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Cheap Flights to Cali Airport (CLO)

Santiago de Cali, or just "Cali" as it's more commonly known, is the biggest city in Colombia's southwest region. With its 2 million residents, Cali is one of the country's main hubs for industrial and commercial enterprises. Scenic, warm, and culture-filled, the city's location looks out over the Pacific Ocean, whose salty breezes help keep the temperatures down.

To reach Cali, most travellers fly into Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International Airport (CLO), which is situated between this city and Palmira, Colombia. Several direct flights there are available from Ecuador, Panama, Peru, Spain, and USA. Skyscanner can help you find the cheapest airfare to Cali with theCheapest Month search too.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Cali

When you're deciding when to book flights, it's best to remember that Cali has a tropical savanna climate. This means the city's seasons are fairly consistent year-round. Summer is known as the dry season by Cali residents, while winter carries more rainy days and cool nights. On average, the temperature sits around 25 °C with highs of 31 °C and lows of 18.5 °C. To find the most affordable times to fly to Colombia, sign up for Skyscanner's Price Alerts feature.

Airlines That Fly to Cali

Several domestic and international airlines fly out of Cali Airport, including:

      
  • Aerolínea de Antioquia
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  • American Airlines
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  • Avianca
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  • Copa Airlines Colombia
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  • LATAM Colombia
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  • Satena
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  • TAC
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  • TAME
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  • VivaColombia
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  • Wingo

What to Expect When Arriving at Cali Airport

Situated 16km northeast from Cali's downtown core, Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International Airport (CLO) is Colombia's 3rd busiest airport. CLO is connected to city center by taxi, public buses, and rideshare services like Uber. If you choose to take a taxi, many of the drivers are friendly, honest, and excellent storytellers for Spanish-speaking travellers. Taxi fare is 84 COP per 80 metres of driving or 50 seconds of idling. For the buses, run by Masivo Integrado de Occidente (MIO), it's 1,900 COP for a one-way ticket. Car rental services are also available on-site at Cali's airport.

Airport Facilities

With its two busy terminals, Cali's Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International Airport (CLO) is the second largest airport in Colombia. It's filled with quality amenities for travellers, including boutiques, restaurants, currency exchanges, and duty-free stores. Colombia flagship airline, Avianca has upscale lounges in both the domestic and international terminals. Anyone can enter the international lounge for a cash fee. There's also an on-site hotel at the airport's third level called GHL Comfort, where you can book guest rooms and suites.

What to See and Do in Cali, Colombia

For what it lacks in tourism infrastructure, Cali makes up for in its gritty, dynamic vibrancy. With a strong Afro-Colombian population, salsa nightclubs are everywhere, alongside a diverse selection of restaurants for every budget. If you're a sports enthusiast, you'll enjoy the many soccer matches, plus the opportunities for mountain biking, wind surfing, and bicycle tours around Cali. This oceanside city does have some natural beauty too, including sunny beaches, soaring mountains, and cute nearby towns like Calima Lake and Panca.

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