• April 10, 2021

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El Paso International Airport earns perfect safety score from FAA;

Officials with the El Paso International Airport (EPIA) announced Wednesday that the facility had passed the Annual Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 139 Airport Certification Inspection with zero discrepancies. “Setting the standard for a safe and secure city, is not only a part of the City of El Paso’s Strategic Goals, but also instrumental for […]Read More

New technology at El Paso International Airport helps TSA improve

As the holiday travel period approaches, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is using Credential Authentication Technology (CAT) at El Paso International Airport (ELP) to confirm the validity of a traveler’s photo identification and flight details. “The technology now installed at the El Paso International Airport checkpoint enhances capabilities for identifying fraudulent ID such as driver’s […]Read More

El Paso International Airport crews successfully complete emergency training

El Paso International Airport (EPIA) officials announced Friday the successful completion of the  Live Fire Training and Full-Scale Exercise to ensure passenger safety and security through comprehensive emergency preparedness. “This was the first time this type of training was held at EPIA allowing Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting personnel to train in scenarios at their […]Read More

Gallery+Story: El Paso International Airport unveils new mural

Wednesday morning, El Paso International Airport (EPIA) officials, local leaders and dignitaries unveiled the installation of a new mural created by artists Jeremiah Navarro and Dave Navarro. Jeremiah and Dave were selected after their participation in the well known ‘El Paso Strong’ mural on Cotton Street. “This mural will be a memorable sendoff to those traveling out of El Paso,” Director of Aviation Sam Rodriguez shared. “As passengers begin to fly again, we want to ensure their comfort which includes elevating their safety  as well as their spirit.” Included in that project was the restoration of the wall and the Read More

El Paso International Airport to close Butterfield Trail Golf Club

El Paso International Airport (EPIA) will close Butterfield Trail Golf Club (BTGC) by May 31, 2020 in order to reduce expenses and focus on essential airport operations. “It is with a heavy heart that the fiscally-responsible decision to permanently close the course was made.  I am extremely proud of Butterfield Trail Golf Club and the […]Read More

Airport celebrates completion of Landscaping, Lighting Improvement Project

On Monday, officials with the El Paso International Airport celebrated the completion of the Airport Terminal Landscape Architectural Lighting Project with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. “Last year, over 3.2 million passengers passed through our terminal and this project will ensure that the first and last impression passengers have of our city is an exceptional one. With […]Read More