The Albuquerque International Sunport welcomes five million travelers to New Mexico each year.


Known for its distinct southwestern architecture, the Albuquerque International Sunport is home to an award-winning art collection and local New Mexican cuisine and keepsakes.


With non-stop flights to more than 20 destinations across the country, the Albuquerque International Sunport is your gateway to the world.


Served by eight major carriers, the Albuquerque International Sunport welcomes business and leisure travelers to New Mexico.


Welcome to THE Albuquerque Sunport

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. Served by 8 major carriers, the Sunport offers non-stop service between ABQ and more than 20 destinations, all with worldwide connectivity.

The Albuquerque International Sunport is the Gateway of New Mexico.



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After much anticipation, our beloved clock is back! 🕥 She’s fully restored (and digital!) back in her original 1980s location in the Great Hall. 😍 ...

Our favorite Monday morning greeting 🛫 ...

Today we're making #ThrowbackTuesday a thing after receiving this gem from Sunport fan Randy Wright. Watch as passengers board a TWA Lockheed Constellation at the Old Terminal circa 1959. ...

1939 construction of the old ABQ terminal – true adobe in progress! 🧱 Officially known as the Old Albuquerque Municipal Airport Building, the old terminal was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. #ThrowbackThursday ...

Today we remember and honor those that lost their lives on this fateful day 19 years ago. Together with our federal partners, we remain committed to the safety our nation's airspace. #NeverForget ...

We're just out here preparing for that cold front 🥶 #nmwx ...

New month, same sunrise feels 🌅 happy #TowerTuesday, friends! ...

Have you ever wondered about this plane on display in the Great Hall? It's an original Ingram-Foster biplane, built between 1914 and 1916, and is believed to be the finest surviving example of an original Curtiss pusher design. These planes, and their pilots, have an incredible history! Click the link in our bio to read more! #NationalAviationDay ...

#TowerTuesday reminder that adventure is ALWAYS at the end of a rainbow! 🌈 ...

First light from Sunport workhorse RWY 8-26 🌄 #ABQopsisawesome
Where will your first sunrise will be when you're ready to fly?

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