El Paso, TX - Airports & Charter Routes
Located at the western edge of Texas on the left bank of the Rio Grande, which here forms the frontier with Mexico, El Paso is the largest American city on the Mexican frontier. Its unique desert landscapes are home to diverse flora and fauna, and the city is rich in cultural attractions. Fun things to do in El Paso and great places to visit include the El Paso Museum of Art with its fine collection of pre-Columbian and Indian art, the Mission Trail, and the Magoffin Home State Historic Site. Within the city limits, occupying the site of a military post established in the mid-19th century, is Fort Bliss, today one of the largest air defense centers in the world and home to fascinating military museums. For those interested in exploring El Paso’s outdoor recreation, Franklin Mountains State Park and Hueco Tanks State Historic Site are ripe for adventure.
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El Paso International Airport (KELP) is four miles northeast of downtown El Paso, in El Paso County, Texas. It is the largest civil airport in Western Texas.