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Albuquerque International Sunport handled 6,487,276 passengers in 2006. The count of passengers at the Sunport has seen a average per year increase of 2% over the last 15 years.
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In the 1930s, Oxnard Field and West Mesa Airports provided service to Albuquerque. This changed when the two paved runways and the Ernest Blumenthal designed, Pueblo Revival style terminal of the Albuquerque Municipal Airport opened in 1939. Although this original terminal was replaced in 1965, it was completely restored and now houses offices used by the Transportation Security Agency. It was added to the National Historic register in 1988. In 1940, the airfield was designated Albuquerque Army Air Base. The airport runways are still used by Kirtland Air Force Base which is collocated at the Sunport. The U.S. Air Force provides fire and rescue operations for the airfield.
Today, Albuquerque International Sunport has four runways serving more than 5.8 million passengers each year. William E. Burk, Jr. designed the new terminal which has been expanded twice to accommodate an increase in passenger travel. The first renovation took place in 1989 and the second in 1996. This single terminal has 25 gates dispersed among its three concourses, one of which is designed to specifically service commuter airlines. There are plans to build a new terminal with a people mover system connect the building with the current terminal and airport parking facilities. Six major and two commuter airlines provide non-stop service to 27 cities.