Odessa and the Permian Basin provide a gateway to the rest of the world. Whether traveling on the multiple state and national highways that intersect the area, or flying through our international airport, Odessa serves as your direct ticket to other major markets in Texas and around the world.
Within the city proper, multiple taxi and ride-sharing companies have recently staked claims here, in addition to well-conceived public transportation.
Odessa is centrally located to make transportation in and out of our city easy for business. Access to an international airport, 10 minutes from the heart of the city, an Interstate that was built to handle the distribution needs to travel coast to coast, and rail to take us to any point on the map make Odessa the hub of opportunity for local, regional, national and international business.
Take a look at our connectivity map to see how we connect to the world.
Midland International Airport
- Conveniently located between Midland and Odessa
- 10 minutes from the heart of Odessa
- Connections to every major city in the U.S. and Mexico
- Over 20 daily departures with non-stop service to Dallas and Houston
- Border Entry Airport – allows private and charter aircraft access without first stopping at a border city
- Business reliever airport
- Located in northern Ector County
- Equipped with multiple hangars
- Recently expanded
- US Interstate 20 — a main east/west route
- US Highway 385 — a main north/south route
- Service supplied by Union Pacific Railroad
- Offers 24-hour switching service
- Operates seven days a week
- Reliable access to all US markets
- Direct access to Texas Highway 338, 2 miles from I-20, 1/2 mile from Bus 20
- Two truck scales
Distance to Major Texas Markets
- El Paso 274 miles
- Dallas 347 miles
- Austin 334 miles
- Amarillo 336 miles
- San Antonio 336 miles
- Houston 494 miles
- Presidio 229 miles