Traveling to Santa Fe by Air

Special Airline Rates

Valid Travel Dates: 3 June 2010 through 14 June 2010

American Airlines has been designated the official airline carrier for the ASLO/NABS Joint Summer Meeting in Santa Fe and has offered a 5% discount on published airline fares or a negotiated set price between states for this meeting. Contact American Airlines at 800-433-1790 and mention the Star File Number A7960AT.

You may also contact Allen Samuels House of Travel at 800-874-4731 or by e-mail to for assistance with your travel plans.

Airport Information

Santa Fe is located in Northern New Mexico, an hour's drive north of Albuquerque, the state's largest city and major air gateway. The Albuquerque International Sunport, (ABQ) as the airport is officially known, is serviced by all of the major U.S. airlines. Flying into Albuquerque and renting a car is by far the most popular way of traveling around New Mexico, but it is not the only way. Train service provides access to New Mexico on a daily basis as does the bus.

The Santa Fe Municipal Airport (SAF) is open to private aircraft. Starting June 11, 2009 American Eagle offers a nonstop daily round-trip flight arriving at the Santa Fe Municipal Airport. Click here for full details - download PDF. Shuttle service is available from the Albuquerque airport, the Santa Fe airport and the train station which is located in Lamy, New Mexico, about 20 miles from Santa Fe.

Shuttles & Taxi Services

Please see the Ground Transportation Page for information on airport shuttles and taxi services.