Part of the uniqueness of Taos, New Mexico is that it’s a bit off the beaten path. We recommend that you consider arriving early to Taos and/ or staying after class, to allow yourself time to arrive, settle in, and enjoy more of Taos.
You can fly into directly into the Taos Municipal Airport from Austin, Dallas, Los Angeles, and San Diego on private airline TaosAir. In summer months, they usually fly to/ from each of sister destination two days each week. They usually fly out of the private jet terminal of airports and getting through their security process is typically much more efficient than other terminals.
Participants also often fly into one of the airports in the vicinity (Santa Fe or Albuquerque) and drive or take a shuttle the rest of the way. Santa Fe has a few direct flights from major destinations like Dallas. The Albuquerque International Sunport is a small international hub with many direct flights in and out each day.
Participants travel from all over the world for the NightWalking class. Contact class organizer Katie Raver if you’d like to find out about sharing a ride or coordinating with other participants.
Airports in the region:
Albuquerque International Sunport Airport
Airport code: ABQ
Proximity: 140 miles/ 2.5+ hour drive to Taos
Santa Fe Regional Airport
Daily direct flights to/ from Denver, Dallas, and Phoenix
Airport code: SAF
Proximity: 70 miles / 1.5+ hour drive to Taos: