If you are planning your trip to Santa Fe, the good news is that you have plenty of options on how to get here! Whether you are a no-nonsense traveler and want to get here as quickly as possible or you prefer to take a more scenic route from Albuquerque, we have plenty of helpful information and links below to help you plan your trip. And of course, Uber & Lyft are also available at both airports (but may cost more).
Fly into Santa Fe (SAF)
Two major airlines service the Santa Fe Regional Airport (SAF):
Two rental car companies are located inside the Santa Fe airport terminal for your convenience.
Fly into Albuquerque (ABQ)
Major airlines that service Albuquerque (ABQ):
Santa Fe Shuttle (ABq-saf)
Convenient shuttle services between Santa Fe locations and Albuquerque International Airport and with 19 trips daily to fit your travel schedule. Pick up and drop off at many hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, colleges, and other locations in Santa Fe, NM.Rate: $43.00 Roundtrip + tax
includes two pieces of luggage and one carry-on item per person which must fit under your seat on the shuttle.
roadrunner GROUP transportation
RoadRunner Shuttle is located inside the airport terminal for your convenience. They offer 14 passenger vans, suburban SUVs, sedans and a 28-passenger charter bus.
NO INDIVIDUAL SHUTTLES - SMALL GROUPS ONLY
For reservations call (505) 424-3367. Transportation Service Available TO/FROM: Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Las Vegas, Taos, Red River, Angel Fire, Gallup, Truth or Consequences & More
Rail Runner (ABQ-SAnta fe)
The New Mexico Rail Runner Express has service from Albuquerque to Santa Fe, providing a cost-effective transfer for attendees on a budget. Rates run approx. $10 one way.
Attendees take a shuttle bus from ABQ to the Downtown ABQ station to board the train. Buses depart ABQ airport at 9am, 4pm, 5pm and 6pm on weekdays.
Rail Runner Route Map Rail Runner Tickets and Prices