Flights from Cartagena

Cheap flights from Cartagena Airport

Cartagena Airport, on Colombia's Caribbean coast, is one the busiest airports in the country and is especially important for the Caribbean region. While Cartagena Airport primarily serves destinations in Colombia, the city's draw as a tourist destination means that it has a growing number of international routes, especially to North America and Europe. If you are looking to fly out from Cartagena Airport then Skyscanner's Everywhere search can help you find the cheapest and most inspirational destinations.

What options are available?

If you are looking for flights within Colombia then Avianca and Viva Colombia are your best bets. Both airlines offer numerous flights each week to destinations such as Bogota, Cali, Medellin, and the San Andres Islands. LATAM Colombia also offers flights to Bogota, Medellin, and the San Andres Islands. A number of North American airlines offer flights to Canada and the United States, including Air Canada, Air Transat, Delta, Jetblue, and Spirit. American Airlines is planning on flying to the airport towards the end of 2017. KLM and Meridiana are the two European airlines serving Cartagena airport. Keep in mind that some airlines only operate out of Cartagena on a seasonal basis.

Where is popular to go?

Cartagena is both a major tourist spot and an important destination for low-cost carriers, meaning that anybody looking to fly out of Cartagena Airport has plenty of affordable, direct options. Thanks to Jetblue and Spirit, flights to Fort Lauderdale are especially cheap and plentiful. From Fort Lauderdale you can easily grab a connecting flight to almost anywhere in North America. If you are looking for a European getaway then KLM offers direct service to Amsterdam, while Meridiana offers direct seasonal flights to Milan. For other ideas about where to head to from Cartagena use Skyscanner's route map to find your next dream destination.

How to get to the airport

The best way to get to Cartagena Airport is by car, either by driving yourself if you have rented a car or by hiring a taxi. If driving yourself the airport offers long-term parking at daily and monthly rates. For most people, a taxi will be the best way of getting to the airport. Be sure you negotiate a price with the driver before getting in the vehicle as overcharging on fares to the airport is common. It's about a 15-minute drive from the city centre to the airport.

What can you do at the airport?

Cartagena Airport isn't a large airport, and you won't find the top-notch amenities here that have become common at other international airports. However, there are a handful of cafes, restaurants, and stores to help you pass the time, including stores selling Colombian handicrafts and coffee, as well as places to grab a quick bite to eat.

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