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For momondo users, the most popular city in Colombia is Bogotá, which is visited about 997% more often than any other city in Colombia. Other very common cities that our users travel to are Medellín and Cartagena.
While there are more than just a few landmarks in Colombia, most momondo users find Parque Lleras, El Rodadero, Parque de la 93, and Poblado Park to be the most interesting places to see in the country.
Flying into Medellín Jose Maria Cordova Intl Airport is typically the best way to visit Parque Lleras, since it is the closest airport to the area.
The best prices found on momondo for flights to Colombia are:
$9 per person with Juneyao Airlines
$15 per person with Avianca
$19 per person with British Airways
American Airlines, Spirit Airlines and Avianca are the top three most popular airlines that fly to Colombia according to our data. American Airlines is the first choice among our users, with 27% of people opting to fly with this airline when traveling to Colombia. Keep in mind that there are 26 different airlines that fly to Colombia on a routine basis, so you have a few additional options to choose from.
On average, it takes 7h 20m to fly from United States to Colombia if you fly out of Los Angeles (the most popular airport in United States) and into Bogotá El Dorado (the most popular airport in Colombia). If you’re flying out of San Francisco and into Bogotá El Dorado, then the flight time is around 12h 29m.
If you’re unsure where to fly to in Colombia, we recommend booking a flight that arrives at the popular Bogotá El Dorado airport, which services Bogotá and its surrounding areas. In the last 12 months, 50% of momondo travelers booking flights to Colombia chose to fly into Bogotá El Dorado.
On average, a flight to Colombia will cost $702 per ticket. We’ve had users find flights to Colombia for as low as $12, however. If you’re unable to find a plane ticket for $12, but manage to find one for $660 or less, then this is still a great deal. Keep in mind that flight costs vary depending on where you fly from, what time of year you travel, and what airline you fly with.
If your travel plans are flexible and you’re looking to save money on flights to Colombia, then be sure to book your departure on a Monday. Flying out on a Monday, as well as a Friday, is your best option. Departing on a Saturday tends to be the most expensive day of the week to fly to Colombia.
|Departing||Destination||Best Time||Best Price|
|Fort Lauderdale||Barranquilla||2h 47m||$159|
|Fort Lauderdale||Cartagena||2h 47m||$161|
|Fort Lauderdale||Bucaramanga||3h 23m||$170|
|Fort Lauderdale||Cali||3h 46m||$185|
|Fort Lauderdale||Bogotá||3h 31m||$193|
|Fort Lauderdale||Medellín||3h 22m||$195|
|Miami||San Andrés||9h 15m||$200|
|Miami||Santa Marta||5h 57m||$200|
There are many different flight options landing in Colombia from the United States. The main Colombian hubs where you’ll find routes with departures from the United States are El Dorado Bogotá International Airport (BOG), Jose M. Cordova Airport (MDE) in Medellin and the Alfonso Bonilla Airport (CLO) in Cali. The flights arriving at El Dorado Bogotá International Airport take-off from US cities like Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) or Dulles International Airport (IAD) in Washington D.C. These routes take around 6h and 45min, 5h and 20min and 5h and 35min, respectively, to arrive at their destination in Colombia. As for the flights to Colombia landing in Medellin, the duration from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York is about 5h and 50min and 3h and 30min from Miami International Airport (MIA). Nonstop Colombia flights to Cali from the same cities as Medellin take approximately 6h and 30min and 3h and 30min.
There are multiple nonstop flights to Colombia from the United States. For instance, American Airlines offers direct journeys from John F. Kennedy International Airport to both Bogotá and Cali, from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport to Bogotá and from Miami International Airport to Cali. Avianca Airlines has nonstop options to both Bogotá and Medellin from John F. Kennedy International Airport and Miami International Airport, and there are flights to Bogotá from Los Angeles International Airport, Dulles International Airport, and Orlando International Airport (MCO). As for planes with direct trips to Cali, Avianca Airlines has flights out of Miami International Airport year round and just during certain month from John F. Kennedy International Airport and Orlando International Airport. You can also find some seasonal nonstop tickets with Spirit Airlines flying to Colombia. For example, there are trips from Miami International Airport and Fort Lauderdale Airport to all three hubs in Bogotá, Medellin, and Cali, and also from Orlando International Airport to Bogotá and Medellin.
The best way to move around between the major cities in Colombia is by plane. The country is large and the distances are far. You’ll find that there are a lot of cheap flights for domestic Colombian routes with airlines like Avianca, Wingo, LATAM and Viva Air Colombia. There are also frequent bus connections that make trips either within the cities or shorter distances from the main hubs. For example, there are various buses from Cartagena or Santa Marta to get to the iconic Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona in the northern part of Colombia. Another possible trip by bus is from Bogotá to the Cocora Valley to see the towering palm trees and the coffee region. If you wish to travel around the Caribbean islands off of Cartagena, boats are also a unique option for getting around. Renting a car is also a possible way to travel at your own pace but it can turn out to be quite expensive.
A US citizen must have a valid passport to be able to travel to and from Colombia. The passport can’t expire for at least six months after your planned departure date out of the country and should have one or more empty visa pages. However, a visa is not required for US citizens to enter Colombia. The only condition is that they don’t stay in the country for longer than 90 days.
To find the flight that best suits your needs, momondo gathers a range of flights from a large pool of different airlines and agents; you can then use our insights and filters to find and book the right flight to Colombia.
momondo does allow users to show only those flights to Colombia which offer a flexible booking policy as well as other useful filters and features.
Once all potential Colombia flight options are in front of you momondo lets you sort and filter flights based on preferences such as airline, price and flight times amongst many other options.
Price alerts on flights to Colombia are quick and easy to set up on momondo. Simply perform a search and select the price alert feature. It is as simple as that.