Albuquerque International Sunport
The Sunport is served by eight major airlines and four regional airline service providers. Because of the city’s temperate climate, the Sunport has reported just two temporary runway closures over the past 10 years from inclement weather. Albuquerque currently offers nonstop service to twenty-five cities, including Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, and Atlanta.
Click here to visit the Albuquerque International Sunport website.Double Eagle II Airport
Double Eagle II Airport (AEG) on Albuquerque's west side, is an active general aviation facility. The airport sits at an elevation of 5,834 feet above sea level and is located approximately eight miles north of Interstate 40 at the top of "Nine Mile Hill" on Albuquerque's West Mesa. Facilities include two runways; 4-22 - 7,400 ft. x 100 ft., and runway 17-35 - 6,000 ft. x 100 ft. a full scale Instrument Landing System is available for runway 22, and visual navaid on other runways.
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Built on the west mesa one mile west of I-25, the airport is home to over 50 aircraft, a skydive club, a propeller overhaul facility, aerial photographer, and other small aviation businesses. There are small and large areas available for development of aviation related businesses.
Click here to visit the Belen Alexander Airport webpage.Moriarty Airport
Is an active general aviation airport located east of Albuquerque. Complete with a 24-hour fuel stop, Moriarty’s airport is a favorite with both recreational and commercial users, from ultralight and glider enthusiasts to commercial jet certification testing operations. Large parcels of land surrounding the runway provide an ideal location for airplane manufacturers and suppliers.
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