Albuquerque, NM Airports & Charter Routes

Private Jet Albuquerque, NM

An urban metropolis, a high desert landscape, and endless rounds of tacos and tequila — say goodbye to your diet and hello to New Mexico’s largest party. Appealing to every kind of jetsetter, from those looking to explore mother nature’s touch on the Southwest to those gearing up for a hot air balloon ride at sunset, book your next private jet to Albuquerque with Evo.

Molded by the Spanish and Native Americans, strolling Albuquerque’s Old Town will have you feeling as if you’ve just gone back in time. Talented street performers line the cobblestone paths and multicolored adobe huts are overflowing with souvenirs and tasty finds. Perched on the northern edge of Old Town is the city’s oldest site of reverence, San Felipe de Neri Church, a must-see to appreciate the architecture and historical significance.

No private jet trip to Albuquerque is complete without experiencing The International Balloon Fiesta, an annual launch of over five hundred mammoth-sized rainbow balloons into the blue sky. Labeled as a bucket list venture by almost all who attend, this week-long festival can be enjoyed at sunrise and after dusk, as the balloons can also be illuminated against the dark sky.

As the hot air balloon capital of the world, love is always in the air – drifting in a basket or cruising in a turboprop. Treat your loved one to an evening among the clouds with a charter flight to Albuquerque and a romantic private hot air balloon ride at sunset.

View-chasers, look no further. If floating balloons aren’t enough, The Sandia Peak Tramway will satisfy your picture-perfect needs for some panoramic views of the region. Board your own cable car and ascend three miles to the summit of Sandia Peak, where you’ll stand at over ten thousand feet above the ground. Perfect in the winter, snow blankets the slopes making for the ultimate ski adventure.

One of the best ways to appreciate this city and its history is by exploring The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. Just outside of Old Town, the heritage and culture of these indigenous people are preserved and highlighted here. Live events, a museum, workshops, and a cafe with Native American Cuisine are all on-site to celebrate the people who shaped the region.

Private Jet Airports in Albuquerque, New Mexico

  • Albuquerque International Sunport (KABQ / ABQ) — This is the primary airport serving all of New Mexico, located only three miles from downtown Albuquerque.
  • Double Eagle II Airport (KAEG / AEG) — Though smaller than ABQ, this airport is located eleven miles from the city center and was named for the first hot air balloon to cross the Atlantic Ocean. It specializes in general aviation, air ambulance, corporate and military flights.

Popular Private Jet Charters to Albuquerque, NM

Charter Pricing

Cost to charter a private jet to Albuquerque, NM

The cost to charter a private jet can range widely, and is based mostly on flight time and the type of aircraft. A charter flight from Los Angeles to Albuquerque, NM will cost $18,500 or more in a Light Jet, for example.

Please note: Due to rapidly rising costs and unprecedented demand, the pricing listed below may be outdated. Please use our cost calculator for real-time pricing and to submit your trip requests. Thank you for flying with evoJets!

Here are some target prices for private jet charter flights to/from Albuquerque, NM that we aim to offer our clients:

To/From Location Target Price (One-Way) Aircraft Type Max Passengers
Los Angeles$18,500Light Jet6-8
Las Vegas$12,300Executive Turboprop4-9
Dallas$23,500Light Jet6-8
Washington D.C.$40,000Super Midsize Jet8-10

Travel Guide

Luxury Hotels in Albuquerque, New Mexico

  • Hotel Chaco
  • Sandia Resort & Casino
  • Marriott Albuquerque
  • Hotel Andaluz Albuquerque, Curio Collection by Hilton

Restaurants in Albuquerque, New Mexico

  • Antiquity Restaurant
  • Mas – Tapas y Vino
  • Artichoke Cafe
  • Farm & Table
  • Savoy Bar & Grill

Arts and Culture Sights of Albuquerque, NM

The arts and culture of Albuquerque are inundated with the history and style of the peoples of the southwest. During your visit, you won’t want to miss a look at some of these unique locations and shows:

  • Turquoise Museum
  • Mother Road Theatre Company
  • Gathering of Nations Pow Wow
  • Musical Theatre Southwest
  • New Mexico Symphony Orchestra

Sports and Recreation Venues in Albuquerque, NM

Of course the culture of Albuquerque would not be complete without the fantastic array of sports and recreation offered here. Some excellent venues and locations to check out include:

  • Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway
  • Balloon Fiesta Park – Multi-Use Sport Facility
  • Arroyo del Oso Golf Course
  • Above and Beyond Affordable Balloon Rides
  • Sandia Golf Club – Sandia Resort & Casino

Weather in Albuquerque, NM

The summer climate of Albuquerque is warm, with temperatures typically in the 70s. The warmest month of the year, July, has an average maximum temperature of 92.3 degrees Fahrenheit. Winters are very cold with temperatures often in the 30s, and the coldest month is January, at an average minimum temperature of 23.8 degrees. Albuquerque’s annual average precipitation is 9.47 inches. August is the wettest month, with an average rainfall of 1.73 inches.