Being the seventh busiest airport in Texas, El Paso International Airport proudly offers passengers service from several major U.S. airline companies. The ticket desks, check in counters and baggage claim areas for all of the airlines are located in the Lower Level of the terminal building at El Paso International Airport. Additionally, all of the gates are located on the Upper Level of the terminal.
Offering direct flights to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, American Airlines operates the busiest route at El Paso International Airport. In fact, the airport in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area serves as the main hub for American Airlines. From El Paso, this major American carrier takes more than a quarter of a million passengers annually to the busiest airport in Texas. On a seasonal basis, American Airlines offers direct flights to Chicago O’Hare International Airport. The American Airlines fleet picks up customers near Gate A1 and A2 at El Paso International Airport.
Delta Air Lines offers non-stop flights between El Paso and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta. In fact, Atlanta’s largest airport is one of the domestic hubs for Delta Air Lines. From Gate B1, passengers can board the Delta Air Lines fleet heading to Georgia’s capital city.
Southwest Airlines is the busiest carrier in El Paso International Airport. This Dallas based company connects El Paso to other major airports in Texas including Austin-Bergstrom, Dallas-Love, Houston William Hobby and San Antonio. By offering direct flights to Los Angeles International Airport, Southwest Airlines invites passengers to the largest airport in California. Additionally, this major regional company connects El Paso with San Diego International Airport in southern California. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is also on the Southwest Airlines schedule. In fact, the trip to Arizona’s capital city is the second busiest route from El Paso International Airport. Southwest Airlines uses Gates B3, B4, B5 and B6.
From El Paso, United Airlines operates daily flights to Houston Intercontinental International Airport, the second busiest airport in Texas. Passengers are guaranteed a great trip to Houston’s primary airport because it serves as one of the major domestic hubs for United Airlines. Denver and Chicago are also available via United Airlines service, which is offered in Gate B9 and Gate B11.
At El Paso International Airport, the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the only destination offered by US Airways. You can board the US Airways fleet from Gate B7.