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Getting to Santa Fe


Most people fly into Albuquerque (ABQ), an hour south of Santa Fe by car. The city has a small airport that began accepting Delta and American commercial flights in December 2007.


All major U.S. carriers (including United, Continental, American Airlines, Delta, Southwest, and US Airways) plus many international carriers fly into ABQ.

Flight Times

2.5 hours from Chicago to Albuquerque; 50 minutes from Denver; 1.5 hours from Dallas; 1 hour from Phoenix; 4 hours from Los Angeles; 7 hours from New York.

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