GENERAL INFO

Location

Amarillo is in the center of the Texas Panhandle. The city connects with Oklahoma and New Mexico via I-40, with Dallas-Ft. Worth via U.S 287, with Lubbock via I-27.

Climate

Altitude: 3,671 ft.; annual precipitation app. 20 inches; there are 4 distinct seasons with over 250 sunny days each year. A constant breeze insures relatively low humidity and comfortable temperatures most of the year.

Transportation

Amarillo Rick Husband International Airport completed a state-of-the-art renovation in June 2011, and is served by American Eagle, United Airlines and Southwest Airlines

Population/Size

Amarillo 198,645 (Census 2015); the city lies within 2 counties, Potter and Randall, and encompasses 90.31 sqm

Distances from Amarillo to other cities:

Albuquerque, NM 269 miles

Austin, TX 409 miles

Brownsville, TX 795 miles

Corpus Christi, TX 575 miles

Cheynne, WY 445 miles

Chicago, IL 870 miles

Colorado Springs, CO 299 miles 

Dallas, TX 333 miles

Denver, CO 361 miles

Dodge City, KS 199 miles 

El Paso, TX 355 miles

Fort Worth, TX 310 miles

Frankfurt, Germany 5189 miles 

Houston, TX 531 miles

Kansas City, MO 479 miles

Las Cruces, NM 341 miles

London, England 4818 miles

Los Angeles, CA 920 miles 

Lubbock, TX 122 miles

Miami, FL 1450 miles

Midland, TX 222 miles

New York, NY 1530 miles 

Oklahoma City, OK 245 miles

Santa Fe, NM 233 miles

Tokyo, Japan 6142 miles 

Tulsa, OK 334 miles

Wichita, KS 305 miles

Wichita Falls, TX 210 miles 

 


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