Please Note: The free TSV airport shuttle must be confirmed in advance while booking your reservation. Transfers are not guaranteed without a reservation.
Flying with Taos Air is different from flying with any other airline. Taos Air operates from private terminals and makes the whole airport experience faster and easier. Parking, check-in, and security are hassle free, with no lines. Simply arrive at the terminal 60 minutes prior to departure and let Taos Air take care of the rest.
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Taos Ski Valley is regarded as one of the top ski resorts in the world. Fly Taos Air for the fastest route from the runway to the slopes!
From amazing adventures to serene moments of reflection. There is something for everyone in Taos and northern New Mexico.
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29 minute drive from Taos Regional Airport
Taos Ski Valley is a little piece of Alpine wonderland right here in the American Southwest. Nestled in the shadow of Wheeler Peak, the highest point in New Mexico, Taos Ski Valley offers epic adventure throughout the year—but especially in the winter. Come see why Taos Ski Valley routinely gets top marks for its ambience and, of course, its bountiful dry powder and challenging terrain. With abundant options to entertain and excite every member of the family, Taos Ski Valley offers up an outstanding mountain experience with a hint of rustic charm.
14 minute drive from Taos Regional Airport to city center
Taos boasts a rich and dynamic history that drives a thriving arts and cultural scene today. There’s Taos Pueblo, a Native American community that has been continuously inhabited for more than 1,000 years; the Taos Plaza, where locals and visitors alike gather to shop, eat, and visit art galleries; and San Francisco de Asis Church, which has been an inspirational force for Georgia O’Keeffe, Ansel Adams, and many other artists.
The shops at Taos Pueblo give visitors the unique experience of purchasing handmade arts and crafts including jewelry, pottery, and paintings. The family-owned businesses may often give visitors the opportunity to interact with the artisans themselves. The influences of the rich culture of the Pueblo can be seen throughout New Mexico and the southwest.
43 minute drive from Taos Regional Airport
There is no shortage of outdoor adventure in Red River. In the summer, spend the day hiking through Carson National Forest, or grab a mountain bike and ride the chairlift to bike down expertly maintained trails, exploring the mountains, streams, and lakes. Anglers enjoy prime lake fishing and wild streams, paddlers raft some of the best rapids on the Rio Grande, and equestrians take breathtaking sunset rides. In winter, Red River Ski & Summer Area offers opportunities for all abilities on its 63 trails. The Moon-Star Mining Camp is great for beginners, and the terrain parks will keep adrenaline-seeking riders coming back for more.
27 minute drive from Taos Regional Airport
Located just 24 miles north of Taos and 12 miles west of Red River, the small, historic village of Questa is a wonderful base camp for Northern New Mexico adventure. Located at the confluence of the Rio Grande and the Red River, and surrounded by thousands of acres of protected wilderness, Questa is the gateway to the 240,000-acre Rio Grande del Norte National Monument, a haven for rafting, fishing, biking, camping, and rock climbing. Questa is also home to many artists who open up their workspaces during the Questa Studio Arts Tour every summer.
Taos Air is a public/private partnership dedicated to providing air service to/from Taos and the Enchanted Circle region. Partners include: