Fly Direct to Santa Fe and Connect to North Central New Mexico.

Head north to a region that inspires artists and outdoor enthusiasts alike. It’s home to the highest peak in the state and the cavernous Rio Grande Gorge.

You will have easy access to some of the best skiing in the Southwest, including Taos Ski Valley, Ski Santa Fe, Angel Fire Resort, Red River Ski Area, Sipapu, and Pajarito. Visitors can explore historic adobes, encounter Native pueblos, browse world-class galleries, and savor acclaimed restaurants that make Northern New Mexico a world culinary destination.

From Santa Fe, travelers can fly direct to Dallas, Denver and now Phoenix, with connections to thousands of destinations throughout the world. Flights to and from Santa Fe are operated with a CR-700 jet with a 2-class configuration featuring Wi-Fi.


  • Save time and parking fees
  • Connect in Dallas, Denver, and Phoenix to thousands of locations throughout the world.
  • Convenient parking only feet from the gate
  • New improved Santa Fe Airport facilities
  • No worries about weather and travel challenges.
  • New 70 seat aircraft gives you comfortable travel.
  • Support the local economy.


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Are you thinking about warmer weather?  How about an unforgettable celebration where music, hot dogs and rock climbing bring family and friends together? This 4th of July spend your time at Tempe Beach Park as they host the annual Fireworks Spectacular. Tempe Beach Park is just a quick 15 minute drive from the Phoenix International Airport making travel a breeze. Book your non-stop flight to Phoenix from the Santa Fe regional airport. Visit our website at for more information!
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Buenas noches

Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return. -Leonardo da Vinci

This poem from Leonardo da Vinci is inspiring us to #LookUp this World Poetry Day! Next time youre at the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport make sure to stop by Terminal 3 to see this incredibly restored SPAD XIII plane flown by Arizona native Frank Luke, Jr., the first aviator awarded the Medal of Honor. This plane still has 80% of its original parts and is a genuine piece of history! Book your next non-stop flight to Phoenix from the Santa Fe Regional Airport by visiting our website at #iFlySantaFe


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Santa Fe or Albuquerque International?