaza Aerial

Santa Fe Regional Airport 

The capital city boasts non-stop daily flights from Dallas, Denver, and Phoenix, which all land scenically in the Santa Fe Municipal Airport. 

Taos Gorge

Taos Regional Airport  

Taos Air has seasonal non-stop flights serving Dallas, Austin, San Diego, and Los Angeles. 

Carlsbad Caverns

Cavern City Air Terminal 

Boutique Air connects Carlsbad’s Cavern City Air Terminal to Albuquerque and Dallas. 

Roswell Wall

Roswell International Air Center 

American Airlines serves the Roswell Air Center with daily nonstop flights from Dallas and Phoenix  

Gila Cliff Dwellings

Grant County Airport 

At the Grant County Airport, Advanced Air offers direct daily flights to and from Phoenix, Los Angeles, and Albuquerque.  

Gallup Red Rocks Balloon

Gallup Municipal Airport 

Advanced Air connects travelers to and from Phoenix. 


Clovis Regional Airport 

Clovis Regional Airport connects travelers to Denver and Dallas. 

Lovington Plaza

Lea County Regional Airport 

Lea County Regional Airport, a mile west of Hobbs, has daily nonstop flights to Houston and Denver. 

Las Cruces Film Festival

Las Cruces International Airport 

Located ten miles west of downtown Las Cruces, the Las Cruces International Airport offers air service to and from Albuquerque through Advanced Air.