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|Number of Daily Flights||29|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Oct 26|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Oct 27|
|Popular Airlines||Alaska Airlines|
Use the LAX FlyAway to get to the Los Angeles International (LAX) Airport without worrying about parking. Taxis and shuttles can also get you to the airport before your flight. Flight times are usually 90 minutes to Albuquerque International (ABQ) Airport, the largest airport in New Mexico. Shuttles and taxis are available to get you into the city.
For many visitors, a bus tour offers an ideal way to learn more about the city and the surrounding areas, helping to plan out their stay in Albuquerque. An aerial tram ride is a great way to take in the views from Sandia Peak, 10,000 feet in the air. The ABQ BioPark Zoo works to give you a break from the city atmosphere and help you feel like you are in the middle of the Great Outdoors. For a unique look at New Mexico and its past, stop by the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.
Located in the desert, you can expect Albuquerque to be sunny and hot in the summer with temperatures hanging around the 90s. The monsoon season starts around August and considerable rainfall is to be expected. Winters begin around December and temperatures reach their lowest point in January. When spring arrives, the weather is ideal for outdoor activities; however, there is some wind that can be a small nuisance.