1633 W Stamford StAbilene, TX 79601 (325) 673-5424

Abilene Regional Airport is a public airport 3 miles southeast of Abilene, in Taylor County, Texas. It is within the Abilene city limits and owned and operated by the City. Most operations at the airport are general aviation and military training. Wikipedia

Address: 2933 Airport Blvd, Abilene, TX 79602

Phone: (325) 676-6367

Code: ABI

Elevation: 1,791′


Contact ABI

2933 Airport Blvd., Suite 200

Abilene, TX 79602

(325) 676-6367




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ABI Taxi: 325-673-4700

Cheap Rides Taxi: 940-550-8662
Lynkup: 325-864-0535 lynkuptaxi.com
Roadrunner Taxi: 325-232-3295


LYFT is available by app
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Which commercial airlines service Abilene Regional Airport?

American Airlines

0 – 1/2 hours


1/2 – 1 hour


1 – 2 hours


2 – 4 hours


4 – 6 hours


6 – 24 hours


EACH DAY AFTER $9.00 per day.

*Curbside loading and unloading of vehicles is permitted provided a driver remains with his or her vehicle.* Any automobile left unattended will be TICKETED and TOWED.

Following Exemptions to paying parking fees are approved, City of Abilene resolution found here:

  1. Disabled Veterans in the parked vehicle with “DV” license plates
  2. Purple Heart, Prisoner of War and Medal of Honor Holders in the vehicles with such designated license plates

Vehicles taller than 10 ft. or over-sized vehicles (i.e. tractor trailers, RV’s, etc) will need to contact Airport Operations in advance of parking at the airport.

Airport Operations: 325-676-6369

Abilene, Texas boasts a diverse economy with many advantages over cities of similar size in the region also known as the Big Country. One of the strengths of this community is its emphasis on higher education. Abilene is home to six institutions of higher education; Abilene Christian University, Hardin Simmons University, McMurry University, Cisco College, Texas State Technical College, and a Texas Tech Abilene campus housing its School of Nursing, School of Pharmacy, and School of Public Health.

One of the reasons Abilene is known as the Key City is because, the city is the geographic key to the success of the region, pulling workforce from twelve surrounding counties. Dyess Air Force base remains the number one employer in the region. Healthcare, higher education and the public school system also make up major employment sectors for Abilene. In addition, Abilene headquarters many manufacturing, energy sector, and telecommunications companies that contribute significantly to the city’s job market.

One of the most significant reasons people like to live in Abilene is its quality of life. Factors that contribute to quality of life include public service, volunteerism, and philanthropy. The Chronicle of Philanthropy magazine estimates Abilene is among the top twenty percent of American metropolitan areas for median contributions to philanthropic organizations. Cultural events, the arts, sports, and activities centered in the area’s rich Western heritage abound in Abilene.

With its central Texas location, Abilene is truly a destination to experience.

Abilene Regional Airport is a division of the Department of Transportation Services for the City of Abilene. The airport partners with the Abilene Convention and Visitors Bureau, a division of the Abilene Chamber of Commerce, for attracting and retaining our passenger base. Another partner includes Abilene Industrial Foundation as airport property develops for potential aeronautical and non-aeronautical use. The Department of Transportation Services for the City of Abilene also oversees CityLink bus services, fleet maintenance and management, and radio communications.

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