Albuquerque International Sunport Airport
ABQ is served by seven major commercial carriers: American, Continental, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, United and US Airways. It also receives regular in-state service from commuters, Great Lakes Airlines and New Mexico Airlines. Freight service is provided by Federal Express and UPS.
ABQ offers nonstop service to 22 cities, including: Atlanta, Baltimore (BWI), Chicago (Midway/O’Hare), Dallas (DFW/ Love Field), Denver, Houston (Bush/Hobby), Kansas City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis/St. Paul, New York (JFK), Oakland, Orlando (seasonal), Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle/Tacoma, Washington (Dulles). Nonstop in-state service is offered to Carlsbad and Los Alamos.
For more information, see the City of Albuquerque website.
Double Eagle II Airport
Double Eagle II Airport is located just south of Rio Rancho’s southern border (Quail Ranch) near the Petroglyph National Monument and is accessible from both Interstate 40 and Interstate 25. There are approximately 240 based aircraft and approximately 120,000 annual operations comprised of training flights, military flights, air ambulance, charter, private and corporate flights.
The airport has two runways; runway 4-22 is 7,398 feet in length by 100 feet wide, has full ILS and is equipped with a MALSR on the runway 22 end. Runway 17-35 is 5,999 feet in length by 100 feet wide, and has REIL on each end. Runway 4 and 17 are equipped with PAPI visual navigational aide.Traffic pattern altitude is 6,800′ mean sea level.There are right hand traffic patterns for runways 22 and 35.