ABQ – Albuquerque International Sunport is not a hub or large airport—but if it were one it would be an ideal gateway—great weather; an airport that serves the state and region of the Land of Enchantment and the Duke City. You go to Albuquerque as a destination–rarely do you make a change of planes here–only if you are flying Southwest and trying to get to Love Field.
Albuquerque International is well designed for it’s current traffic. Clean design and it has held up after it’s major renovation from a decade and half ago.
Of recent upgrade is the security check through–easily one of the most organized and equipped to handle all those that pass through. Take an airport like SFO San Francisco International which has inadequate security check points; even when traveling on off times–the time to get through is something that will take a bit of time. Even a slight issue becomes a long, long wait.
Albuquerque Sunport’s additional traffic will be handled well through it’s security check point. Traveling has been difficult for most people in the past decade–it is nice to know that some airports have modernized to handle modern needs.
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