Cheap Flights to New Mexico

The U.S. state of New Mexico is famous for its stunning natural landscapes, delicious Southwest cuisine, and thriving art scene. Every year, millions of tourists visit the state to revel in the area's natural beauty, partake in vibrant festivals, and buy handmade Indian jewelry in colourful cities like Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Skyscanner's flight search can help you find and compare cheap flights to New Mexico. Haven't decided on a travel date yet? Try expanding your results with the Whole Month search feature.

Airlines That Fly to New Mexico

There are no airlines that fly direct from Canada to New Mexico. Connecting air service is offered by Air Canada, American Airlines, WestJet, and several other major and low-cost carriers. More information about airlines flying to New Mexico can be found here.

Best Time to Fly to New Mexico

New Mexico's peak tourist season runs from June through August, when the weather is hot and the state's festivals are in full swing. This is also the time of year when flight prices and hotel rates are at their highest. The winter months (excluding the holidays) generally offer the best deals on airfare and accommodation, but chilly temperatures can make sightseeing unpleasant.


A good time to visit New Mexico is during the autumn months (September to November), when flights and hotels are cheaper, tourist crowds are smaller, and the weather is warm enough to enjoy some of the state's most popular festivals. If you've already decided on a travel date, Skyscanner's Price Alert tool can notify you of any changes in air ticket prices so you can book the cheapest possible flight to New Mexico.

Airports in New Mexico

There are five commercial airports in New Mexico that service regular scheduled passenger flights. The three busiest facilities, in terms of passenger traffic, are Albuquerque International Airport, Santa Fe Municipal Airport, and Roswell International Air Center.

Albuquerque International Airport (ABQ) is the state's busiest airport. Located approximately 5 kilometres to the southeast of downtown Albuquerque, the airport is connected to the city centre and Santa Fe by city buses (ABQ RIDE Routes 50, 222, and 250), scheduled bus services, local taxis, and several major car rental agencies.

Santa Fe Municipal Airport (SAF) is situated 16 kilometres to the southwest of Santa Fe. the facility receives flights for two regional carriers: American Eagle and United Express. Santa Fe Municipal Airport is served by public buses operated by the Santa Fe Trails Bus System. Other ground transportation options at this airport are Amtrak trains, limousines, shuttles, taxis, and car rentals.

Roswell international Air Center (ROW) is located around 11 kilometres to the south of Roswell. The airport handles flights for just one commercial carrier: American Eagle. Ground transportation options for getting from the airport to the city centre include local buses operated by Pecos Trails Transit, coach lines, taxis, and rental cars.

What to See and Do in New Mexico

A good place to begin exploring New Mexico is in the state's capital, Santa Fe. The mountain village is famous for its art galleries, handmade crafts, and gourmet restaurants. The state's largest city, Albuquerque, is also a major draw for many visitors to the state. Here, you'll find several important historic sites, such as the Petroglyph National Monument. Other points of interest are Carlsbad Caverns National Park, which is home to more than 100 caves, and Pecos National Historical Park, which features a Civil War battle site.

Flights to New Mexico

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