El Paso International Airport ELP
- also referred to as EPIA - serves the tri-regions of West Texas, southern New Mexico, and Northern Mexico, making it an important transportation center between the U.S. and Mexico.
The Airport is only six miles east of downtown El Paso, and 1.7 miles north of Interstate Hwy. 10 (Exit 25), and is near the US-Mexico border. (Airway Blvd. connects to Montana Av. to the south and to Airport Road to the west).
With three runways and with over 2.8M passengers in 2016, El Paso International Airport is served by U.S. airlines offering direct flights to many major U.S. hubs with convenient connections.
El Paso International Airport has one passenger terminal.
NOTE: The consolidated rental car facility was completed late June 2016.