With its monikers, Burque and The Duke City, Albuquerque or ABQ, is the largest city of New Mexico. Sitting in the high desert, the city has a history that has grown over time. At the heart of Albuquerque is the Old Town, the original city founded way back in 1706, which is characterized by adobe walls and cobblestones.
The city’s modern Downtown contrasts directly with the Old Town. And, despite being over 300 years old, the city is quite cosmopolitan and boasts of exciting nightlife, New Mexican cuisine, funky boutiques, world-class museums and excellent performing venues. You can take a leisurely stroll under the neon glow of Route 66 or soar over the city in a hot air balloon and take in the sights.
If you want to get to Albuquerque directly, in luxury and comfort, you can count on an Albuquerque private jet charter. After a comfortable and relaxing flight on our private jet charter to Albuquerque, you can have a fantastic time exploring the attractions of the city in leisure.
Private Jet Charters To/From Albuquerque
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Airports for Private Jet Charter Albuquerque
Albuquerque has 3 airports serving the area, where you can take flights to and from the city:
- Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ): The airport is situated around 3 miles from the central business district of Albuquerque.
- Double Eagle II Airport (AEG): The airport lies around 7 miles to the northwest of the city.
- Santa Fe Municipal Airport (SAF): The airport is located around 9 miles from Santa Fe and around 59 miles from downtown Albuquerque.
Cultural Attractions of Albuquerque
Inundated with history, Albuquerque has plenty of arts and cultural attractions that you’re sure to love including:
- Albuquerque Museum: Known earlier as The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, the museum preserves the history of Albuquerque and the art of the American Southwest.
- New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science: Founded in 1986, this is a science and natural history museum.
- Old Town Albuquerque: Listed as the Old Albuquerque Historic District, Old Town is a popular tourist destination and has many shops, restaurants, galleries, museums, etc.
- Isleta Amphitheater: The outdoor amphitheater opened in 2000 as Mesa del Sol Amphitheater and the name was changed to Isleta Amphitheater in 2013.
- Tingley Coliseum: Built as a horse show and rodeo auditorium originally, the Tingley Coliseum is a multipurpose arena.
- Cathedral Church of St. John: The church is an Episcopal cathedral, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2018.