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CityCodeAirport Name
Albuquerque ABQ       Albuquerque International
Sunport Airport
Carlsbad CNM Cavern City Air Terminal
Clovis CVN Clovis Municipal
Farmington FMN Four Corners Regional
Hobbs HOB Lea County Regional
Roswell ROW Roswell Int'l Air Center
Santa Fe SAF Santa Fe Municipal
Silver City SVC Grant County Airport

Alamosa CO ALS San Luis Valley Airport
Amarillo TX AMA Amarillo International
Colorado Springs COS Colorado Springs Muni
Cortez CO CEZ Cortez Municipal
Denver CO DEN Denver International
Durango CO DRO Durango La Plata County
El Paso TX ELP El Paso International
Liberal KS LBL Liberal Municipal
Lubbock TX LBB LIA Lubbock Int'l
Midland Odessa MAF Midland International
Montrose CO MTJ Montrose Regional
Pueblo CO PUB Pueblo Memorial
Show Low AZ SOW Show Low Regional
Sierra Vista AZ FHU Sierra Vista Muni
Tucson AZ TUS Tucson International

There are many airports in New Mexico. However, not all New Mexico airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports.

New Mexico is a southwestern state in the United States of America. Over its relatively long history it has also been occupied by Native American populations, part of the Spanish viceroyalty of New Spain, a province of Mexico, and a U.S. territory. The state is unique for its strong Spanish, Mexican, and U.S. Amerindian cultural influences. The states of New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, and Utah come together at the Four Corners in the northwestern corner of New Mexico.

The landscape ranges from wide, rose-colored deserts to broken mesas to high, snow-capped peaks. Despite New Mexico's arid image, heavily forested mountain wildernesses cover a significant portion of the state. Part of the Rocky Mountains, the broken, north-south oriented Sangre de Cristo (Blood of Christ) range flanks both sides of the Rio Grande from the rugged, pastoral north through the center of the state.

Cattle and dairy products top the list of major animal products of New Mexico. Cattle, sheep, and other livestock graze most of the arable land of the state throughout the year. Major crops include hay, nursery stock, pecans, and chile peppers. Hay and sorghum top the list of major dryland crops.

Lumber mills in Albuquerque process pinewood, the chief commercial wood of the rich timber economy of northern New Mexico. New Mexicans derive much of their income from mineral extraction. Even before European exploration, Native Americans mined turquoise for making jewelry.

Industrial outputs, centered around Albuquerque, include electric equipment; petroleum and coal products; food processing; printing and publishing; and stone, glass, and clay products. Defense-related industries include ordnance. Important high-technology industries include lasers, data processing, and solar energy. (airports)

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