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Flights from Bogota

Perhaps known as Colombia’s most energetic city, with one foot in the past and one in the future, travellers will find that Bogota is well connected to the rest of the world. Search for flights with Skyscanner, and you will be able to modify your search to fit the parameters are most important to you, from needing a particular departure time, direct flights, or a particular airline.

 

Look at the whole month for excellent rates using our calendar tool, and you’ll be able to cherry pick the best days to fly if you’re looking to save some money. Being flexible when booking a trip can really save you quite a packet, and it’s worth seeing if a day’s difference will change the overall cost of your flights.

 

If you are a little indecisive on where you should fly, then put ‘everywhere’ into the destination bar, and we’ll whip up all the options available from Bogota, from quick hops across the country, to long-haul flights to somewhere exotic.

 

Finding flights from El Dorado International Airport (BOG)

 

The El Dorado International Airport (BOG) in Bogota is the premier transit facility servicing the country, and is one of the leading airports in South America. This hub is only 15km from the city, and can be accessed via buses and taxis.

 

There is a comprehensive and exciting list of destinations you can fly to, with up to 80 direct and non-stop flights to Europe, North America, and Central America, as well as to other cities around South America.

 

For flights around Colombia, Avianca, LATAM, Easyfly and Satena take the lead, but for flights to short and long-haul destinations then you can look for deals with COPA, United, Avianca, Aeromexico, Iberia, American Airlines, LATAM, Lufthansa, JetBlue, Spirit, Delta, and Air France.

 

Popular destinations from El Dorado International Airport

 

See all the other corners of Colombia by flying to the reinvigorated city of Medellin (MDE or EOH), the beautiful beaches of San Andres (ADZ), or historic Cartagena (CTG), all of which you can start exploring after an easy 1-2 hour flight.

 

Hopping on a flight for 3-4 hours can also take you to some of the Americas’ most spectacular cities, from ancient Cusco (CUZ) in Peru, the exciting streets of Mexico City (MEX), or even up to sultry Miami (MIA) on the southeastern coast of the United States.

 

If you aren’t too fussed about sitting on a flight for longer than five hours, you can discover the sexy beat of Rio de Janeiro (GIG), or the Old World charm of London (LHR) and Paris (CDG).

 

 

Please note that information is correct as of October 2016

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.