ELP - El Paso International Airport, El Paso, United States

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1 Short Term Parking: 1 hr -$10, 30 mins free, 31 mins - 1 hr $1.5, each add 30 mins $1. Long Term Parking: 24 hrs $5, 30 mins free 31 mins - 1 hr $1 each add hr $0.5
2 Premium reserved parking at $5/day is in front of the main entrance to the passenger terminal. A free Cell Phone Lot is located at (corner of Piper & American Drive, next to the long-term parking lot exit plaza) - stay with your car until your party calls you for pick up.
3 If you are on layover and need a nice comfortable hotel, Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham is just five minutes away and cost $99. They offer free shuttle service.
4 El Paso Airport offers free WiFi access (SSID: DigitalElPaso) in nearly all public areas.
5 An ATM machine is in the TravelEx Business Center, located on the ground level. Travelex provides foreign currency exchange inside its Business Center on the ground level. Open daily 5am-5pm; tel. 915-843-2099.
6 The baggage claim is on the ground level and has an information counter, rental car counters and outside transportation options. Baggage carts are located near the baggage claim on the lower level.
7 Business Services are provided by Travelex - tel. (915) 843-2099 - located on the ground level, next to the Information Booth, provides: Foreign currency exchange; phone cards; fax, photocopy, laptop and wire services; travel insurance; office supplies; overnight package delivery, and postage.
8 Concourse B (East) with gates B1- B11presently serves Delta, Southwest, United & US Airways. This Concourse has a full-service restaurant - the full-service '12th Fairway Bar & Mesa Street Grill' between gates B2/B3., as well as a Max-Wellness self-service kiosk. Food, drink & retail concessions are available on both levels of the terminal and in the concourses.
9 TheTerminal also has a new USO Center. The military desk can be contacted at 915-562-3606. Note that TSA provides Military TSA Pre-check now.
10 Two great layover options are: 1. El Paso Museum of History- Established in 1974, this museum contains life-size exhibits depicting El Paso's history. 2. El Paso Museum of Art: Established in 1947, houses permanent exhibits with more than 5,000 pieces of art, including works by European artists Bellotto and Artemisia Gentileschi, and contemporary works by US and Mexican artists.

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