Michael Tashji / May 6, 2021
A Taos Air jet parked at the Taos Regional Airport in a previous season.
Courtesy of skitaos.com
Taos Air announced Thursday (May 6) that it would resume flights between Taos Regional Airport (SKX) and destinations in Southern California and Texas beginning July 1.
The non-stop, public charter flights will travel to Dallas (DAL), Austin (AUS), Hawthorne–Los Angeles (HHR) and Carlsbad–San Diego (CLD).
Taos Air began seasonal flights to cities in Texas beginning in 2018, and in California beginning in 2019. The airline, owned by the Taos Ski Valley resort, suspended its operations in March of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We’ve been hearing from travelers how eager they are to get back on Taos Air,” said Joe Zvada, Director of Aviation for Taos Ski Valley. “Visitors come to Taos to experience spiritual traditions, fine art, distinctive cuisine and the natural beauty of the landscape. As travel regains momentum, we know the experience Taos Air offers will be the perfect way to kick-off a visit to Northern New Mexico.”
For more information, visit TaosAir.com or call 833-359-8267.