Albuquerque International Airport

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Albuquerque International Airport (ABQ) Guide

General Information

Airport Name:
Albuquerque International Airport
Airport Code:
The airport is situated 6.5km southeast of Albuquerque
505 244 7700

Directions & Transportation

Taxis and limousines operate from the Terminal
shuttle and bus No 50 goes downtown.
Taxi, shuttle, bus, limousines and car

Airport facilities

Airport Info:
The Albuquerque Convention and Visitors Bureau information booth is in the baggage reclaim area, on the ground floor of the terminal building.
Baggage claim is located on the lower level at the east end of the terminal.
ATMs are to be found throughout the terminal building.There is also a Foreign exchange.
More Services:
Barbershop and shoeshine points
Eating & Drinking:
Distant Drums - Native American jewelry Earth Sprit - Modern jewelry and accessories. Fiesta Market - On the third floor stocking a variety of gifts etc. Hudson News - Newsagents. Thunderbird Curio - Traditional crafts. There are also various kiosks dotted around the airport.
The food court in the a/b connector area houses Comida Buena Gourmet Deli and Bakery, Baskin Robbins Ice-Cream,La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant, Pizzeria Express, Winner's Sports Bar, Black Mesa Kiosk and snack bars and for the beer lover there is Route 66 microbrewery.
Business Facilities:
A fully equipped business centre can be found at the Wyndham Albuquerque Hotel at the airport.505 843 7000.
Disabled Facilities:
Braille signage, special toilets, drinking fountains , TDDs and disabled parking are all provided. Lifts are in the terminal building and multi-storey car park. Shuttle vans from the car rental center are wheelchair-accessible

Useful Information

Airlines Served:
American, America West, Continental, Delta, Frontier, Northwest, Southwest and United.
Airport Taxes:
Departure tax is usually included in your ticket price, inquire on booking.
Activities near the Airport:
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center - 2401 12th st NW, One of the must see places in town is this fantastic museum and craft market run as a co-op by the Pueblo Indians telling their story and place in history. Riverfront - The wooded Bio Park alongside the banks of the Rio Grande houses the wonderful Aquarium and lovely Botanic Garden.