Abilene Regional Airport (ABI) is predominately used by charter services, the military and cargo flights. Commercial flights to Abilene Regional Airport (ABI) are provided by one airline, American Eagle Airlines. Abilene Aero is a charter airline that operates out of the airport. Casino Express Charters flies gambling charter flights to Nevada.
Despite the limited commercial usage, passengers arriving on flights to Abilene Regional Airport (ABI) will find several fine amenities at their disposal. The airport contains a full service restaurant, which is a branch of the well-known Abilene restaurant Alleycats. The terminal gift shop sells various gifts from Texas, as well as sundry items. Free Wi-Fi internet access is available in the terminal. Luggage carts are available free of charge to passengers. There are also public telephones in the terminal. The airport is accessible for disabled passengers, with elevators as well as escalators on the premises. The airport also hosts art exhibits at various times. Airport parking is charged on an hourly basis and is all in one location.
Taxis and shuttle buses are available from local companies. There is no public transportation available at the airport. Commercial flights to Abilene Regional Airport (ABI) arrive from one destination, Dallas/Fort Worth.