Bernalillo County International Sunport

Location: South Valley at Rio Bravo Boulevard and 2 nd Street (113 Rio Bravo, SE in Albuquerque)


The Bernalillo County/International Sunport Rail Runner station provides South Valley residents with a quick ride to Downtown Albuquerque. The station's location on Rio Bravo also allows for a quick bus connection to the Albuquerque International Sunport for people traveling to and from Valencia County.

Bus Connections

Bus connections from this station will connect people to the South Valley, the VA Hospital, Kirtland Air Force Base and the airport business district. This bus can also be used to access the Albuquerque International Sunport for passengers traveling to and from Valencia County. Airport passengers going north of Albuquerque should use the shuttle to the Downtown Albuquerque Station.

Make sure you read the bus schedule carefully since not all trains are met by this bus. Call 243-RIDE for more information.

Show your Rail Runner ticket to get on the bus for free!


Situated at the southern tip of Albuquerque, and serving as a gateway to the growing South Valley, the Bernalillo County/International Sunport Rail station offers an especially unique opportunity for mixed-use development in an underutilized area of mostly vacant land. The County's vision for the station area incorporates dense residential, public and commercial space to serve commuters and nearby residents, and new employment opportunities, such as research, office and light manufacturing. The plan would create a transit-oriented “town center” along this busy corridor, serving not only local residents, but commuters and visitors with transit connections to the Sunport.

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Albuquerque International Sunport

Real-Time Flight Info

Please consult your specific airline for more flight information.

Getting to the Airport

Local Weather

Sunport Information (505) 244-7700
2200 Sunport Blvd. SE
Albuquerque , New Mexico 87106


The Albuquerque International Sunport is a world-renowned, full-service facility that welcomes more than six million travelers per year.

As the state's largest commercial airport, the Sunport serves as the gateway to the diverse cultures, rich history and breathtaking landscapes that make New Mexico.

We are committed to providing a clean, safe and passenger friendly facility that is capable of meeting the current and future travel needs of visitors and New Mexicans alike.

The Albuquerque International Sunport is owned by the City of Albuquerque and operated by the Aviation Department.

Security Information

When traveling to and from the airport in Albuquerque , please be prepared for enhanced security measures. Consider these tips:

  • Allow extra time before your flight.
  • Check the current list of prohibited items .
  • Curbside waiting restrictions are strictly enforced. Only passenger drop-offs and pick-ups are allowed.
  • The deadline for compliance with the Real ID Act has been extended until January 13, 2013. Until then passengers may continue to use a valid drivers license or other government issued photo ID to pass through security.
  • The Transportation Security Administration, or TSA, encourages these passenger guidelines .

Environmental Assessment for closure of Runway 17-35

An Environmental Assessment (EA) is underway for the proposed closure of Runway 17-35 at the Albuquerque International Sunport. Please visit for details regarding the EA.