Cheap Flights from Albuquerque to Phoenix Sky Harbor in 2020

Flight information Albuquerque to Phoenix Sky Harbor

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 328 miles

1h 10min

Most popular airline last month

Southwest Airlines

Phoenix Sky Harbor

1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There are 2 airports in Phoenix: Phoenix Sky Harbor and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Albuquerque to Phoenix Sky Harbor is $140. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
1h 10min is the average flight time from Albuquerque to Phoenix Sky Harbor.
There are 3 airlines who fly non-stop from Albuquerque to Phoenix Sky Harbor.
There are 76 flights per week flying from Albuquerque to Phoenix Sky Harbor, as of January.

Colorful history, uncompromising desert beauty and a seemingly endless supply of sun: Albuquerque and Phoenix have a lot in common. There are 330 miles between these two great southwestern cities. On a direct flight, you’ll spend about an hour and ten minutes in the air.


It shouldn’t be hard to track down a convenient flight time. Southwest and United Airlines both offer full nonstop schedules between Albuquerque International Sunport(ABQ) and Phoenix Sky Harbor(PHX).


Making your way to Albuquerque International Sunport


The Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ) is a small, convenient airport located just three miles from downtown. It’s attractive and comfortable, easy to get around, and there’s free WiFi throughout the terminal. For those traveling with a working animal, there’s a special airside pet relief area. If you’re just bringing along your pup for a holiday, there are some outdoor grassy areas he can use before going through security.


Parking at the Sunport costs between $7 and $10 a day. You have a couple of public transportation options: On weekdays, you can take the free ABQ Ride Public Bus 250 Downtown Express from the Alvarado Transportation Center. Public bus 222 serves the Sunport, connecting ABQ with the New Mexico Rail Runner Express. (The 222 does not have weekend service.). Public Bus 50 also has a stop at the airport, and can be more convenient from parts of the city. It does run on Saturdays, but not Sundays.


Arriving in Phoenix


Phoenix covers 516 square miles, so the first thing to know about this city is that you’re going to want a car to get around. Attractions can be spread out, so a bit of extra planning will keep you from spending too much time driving from place to place.


This big city’s wealth isn’t just in the world-class shopping and incredible restaurant scenes. It’s in the jaw-dropping beauty of its desert landscape. Phoenix has entire mountain ranges within the city limits, where winding trails invite hikers, runners, and casual wanderers alike. Just don’t forget your sunscreen or your water.


If a city mountain is still a little too much wilderness for your taste, you can enjoy the flora and fauna in the Phoenix Desert Botanical Gardens. The Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park is a must-see for anyone with the slightest interest in history. If you’d like to escape from the sun for an afternoon, duck into the wonderful exhibits at the Heard Museum or the Phoenix Art Museum.


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