Bogota Airport Guide to El Dorado International Bogota Airport (BOG)

Bogota Airport Terminals

Bogota El Dorado Airport is the largest and the main international airport in Colombia, being the international and domestic gateway of the country. 

Bogota Airport first passenger terminal began service in 1959 as a replacement of the interim terminal. In 1973, due to accomplish the milestone of serving three million passengers, it became necessary the construction of a second runway to lessen the incoming congestion.

It wasn’t until 1981 that the Puente Aéreo, Terminal 2, was underwent by Avianca, in order to accommodate high density flights to several Colombian destinations and to Miami and New York City.

Terminal 2 is also the main hub for Avianca, Copa Airlines Colombia, Satena, EasyFly and LATAM airlines. 

Nowadays, Bogota El Dorado Airport has two passenger terminals; Terminal 1 and Puente Aéreo (Terminal 2). 

Transfer between terminals

You can easily transfer between terminals by a satellite free bus. Opening hours: From 5:00 am to 11:00 pm, every 20 minutes.

Terminal 1

Bogota El Dorado Airport Terminal 1 serves domestic and international flights worldwide. It is a four level building terminal which is divided into two sectors; the international concourse on the north, and the domestic concourse on the south. Terminal 1 hosts over 70 domestic and international destinations.

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Terminal 2

Bogota El Dorado Airport Terminal 2 just serves domestic flights, being also the main hub for for Avianca, Copa Airlines Colombia, Satena, EasyFly and LATAM airlines. It is a single level building with plenty of services and amenities.

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