About - Directors Message
El Paso International Airport provides first-class passenger and air cargo service to the three-state and two nation region, including West Texas, Southern New Mexico and Northern Mexico.
Encompassing nearly 7,000 acres of land, the airport plays a vital role in the regional transportation system, not only for aviation and airline passenger travel, but also for industrial, commercial, and cargo activity.
With seven airlines providing sixty four daily flights and a central location with non-stop service to eight of the nation’s ten largest connecting hubs, any major destination in the world is one stop away from El Paso. The abundance of air service also provides not only a choice of airline and hub service, but also offers the consumer a wide range of fare options.
The airport is continuing to develop the border’s premier integrated air cargo and business center. A new Science and Technology Park has been designed for 150 acres east of Global Reach Drive and south of George Perry Drive. This development will complement existing industrial development and nearby cargo facilities. This new unit provides much needed industrial capacity at the airport complex, as well as commercial and retail opportunities, with the ability to serve the nearby expansion of Fort Bliss.
Butterfield Trail Golf Course is part of an overall development plan, including industrial, commercial and retail uses. Adjacent to Butterfield Trail Golf Club, a nine to fifteen acre site has been reserved for El Paso’s first resort hotel. This unique opportunity is offered to any entity with a well-known resort brand with strong financial management experience, and the capacity to build and manage a resort-style hotel with conference facilities.
El Paso International Airport is committed to capitalizing on our geographical and demographic advantages by providing our community with the best possible air transportation facilities. El Paso's unique location, transportation facilities, and workforce give the city a strong advantage in its historical role as the primary transportation center between the U.S. and Mexico.
Monica Lombraña, A.A.E.
Director of Aviation
Director of Aviation