Bogota El Dorado Airport
Flights – last calls to board
Answers to Frequently Asked Passenger Questions
- How can I get to downtown Bogota by public bus?
- Are Uber or Cabify available?
- Is there free WiFi Internet access?
- Where to buy a SIM card?
- How to move between terminals?
- What to do in case of a long layover for connecting flight?
- What to do in case of lost luggage or belongings?
- Is there a luggage storage service?
- Does the airport have currency exchange and banking services?
- Where to go in case of a medical emergency?
- Are there pharmacies?
Bogota El Dorado Airport (IATA: BOG) serves the Bogotá area with a large number of flights to the entire country, international and intercontinental. During 2019, 34.9 million passengers passed through the airport. It is located 15 km west of downtown Bogotá. (SEE MAP).
Hotels near the airport
The airport has 2 terminals open 24 hours: Terminal 1 of Bogotá Airport houses more than 70 domestic and international destinations around the world and where almost all airlines operate and Terminal 2 (also known as Puente Aéreo) offers flights to Colombian destinations, mainly Medellín and Cali through EasyFly and SATENA airlines. The terminals are connected to each other by means of a free satellite bus.
The terminals have restaurants, fast food and cafeterias (some available 24 hours), as well as a wide variety of shops, including duty free, clothing, perfumeries, regional products, electronics, telephony and accessories. Currency exchange agencies, banking services, convenience stores, VIP rooms, prayer room, luggage storage, medical emergencies in the domestic and international departure lounges of Terminal 1, notarial services, etc. are also available.
Public and Private Transport
Transmilenio bus Number k86, the Feeder Route
Number 16-14, the Urban Route
SITP P500, vans and buses, hotel shuttles and van services serve as transportation for passengers from El Dorado airport. See more
Tax Imperial is the official taxi company of El Dorado Airport. Uber and Cabify are available (starting at $ 7). The journey time to the center of Bogotá is approximately 30 minutes. See more
Car rental agencies serve their clients in the Arrivals Hall of Terminal 1. See more
Most of the airlines operate in Terminal 1 with domestic and international flights, while Terminal 2 only operate EasyFly and SATENA with domestic flights mainly to Cali and Medellín.
It has three large parking sectors: Parqueadero Norte, Centro and Sur. They are available 24 hours. See more