Albuquerque International Sunport

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International Airport Minneapolis St. Paul , Salt Lake City (Salt Lake City International Airport) B Delta Connection Salt Lake City (Salt Lake City International Airport) B JetBlue Airways New York-JFK (John F. Kennedy International Airport) B New Mexico Airlines

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intermediate- and long-term projects at the Sunport, including the removal of Runway 17 35 and the construction of a second terminal when traffic demands it. The runway closure recommendation was based on safety, noise abatement, and the cost of upkeep. Because 17 35 intersected all three of the other runways, it ran the highest risk of runway incursions. The runway was closed in Summer 2012, and the tarmac is currently used for taxiing aircraft, as well as a firefighting training aircraft located on the north end. Southwest Airlines Albuquerque (Albuquerque International Sunport) ends August 12, 2012 , Las Vegas (McCarran International Airport), El Paso (El Paso International Airport), Dallas-Love (Dallas-Love) United Express operated by ExpressJet Airlines Denver (Denver International Airport), Houston-Intercontinental (George Bush Intercontinental Airport) American Eagle (American Eagle Airlines) Dallas Fort Worth (Dallas Fort Worth International Airport) Southwest Airlines Albuquerque (Albuquerque International Sunport) ends August 12, 2012 , Dallas-Love (Dallas-Love), Houston-Hobby (Houston-Hobby), Las Vegas (McCarran International Airport) United Express operated by Colgan Air Houston-Intercontinental (George Bush Intercontinental Airport) - ABQ KABQ Albuquerque International Sunport Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States - '''New Mexico''' * Albuquerque International Sunport, Albuquerque (Albuquerque, New Mexico) Most airport terminals are built in a plain style. However, some, such as Baghdad International Airport, are monumental in stature, while others are considered architectural masterpieces, such as Terminal 1 at Charles de Gaulle airport (Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport) near Paris or Terminal 5 (John_F._Kennedy_International_Airport#Terminal 5) at New York's JFK Airport. A few are designed to reflect the culture of a particular area, some examples being the terminal at Albuquerque International Sunport in New Mexico, which is designed in the Pueblo Revival style popularized by architect John Gaw Meem, as well as the terminal at Bahías de Huatulco International Airport in Huatulco, Oaxaca, Mexico, which features some palapas that are interconnected to form the airport terminal. Located on the far west side of the city, it is Albuquerque’s second airport after Albuquerque International Sunport. Construction began in 1982, and the airport was named for the Double Eagle II Balloon (Double Eagle II), the first balloon to cross the Atlantic ocean, piloted by Ben Abruzzo, Maxie Anderson, and Larry Newman. Separation from the Santa Fe Railway Beginning in the 1930s, the Fred Harvey Company began expanding into other locations beyond the reach of the Santa Fe Railroad, and often away from rail passenger routes altogether. Restaurants were opened in such locations as the Chicago Union Station (Union Station (Chicago)) (the largest facility operated by Harvey), San Diego Union Station (Union Station (San Diego)), the San Francisco Bus Terminal, and the Albuquerque International Airport (Albuquerque International Sunport); the last of these was established at the Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal (Union Station (Los Angeles)) in 1939, and could accommodate nearly 300 diners. *Albuquerque International Sunport via a shuttle bus and the Bernalillo County International Sunport (Bernalillo County International Sunport (Rail Runner station)) stop for New Mexico Rail Runner Express service. *Baltimore-Washington International Airport via a shuttle bus and the BWI Rail Station, a stop for Amtrak and MARC (MARC Train) Amtrak service. *36 12th Street Rio Grande Weekday Saturday *50 Airport (Albuquerque International Sunport) Downtown (Downtown Albuquerque) Weekday Saturday *51 Atrisco Rio Bravo Weekday and Saturday *222 Rio Bravo Sunport (Albuquerque International Sunport) Weekday *250 Airport (Albuquerque International Sunport) Downtown (Downtown Albuquerque) Nonstop Express Weekday *251 Albuquerque-Rio Rancho Rail Runner (New Mexico Rail Runner Express) Shuttle Weekday * Albany International Airport * Albuquerque International Sunport (no longer used, replaced by millimeter wave scanner) * New York (John F. Kennedy International Airport) * '''KABI''' (ABI) – Abilene Regional Airport – Abilene, Texas * '''KABQ''' (ABQ) – Albuquerque International Sunport – Albuquerque, New Mexico * '''KABR''' (ABR) – Aberdeen Regional Airport – Aberdeen, South Dakota thumb right Diagram of West Mesa Airport (Image:West Mesa Airport Diagram.png) '''West Mesa Airport''' was an airport on Albuquerque, New Mexico's West Side. Built in 1929, it was the city's second airport after the original Albuquerque Airport (completed in 1928). West Mesa was built by Western Air Express and was originally known as "Western Air Express Airport." TWA and Continental Airlines operated out of this airport until the Albuquerque Municipal Airport (now Albuquerque International Sunport) was built in 1939. Cutter-Carr Flying Service (known later as Cutter Flying Service or Cutter Aviation operated flight instruction and fuel service until shortly before West Mesa Airport closed in 1967.


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there were no fatalities, 3 people were injured and the aircraft suffered serious damage. Amenities * The Sunport had been providing free internet through wi-fi. In February 2005, the Sunport was voted one of the top five U.S. airports for wireless access, according to a Microsoft Small Business Center poll. Sunport was the only one among the top 5 that provided free internet.


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flights a day. It has notably large operations in certain airports. Airports with large Southwest operations include Albuquerque (ABQ (Albuquerque International Sunport)), Atlanta (ATL (Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport )), Austin (AUS (Austin-Bergstrom International Airport)), Baltimore (BWI (Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport)), Chicago (MDW (Chicago Midway Airport)), Dallas (DAL (Dallas Love Field)), Denver ( Denver International Airport

Albuquerque International Sunport

'''Albuquerque International Sunport''' is a public airport 3 miles (5 km) southeast of downtown Albuquerque (Albuquerque, New Mexico), in Bernalillo County (Bernalillo County, New Mexico), New Mexico, United States. It is the largest commercial airport in the state, handling 4,8791,901 passengers in 2014. http: www.abqsunport.com about-us facts-and-figures The airport serves Albuquerque and Santa Fe (Santa Fe, New Mexico) (also served by Santa Fe Municipal Airport).

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