El Paso International Airport (ELP) is just six miles from all our festival venues in downtown El Paso, and connects the city to the world with over 100 flights a day on mainline jets of every major US airline. You can fly to El Paso from nearly any commercial airport in the United States.
Southwest Airlines,the world’s largest discount air carrier, offers the most flights to El Paso with more than 20 flights per day. Southwest flies mainline 737 jets to El Paso from Dallas (Love Field), San Antonio, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Austin, Houston (Hobby) and Las Vegas. Southwest’s route network serves more than 120 US cities in 41 states, four cities in Mexico and five cities in the Caribbean. Over 80% of the US population lives in or near a Southwest city.
You can reach El Paso from any Southwest origin city with at most, two connections. Travel from as far away as Portland, ME or Spokane, WA, to El Paso on Southwest’s fast, low-cost route network.
Uniquely, Southwest offers these two great juggler-friendly benefits:
- Two bags fly free: Southwest customers can check two pieces of luggage at no charge on any Southwest flight (size and weight limitations apply).
- No-fee for itinerary changes: Southwest does not impose fees when passengers need to change their flights.
Visit southwest.com for booking.
American Airlines serves El Paso with several daily flights to their world hubs at Dallas/Ft. Worth International (DFW), Chicago O’Hare (ORD), Los Angeles (LAX) and Phoenix. Through the oneWorld global network, American connects to over 1,000 cities and 14 partner airlines. Visit aa.com for booking, or visit oneworld.com for information on oneWorld partner airlines worldwide.
Delta Airlines flies twice-daily mainline jet non-stops to El Paso from their world hub at Atlanta Hartsfield International (ATL). From Hartsfield, Delta flies to 325 destinations on six continents. Through the SkyTeam global network, Delta connects to over 600 additional international destinations through 20 partner airlines. Visit delta.com for booking, or visit skyteam.com for information on SkyTeam partner airlines worldwide.
United Airlines serves El Paso with over a dozen daily flights from Denver and Houston (IAH). Through the Star Alliance global network, United connects to over 1,400 worldwide cities through 50 hubs on two dozen Star Alliance partner airlines. Visit united.com for booking, or visit staralliance.com for information on Star Alliance partner airlines worldwide.
El Paso lies along US Interstate 10, connecting the city to both US coasts. Jacksonville, Florida is 1,650 miles east of El Paso, and Los Angeles, California is 800 miles west of El Paso. Along I-10 are several major cities, including Tucson, Phoenix, San Antonio, Houston, New Orleans, Mobile and Tallahassee.
The Amtrak passenger train network connects El Paso to routes across the Southwest, West and Midwest with service on the Sunset Limited (New Orleans to Los Angeles) and the Texas Eagle (Chicago, St. Louis, Dallas, San Antonio, Los Angeles). The Amtrak station is in downtown El Paso, just three blocks from the Convention Center and Hotel Paso del Norte, at 700 West San Francisco Avenue. Visit amtrak.com for booking.
The Greyhound Lines bus terminal is right in downtown El Paso, at 200 San Antonio Street, just a short walk from the Convention Center and Hotel Paso del Norte. Greyhound operates frequent interstate bus service to and from El Paso throughout the United States, and to many parts of Mexico on the Americanos brand. Visit greyhound.com for booking.