The Angel Fire Airport is located in Angel Fire 23 miles east of Taos, New Mexico and 80 miles west of Raton, the county seat, in western Colfax County. At 8382 feet, it is the fourth highest elevation airport in the United States and boasts one of the longest runways in the country at 8,900 feet.
The airport can accomodate nearly every aircraft, personal and charter, flying in today's airways. Surrounding mountains range from 11,086' Agua Fria Peak on the south end of the valley to 12,441' Baldy Peak at the north end of the valley. Wheeler Peak at 13,161', the highest mountain in the state, forms the northwest boundary of the valley. Airport latitude is N36 degrees 25.24 minutes and longitude is W105 degrees 17.40 minutes
Aircraft can be refueled on site with Jet A and 100LL Avgas, available at self service dispensers, or with full service trucks. Please call for hangar availability.