List of airports in Colombia

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This is a list of airports in Colombia, grouped by type and sorted by location.

Airports[edit]

Airport names shown in bold indicate the airport has scheduled service on commercial airlines.

City served / location Department ICAO IATA Airport name Airport type Coordinates Refs
Controlled airports[1]
Apartadó / Carepa Antioquia SKLC APO Antonio Roldán Betancourt Airport Domestic 07°48′42″N 76°42′59″W / 7.81167°N 76.71639°W / 7.81167; -76.71639 (Antonio Roldán Betancourt Airport (Apartadó)) [2][3]
Arauca Arauca SKUC AUC Santiago Pérez Quiroz Airport Domestic 07°04′09″N 70°44′13″W / 7.06917°N 70.73694°W / 7.06917; -70.73694 (Santiago Pérez Airport (Arauca)) [2][4]
Armenia / La Tebaida Quindío SKAR AXM El Edén International Airport International 04°27′06″N 75°45′58″W / 4.45167°N 75.76611°W / 4.45167; -75.76611 (El Edén International Airport (Armenia)) [2][5]
Bahía Solano Chocó SKBS BSC José Celestino Mutis Airport Domestic 06°12′11″N 77°23′42″W / 6.20306°N 77.39500°W / 6.20306; -77.39500 (José Celestino Mutis Airport (Bahía Solano)) [2][6]
Barrancabermeja Santander SKEJ EJA Yariguíes Airport Domestic 07°01′28″N 73°48′25″W / 7.02444°N 73.80694°W / 7.02444; -73.80694 (Yariguíes Airport (Barrancabermeja)) [2][7]
Barranquilla / Soledad Atlántico SKBQ BAQ Ernesto Cortissoz International Airport International 10°53′19″N 74°46′54″W / 10.88861°N 74.78167°W / 10.88861; -74.78167 (Ernesto Cortissoz International Airport (Barranquilla)) [2][8]
Bogotá Distrito Capital SKBO BOG El Dorado International Airport International 04°42′06″N 74°08′49″W / 4.70167°N 74.14694°W / 4.70167; -74.14694 (El Dorado International Airport) [2][9]
Bogotá / Chía Distrito Capital1 SKGY GYM Flaminio Suárez Camacho Airport Domestic 04°48′45″N 74°03′54″W / 4.81250°N 74.06500°W / 4.81250; -74.06500 (Guaymaral Airport (Bogotá)) [10]
Bucaramanga / Lebrija Santander SKBG BGA Palonegro International Airport International 07°07′36″N 73°11′05″W / 7.12667°N 73.18472°W / 7.12667; -73.18472 (Palonegro International Airport (Bucaramanga)) [2][11]
Buenaventura Valle del Cauca SKBU BUN Gerardo Tobar López Airport Domestic 03°49′10″N 76°59′24″W / 3.81944°N 76.99000°W / 3.81944; -76.99000 (Gerardo Tobar López Airport (Buenaventura)) [2][12]
Cali / Palmira Valle del Cauca SKCL CLO Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International Airport International 03°32′35″N 76°22′54″W / 3.54306°N 76.38167°W / 3.54306; -76.38167 (Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International Airport (Cali)) [2][13]
Cartagena Bolívar SKCG CTG Rafael Núñez International Airport International 10°26′31″N 75°30′46″W / 10.44194°N 75.51278°W / 10.44194; -75.51278 (Rafael Núñez International Airport (Cartagena)) [2][14]
Cartago Valle del Cauca SKGO CRC Santa Ana Airport Domestic 04°45′30″N 75°57′22″W / 4.75833°N 75.95611°W / 4.75833; -75.95611 (Santa Ana Airport (Cartago)) [2][15]
Corozal Sucre SKCZ CZU Las Brujas Airport Domestic 09°19′57″N 75°17′07″W / 9.33250°N 75.28528°W / 9.33250; -75.28528 (Las Brujas Airport (Corozal)) [2][16]
Cúcuta Norte de Santander SKCC CUC Camilo Daza International Airport International 07°55′39″N 72°30′42″W / 7.92750°N 72.51167°W / 7.92750; -72.51167 (Camilo Daza International Airport (Cúcuta)) [2][17]
Yopal (El Yopal) Casanare SKYP EYP El Alcaraván Airport (El Yopal Airport) Domestic 05°19′09″N 72°23′03″W / 5.31917°N 72.38417°W / 5.31917; -72.38417 (El Alcaraván Airport (El Yopal)) [2][18]
Florencia Caquetá SKFL FLA Gustavo Artunduaga Paredes Airport Domestic 01°35′21″N 75°33′51″W / 1.58917°N 75.56417°W / 1.58917; -75.56417 (Gustavo Artunduaga Paredes Airport (Florencia)) [2][19]
Girardot / Flandes Tolima2 SKGI GIR Santiago Vila Airport Domestic 04°16′31″N 74°47′46″W / 4.27528°N 74.79611°W / 4.27528; -74.79611 (Santiago Vila Airport (Girardot)) [2][20]
Guapi Cauca SKGP GPI Juan Casiano Airport Domestic 02°34′12″N 77°53′53″W / 2.57000°N 77.89806°W / 2.57000; -77.89806 (Juan Casiano Airport (Guapi)) [2][21]
Ibagué Tolima SKIB IBE Perales Airport Domestic 04°25′18″N 75°08′01″W / 4.42167°N 75.13361°W / 4.42167; -75.13361 (Perales Airport (Ibagué)) [2][22]
Leticia Amazonas SKLT LET Alfredo Vásquez Cobo International Airport International 04°11′31″S 69°56′32″W / 4.19194°S 69.94222°W / -4.19194; -69.94222 (Alfredo Vásquez Cobo International Airport (Leticia)) [2][23]
Manizales Caldas SKMZ MZL La Nubia Airport Domestic 05°01′48″N 75°27′56″W / 5.03000°N 75.46556°W / 5.03000; -75.46556 (La Nubia Airport (Manizales)) [2][24]
Mariquita Tolima SKQU MQU Mariquita Airport Domestic 05°12′45″N 74°53′01″W / 5.21250°N 74.88361°W / 5.21250; -74.88361 (Mariquita Airport) [2][25]
Medellín Antioquia SKMD EOH Enrique Olaya Herrera Airport Domestic 06°13′14″N 75°35′26″W / 6.22056°N 75.59056°W / 6.22056; -75.59056 (Enrique Olaya Herrera Airport (Medellín)) [2][26]
Medellín / Rionegro Antioquia SKRG MDE José María Córdova International Airport International 06°09′52″N 75°25′23″W / 6.16444°N 75.42306°W / 6.16444; -75.42306 (José María Córdova International Airport (Medellín)) [2][27]
Mitú Vaupés SKMU MVP Fabio Alberto León Bentley Airport Domestic 01°15′13″N 70°14′03″W / 1.25361°N 70.23417°W / 1.25361; -70.23417 (Fabio Alberto León Bentley Airport (Mitú)) [2][28]
Montería Córdoba SKMR MTR Los Garzones Airport Domestic 08°49′22″N 75°49′31″W / 8.82278°N 75.82528°W / 8.82278; -75.82528 (Los Garzones Airport (Montería)) [2][29]
Neiva Huila SKNV NVA Benito Salas Airport Domestic 02°57′01″N 75°17′38″W / 2.95028°N 75.29389°W / 2.95028; -75.29389 (Benito Salas Airport (Neiva)) [2][30]
Pasto / Chachagüí Nariño SKPS PSO Antonio Nariño Airport Domestic 01°23′47″N 77°17′28″W / 1.39639°N 77.29111°W / 1.39639; -77.29111 (Antonio Nariño Airport (Pasto)) [2][31]
Pereira Risaralda SKPE PEI Matecaña International Airport International 04°48′46″N 75°44′22″W / 4.81278°N 75.73944°W / 4.81278; -75.73944 (Matecaña International Airport (Pereira)) [2][32]
Popayán Cauca SKPP PPN Guillermo León Valencia Airport Domestic 02°27′16″N 76°36′35″W / 2.45444°N 76.60972°W / 2.45444; -76.60972 (Guillermo León Valencia Airport (Popayán)) [2][33]
Providencia Island San Andrés y Providencia SKPV PVA El Embrujo Airport Domestic 13°21′26″N 81°21′29″W / 13.35722°N 81.35806°W / 13.35722; -81.35806 (El Embrujo Airport (Providencia Island)) [2][34]
Puerto Asís Putumayo SKAS PUU Tres de Mayo Airport Domestic 00°30′21″N 76°30′03″W / 0.50583°N 76.50083°W / 0.50583; -76.50083 (Tres de Mayo Airport (Puerto Asís)) [2][35]
Puerto Carreño Vichada SKPC PCR Germán Olano Airport Domestic 06°11′06″N 67°29′33″W / 6.18500°N 67.49250°W / 6.18500; -67.49250 (Germán Olano Airport (Puerto Carreño)) [2][36]
Quibdó Chocó SKUI UIB El Caraño Airport Domestic 05°41′27″N 76°38′28″W / 5.69083°N 76.64111°W / 5.69083; -76.64111 (El Caraño Airport (Quibdó)) [2][37]
Riohacha La Guajira SKRH RCH Almirante Padilla Airport Domestic 11°31′34″N 72°55′36″W / 11.52611°N 72.92667°W / 11.52611; -72.92667 (Almirante Padilla Airport (Riohacha)) [2][38]
San Andrés San Andrés y Providencia SKSP ADZ Gustavo Rojas Pinilla Int'l Airport International 12°35′01″N 81°42′41″W / 12.58361°N 81.71139°W / 12.58361; -81.71139 (Gustavo Rojas Pinilla International Airport (San Andrés)) [2][39]
San José del Guaviare Guaviare SKSJ SJE Jorge Enrique González Torres Airport Domestic 02°34′47″N 72°38′21″W / 2.57972°N 72.63917°W / 2.57972; -72.63917 (Jorge Enrique González Torres Airport (San José del Guaviare)) [2][40]
San Vicente del Caguán Caquetá SKSV SVI Eduardo Falla Solano Airport Domestic 02°09′07″N 74°45′58″W / 2.15194°N 74.76611°W / 2.15194; -74.76611 (Eduardo Falla Solano Airport (San Vicente del Caguán)) [2][41]
Santa Marta Magdalena SKSM SMR Simón Bolívar International Airport International 11°07′11″N 74°13′50″W / 11.11972°N 74.23056°W / 11.11972; -74.23056 (Simón Bolívar International Airport (Santa Marta)) [2][42]
Saravena Arauca SKSA RVE Los Colonizadores Airport Domestic 06°57′01″N 71°51′22″W / 6.95028°N 71.85611°W / 6.95028; -71.85611 (Los Colonizadores Airport (Saravena)) [2][43]
Tame Arauca SKTM TME Gabriel Vargas Santos Airport Domestic 06°27′04″N 71°45′36″W / 6.45111°N 71.76000°W / 6.45111; -71.76000 (Gabriel Vargas Santos Airport (Tame)) [2][44]
Tolú Sucre SKTL TLU Golfo de Morrosquillo Airport Domestic 09°30′34″N 75°35′09″W / 9.50944°N 75.58583°W / 9.50944; -75.58583 (Golfo de Morrosquillo Airport (Tolú)) [2][45]
Tumaco Nariño SKCO TCO La Florida Airport Domestic 01°48′52″N 78°44′57″W / 1.81444°N 78.74917°W / 1.81444; -78.74917 (La Florida Airport (Tumaco)) [2][46]
Valledupar Cesar SKVP VUP Alfonso López Pumarejo Airport Domestic 10°26′06″N 73°14′58″W / 10.43500°N 73.24944°W / 10.43500; -73.24944 (Alfonso López Pumarejo Airport (Valledupar)) [2][47]
Villavicencio Meta SKVV VVC Vanguardia Airport Domestic 04°10′06″N 73°36′53″W / 4.16833°N 73.61472°W / 4.16833; -73.61472 (Vanguardia Airport (Villavicencio)) [2][48]
Uncontrolled airports[1]
Acandí Chocó SKAD ACD Alcides Fernández Airport 08°29′53″N 77°16′26″W / 8.49806°N 77.27389°W / 8.49806; -77.27389 (Alcides Fernández Airport (Acandí)) [1][2][49]
Aguachica Cesar SKAG Hacaritama Airport 08°14′46″N 73°34′51″W / 8.24611°N 73.58083°W / 8.24611; -73.58083 (Hacaritama Airport (Aguachica)) [1][50]
Amalfi Antioquia SKAM AFI Amalfi Airport 06°53′44″N 75°02′51″W / 6.89556°N 75.04750°W / 6.89556; -75.04750 (Amalfi Airport) [1][2][51]
Araracuara Caquetá SKAC ACR Araracuara Airport 00°36′03″S 72°23′53″W / 0.60083°S 72.39806°W / -0.60083; -72.39806 (Araracuara Airport) [1][2][52]
Arauquita Arauca SKAT ARQ El Troncal Airport 07°01′16″N 71°23′20″W / 7.02111°N 71.38889°W / 7.02111; -71.38889 (El Troncal Airport (Arauquita)) [1][2][53]
Barranco Minas Guainía SKBM BMG Barranco Minas Airport 03°39′26″N 69°48′35″W / 3.65722°N 69.80972°W / 3.65722; -69.80972 (Barranco Minas Airport) [1][2][54]
Capurganá Chocó SKCA CPB Capurganá Airport 08°37′50″N 77°21′01″W / 8.63056°N 77.35028°W / 8.63056; -77.35028 (Capurganá Airport) [1][2][49]
Carimagua Meta SKCI CCO Carimagua Airport 04°33′54″N 71°20′12″W / 4.56500°N 71.33667°W / 4.56500; -71.33667 (Carimagua Airport) [1][2][55]
Caruru Vaupés SKCR CUO Carurú Airport 01°00′48″N 71°17′46″W / 1.01333°N 71.29611°W / 1.01333; -71.29611 (Caruru Airport) [1][2][56]
Caucasia Antioquia SKCU CAQ Juan H. White Airport 07°58′03″N 75°11′53″W / 7.96750°N 75.19806°W / 7.96750; -75.19806 (Juan H. White Airport (Caucasia)) [1][2][51]
Chaparral Tolima SKHA CPL General Navas Pardo Airport 03°43′26″N 75°27′55″W / 3.72389°N 75.46528°W / 3.72389; -75.46528 (General Navas Pardo Airport (Chaparral)) [2][57]
Chigorodó Antioquia SKIG IGO Jaime Ortíz Betancur Airport 7°40′45″N 76°41′00″W / 7.67917°N 76.68333°W / 7.67917; -76.68333 (Jaime Ortís Betancur Airport (Chigorodó)) [1][2][51]
Cicuco Bolívar SKIO Cicuco Airport 09°16′08″N 74°39′08″W / 9.26889°N 74.65222°W / 9.26889; -74.65222 (Cicuco Airport) [1][58]
Ciénaga de Oro / Berastegui Córdoba SKBR Berástegui Airport 08°53′04″N 75°41′01″W / 8.88444°N 75.68361°W / 8.88444; -75.68361 (Berastegui Airport) [1][59]
Cimitarra Santander SKCM CIM Cimitarra Airport 06°22′03″N 73°58′14″W / 6.36750°N 73.97056°W / 6.36750; -73.97056 (Cimitarra Airport) [1][2][60]
Condoto Chocó SKCD COG Mandinga Airport 05°04′19″N 76°40′36″W / 5.07194°N 76.67667°W / 5.07194; -76.67667 (Mandinga Airport (Condoto)) [1][2][49]
Cravo Norte Arauca SKCN RAV Cravo Norte Airport 06°19′00″N 70°12′40″W / 6.31667°N 70.21111°W / 6.31667; -70.21111 (Cravo Norte Airport) [1][2][53]
Cumaribo Vichada SKUM Cumaribo Airport 04°26′47″N 69°46′53″W / 4.44639°N 69.78139°W / 4.44639; -69.78139 (Cravo Norte Airport) [1][61]
Cupica Chocó SKCP BHF Cupica Airport 06°41′55″N 77°29′00″W / 6.69861°N 77.48333°W / 6.69861; -77.48333 (Cupica Airport) [1][2][49]
El Bagre Antioquia SKEB EBG El Bagre Airport (El Tomin Airport) 07°35′42″N 74°48′32″W / 7.59500°N 74.80889°W / 7.59500; -74.80889 (El Bagre Airport) [1][2][51]
El Banco Magdalena SKBC ELB Las Flores Airport 09°02′41″N 73°58′25″W / 9.04472°N 73.97361°W / 9.04472; -73.97361 (Las Flores Airport (El Banco)) [1][2][62]
El Carmen de Bolívar Bolívar SKCB El Carmen de Bolívar Airport 09°40′54″N 75°07′28″W / 9.68167°N 75.12444°W / 9.68167; -75.12444 (El Carmen de Bolívar Airport) [1][63][64]
El Charco Nariño SKEH ECR El Charco Airport 02°26′27″N 78°06′00″W / 2.44083°N 78.10000°W / 2.44083; -78.10000 (El Charco Airport) [1][2][65]
Garzón / La Jagua Huila SKGZ Garzón Airport 02°08′47″N 75°41′39″W / 2.14639°N 75.69417°W / 2.14639; -75.69417 (El Viso Airport (Campoalegre)) [1][66]
Gaviotas (La Gaviota) Vichada SKGA LGT Las Gaviotas Airport (La Gaviota Airport) 04°33′02″N 70°55′32″W / 4.55056°N 70.92556°W / 4.55056; -70.92556 (Las Gaviotas Airport) [1][2][61]
Hacienda Nápoles Antioquia Hacienda Napoles Airstrip Private 05°55′20″N 74°43′42″W / 5.92222°N 74.72833°W / 5.92222; -74.72833 (Hacienda Napoles Airstrip) [1][2][61]
Hato Corozal Casanare SKHC HTZ Hato Corozal Airport 06°09′13″N 71°45′42″W / 6.15361°N 71.76167°W / 6.15361; -71.76167 (Hato Corozal Airport) [1][2][67]
Ibagué Tolima SKCE Cruz Verde Airport Private 04°23′23″N 75°07′51″W / 4.38972°N 75.13083°W / 4.38972; -75.13083 (Cruz Verde Airport (Ibagué)) [1][68]
Ipiales / Aldana Nariño SKIP IPI San Luis Airport 00°51′43″N 77°40′19″W / 0.86194°N 77.67194°W / 0.86194; -77.67194 (San Luis Airport (Ipiales)) [2][69]
Juradó Chocó SKJU JUO Juradó Airport 07°04′25″N 77°43′45″W / 7.07361°N 77.72917°W / 7.07361; -77.72917 (Juradó Airport) [1][2]
La Jagua de Ibirico Cesar SKLB El Borrego Airport Private 09°35′06″N 73°27′07″W / 9.58500°N 73.45194°W / 9.58500; -73.45194 (El Borrego Airport) [1][50]
La Chorrera Amazonas LCR La Chorrera Airport
(Virgilio Barco Vargas Airport)
01°27′23″S 72°48′04″W / 1.45639°S 72.80111°W / -1.45639; -72.80111 (La Chorrera Airport) [2][70]
La Loma / Calenturitas Cesar SKAL Calenturitas Airport Private 09°39′12″N 73°29′41″W / 9.65333°N 73.49472°W / 9.65333; -73.49472 (Calenturitas Airport) [1][50]
La Macarena Meta SKNA LMC La Macarena Airport 02°10′33″N 73°47′12″W / 2.17583°N 73.78667°W / 2.17583; -73.78667 (La Macarena Airport) [1][2][55]
La Pedrera Amazonas SKLP LPD La Pedrera Airport 01°19′29″S 69°34′53″W / 1.32472°S 69.58139°W / -1.32472; -69.58139 (La Pedrera Airport) [1][2][70]
La Primavera Vichada SKIM LPE La Primavera Airport 05°28′39″N 70°25′17″W / 5.47750°N 70.42139°W / 5.47750; -70.42139 (La Primavera Airport) [1][2][71][61]
Magangué Bolívar SKMG MGN Baracoa Regional Airport 09°17′06″N 74°50′47″W / 9.28500°N 74.84639°W / 9.28500; -74.84639 (Baracoa Airport (Magangué)) [2][72]
Maicao La Guajira SKLM MCJ Jorge Isaacs Airport (La Mina Airport) 11°13′57″N 72°29′21″W / 11.23250°N 72.48917°W / 11.23250; -72.48917 (Jorge Isaacs Airport (Maicao)) [2][73]
Maicao La Guajira SKMJ Maicao Airport (La Majayura Airport) 11°23′24″N 72°14′20″W / 11.39000°N 72.23889°W / 11.39000; -72.23889 (Maicao Airport) [1][54][74]
Málaga Santander SKLA Jerónimo de Aguayo Airport 06°42′21″N 72°43′49″W / 6.70583°N 72.73028°W / 6.70583; -72.73028 (Jerónimo de Aguayo Airport (Málaga)) [1][60]
Mapiripán Meta SKIR Mapiripán Airport 02°53′50″N 72°08′28″W / 2.89722°N 72.14111°W / 2.89722; -72.14111 (Mapiripán Airport) [1][55]
Miraflores Guaviare SKMF MFS Miraflores Airport 01°20′15″N 71°57′02″W / 1.33750°N 71.95056°W / 1.33750; -71.95056 (Miraflores Airport) [1][2]
Mompós (Mompóx) Bolívar SKMP MMP San Bernardo Airport 09°15′30″N 74°26′18″W / 9.25833°N 74.43833°W / 9.25833; -74.43833 (San Bernardo Airport (Mompós)) [2][75]
Montelíbano Córdoba SKML MTB Montelíbano Airport 07°58′18″N 75°25′57″W / 7.97167°N 75.43250°W / 7.97167; -75.43250 (Montelíbano Airport) [1][2]
Necoclí Antioquia SKNC NCI Necoclí Airport (Antioquia Airport) 08°27′12″N 76°46′43″W / 8.45333°N 76.77861°W / 8.45333; -76.77861 (Antioquia Airport (Necoclí)) [1][2][51][76]
Nuquí Chocó SKNQ NQU Reyes Murillo Airport 05°42′37″N 77°15′43″W / 5.71028°N 77.26194°W / 5.71028; -77.26194 (Reyes Murillo Airport (Nuquí)) [2][77]
Ocaña Norte de Santander SKOC OCV Aguas Claras Airport 08°18′56″N 73°21′30″W / 8.31556°N 73.35833°W / 8.31556; -73.35833 (Aguas Claras Airport (Ocaña)) [2][78]
Orito Putumayo SKOR Orito Airport 00°39′59″N 76°52′36″W / 0.66639°N 76.87667°W / 0.66639; -76.87667 (Orito Airport) [1][79]
Orocue Casanare SKOE ORC Orocue Airport 04°47′25″N 71°20′54″W / 4.79028°N 71.34833°W / 4.79028; -71.34833 (Orocue Airport) [1][2][67]
Orocue Casanare SKSD Sardinas Airport Private 04°59′09″N 71°30′20″W / 4.98583°N 71.50556°W / 4.98583; -71.50556 (Sardinas Airport) [1][67][80]
Paipa Boyacá SKPA RON Juan José Rondón Airport 05°45′52″N 73°06′21″W / 5.76444°N 73.10583°W / 5.76444; -73.10583 (Juan José Rondón Airport (Páipa)) [1][2][64]
Paz de Ariporo Casanare SKAA Caño Garza Airport Private 05°35′30″N 71°35′22″W / 5.59167°N 71.58944°W / 5.59167; -71.58944 (Caño Garza Airport (Paz de Ariporo)) [1][67]
Paz de Ariporo Casanare SKPZ PZA Paz de Ariporo Airport 05°52′34″N 71°53′18″W / 5.87611°N 71.88833°W / 5.87611; -71.88833 (Paz de Ariporo Airport) [1][2][67]
Pitalito Huila SKPI PTX Contador Airport 01°51′26″N 76°05′08″W / 1.85722°N 76.08556°W / 1.85722; -76.08556 (Contador Airport (Pitalito)) [2][81]
Plato Magdalena SKPL PLT Plato Airport (Las Flores Airport) 09°48′04″N 74°47′11″W / 9.80111°N 74.78639°W / 9.80111; -74.78639 (Plato Airport) [1][2][62]
Puerto Berrío Antioquia SKPR PBE Morela Airport 06°27′36″N 74°24′38″W / 6.46000°N 74.41056°W / 6.46000; -74.41056 (Morela Airport (Puerto Berrío)) [1][2][51]
Puerto Bolívar / Uribia La Guajira SKPB Puerto Bolívar Airport (Portete Airport) Private 12°13′18″N 71°59′03″W / 12.22167°N 71.98417°W / 12.22167; -71.98417 (Puerto Bolívar Airport) [82]
Puerto Gaitán Meta SKMO Morelía Airport 03°45′01″N 71°27′22″W / 3.75028°N 71.45611°W / 3.75028; -71.45611 (Morelía Airport) [1][55]
Puerto Gaitán Meta SKPG Puerto Gaitán Airport 04°18′11″N 72°05′08″W / 4.30306°N 72.08556°W / 4.30306; -72.08556 (Puerto Gaitán) [1][55]
Puerto Inírida Guainía SKPD PDA Obando Airport (César Gaviria Trujillo Airport) 03°51′06″N 67°54′18″W / 3.85167°N 67.90500°W / 3.85167; -67.90500 (Obando Airport (Puerto Inírida)) [1][2][83]
Puerto Leguízamo Putumayo SKLG LQM Caucayá Airport 00°10′56″S 74°46′15″W / 0.18222°S 74.77083°W / -0.18222; -74.77083 (Caucayá Airport (Puerto Leguizamo)) [1][2][79]
Puerto Nare Antioquia SKPN NAR Puerto Nare Airport 06°12′36″N 74°35′27″W / 6.21000°N 74.59083°W / 6.21000; -74.59083 (Puerto Nare Airport) [1][2][51][84]
Quípama Boyacá SKFR Furatena Airport 05°31′20″N 74°10′56″W / 5.52222°N 74.18222°W / 5.52222; -74.18222 (Furatena Airport (Quípama)) [1][64][85]
Remedios Antioquia SKOT OTU Otú Airport 07°00′38″N 74°42′56″W / 7.01056°N 74.71556°W / 7.01056; -74.71556 (Otú Airport (Remedios)) [1][2][51]
Sabana de Torres Santander SKRU SNT Las Cruces Airport 07°23′00″N 73°30′20″W / 7.38333°N 73.50556°W / 7.38333; -73.50556 (Las Cruces Airport (Sabana de Torres)) [1][2][60]
San Gil Santander SKSG Los Pozos Airport 06°35′27″N 73°07′44″W / 6.59083°N 73.12889°W / 6.59083; -73.12889 (Los Pozos Airport (San Gil)) [1][60]
San Luis de Palenque Casanare SKDU Caño Grande Airport Private 05°10′21″N 71°08′31″W / 5.17250°N 71.14194°W / 5.17250; -71.14194 (Caño Grande Airport (San Luis de Palenque)) [1][67]
San Luis de Palenque Casanare SQE San Luis de Palenque Airport 05°25′03″N 71°43′51″W / 5.41750°N 71.73083°W / 5.41750; -71.73083 (San Luis de Palenque Airport) [2][67]
San Marcos Sucre SKSR[citation needed] SRS San Marcos Airport 08°41′25″N 75°09′35″W / 8.69028°N 75.15972°W / 8.69028; -75.15972 (San Marcos Airport) [2][86]
Santa Fe de Antioquia Antioquia SKSF Santa Fe de Antioquia Airport Closed 06°30′05″N 75°49′22″W / 6.50139°N 75.82278°W / 6.50139; -75.82278 (Santa Fe de Antioquia Airport) [1][87]
Santa Rosalía Vichada SKSL SSL Santa Rosalía Airport 05°07′51″N 70°52′06″W / 5.13083°N 70.86833°W / 5.13083; -70.86833 (Santa Rosalía Airport) [1][2][61][88]
Sogamoso Boyacá SKSO SOX Alberto Lleras Camargo Airport 05°40′35″N 72°58′11″W / 5.67639°N 72.96972°W / 5.67639; -72.96972 (Alberto Lleras Camargo Airport (Sogamoso)) [1][2][64]
Tablón de Tamará Casanare TTM Tablón de Tamará Airport 05°43′36″N 72°06′02″W / 5.72667°N 72.10056°W / 5.72667; -72.10056 (Tablón de Tamará Airport) [2][89]
Tapurucuara Vaupés SKTP Tapurucuara Airport 01°28′18″N 70°09′47″W / 1.47167°N 70.16306°W / 1.47167; -70.16306 (Taraira Airport) [1][56]
Taraira Vaupés SKTR Taraira Airport 00°34′04″N 69°38′17″W / 0.56778°N 69.63806°W / 0.56778; -69.63806 (Taraira Airport) [1][56]
Tarapacá Amazonas SKRA TCD Tarapacá Airport 02°53′45″S 69°44′59″W / 2.89583°S 69.74972°W / -2.89583; -69.74972 (Tarapacá Airport) [1][2][70]
Tibú Norte de Santander SKTB TIB Tibú Airport 08°37′51″N 72°43′51″W / 8.63083°N 72.73083°W / 8.63083; -72.73083 (Tibú Airport) [1][2][60]
Timbiquí Cauca SKMB TBD Timbiqui Airport 02°46′39″N 77°40′03″W / 2.77750°N 77.66750°W / 2.77750; -77.66750 (Timbiquí Airport) [1][2][90]
Tiquié Vaupés SKTE Tiquie Airport 00°14′00″N 70°10′10″W / 0.23333°N 70.16944°W / 0.23333; -70.16944 (Tiquie Airport) [1][56]
Trinidad Casanare SKTD TDA Trinidad Airport 05°25′50″N 71°39′30″W / 5.43056°N 71.65833°W / 5.43056; -71.65833 (Trinidad Airport) [1][2][67]
Trinidad / Corocora Casanare SKRO Corocora Airport Private 05°22′29″N 70°58′41″W / 5.37472°N 70.97806°W / 5.37472; -70.97806 (Corocora Airport) [1][91][67]
Tuluá Valle del Cauca SKUL ULQ Heriberto Gíl Martínez Airport (Farfán Airport) 04°05′40″N 76°13′26″W / 4.09444°N 76.22389°W / 4.09444; -76.22389 (Heriberto Gíl Martínez Airport (Tuluá)) [2][92]
Tunja Boyacá SKTJ Tunja Airport (Gustavo Rojas Pinilla Airport) 05°32′32″N 73°20′39″W / 5.54222°N 73.34417°W / 5.54222; -73.34417 (Tunja Airport) [1][64]
Turbo Antioquia SKTU TRB Gonzalo Mejía Airport 08°04′28″N 76°44′28″W / 8.07444°N 76.74111°W / 8.07444; -76.74111 (Gonzalo Mejía Airport (Turbo)) [1][2][51]
Uribe Meta SKUB URI Uribe Airport 03°14′13″N 74°20′47″W / 3.23694°N 74.34639°W / 3.23694; -74.34639 (Uribe Airport) [1][2][55]
Urrao Antioquia SKUR URR Urrao Airport 06°19′35″N 76°08′25″W / 6.32639°N 76.14028°W / 6.32639; -76.14028 (Alí Piedrahita Airport (Urrao) [1][2][51]
Vigía del Fuerte Antioquia SKVF Vigía del Fuerte Airport 06°34′05″N 76°53′16″W / 6.56806°N 76.88778°W / 6.56806; -76.88778 (Vigía del Fuerte Airport) [1][51]
Villagarzón Putumayo SKVG VGZ Villa Garzón Airport (Cananguchal Airport) 00°58′43″N 76°36′20″W / 0.97861°N 76.60556°W / 0.97861; -76.60556 (Villa Garzón Airport) [1][2][79]
Villanueva Casanare SKVN Villanueva Airport 04°38′14″N 72°56′59″W / 4.63722°N 72.94972°W / 4.63722; -72.94972 (Villanueva Airport) [1][67]
Military airports[1]
Buenaventura / Juanchaco Valle del Cauca SKJC Juanchaco Airport 03°56′05″N 77°21′43″W / 3.93472°N 77.36194°W / 3.93472; -77.36194 (Juanchaco Airport (Buenaventura)) [2][93]
Cali Valle del Cauca SKGB Marco Fidel Suárez Air Base 03°27′32″N 76°29′47″W / 3.45889°N 76.49639°W / 3.45889; -76.49639 (Marco Fidel Suárez Air Base (Cali)) [1][92]
Coveñas Sucre SKCV CVE Coveñas Airport 09°24′04″N 75°41′29″W / 9.40111°N 75.69139°W / 9.40111; -75.69139 (Coveñas Naval Base) [1][2][86]
Distracción / Fonseca La Guajira SKBN Buenavista Air Base 10°53′15″N 72°54′03″W / 10.88750°N 72.90083°W / 10.88750; -72.90083 (Buenavista Air Base) [1][54]
Larandia Caquetá SKLR Fuerte Militar Larandia 01°28′38″N 75°29′12″W / 1.47722°N 75.48667°W / 1.47722; -75.48667 (Fuerte Militar Larandia) [1][94]
Madrid Cundinamarca SKMA Major Justino Mariño Cuesto Air Base 04°43′40″N 74°16′31″W / 4.72778°N 74.27528°W / 4.72778; -74.27528 (Major Justino Mariño Cuesto Air Base (Madrid)) [1]
Melgar Tolima SKME Lieutenant Colonel Luis F. Pinto Parra Air Base 04°12′59″N 74°38′06″W / 4.21639°N 74.63500°W / 4.21639; -74.63500 (Lieutenant Colonel Luis F. Pinto Parra Air Base (Melgar)) [1]
Nilo Cundinamarca SKTI Tolemaida Air Base 04°14′41″N 74°39′00″W / 4.24472°N 74.65000°W / 4.24472; -74.65000 (Tolemaida Air Base (Nilo)) [1][95]
Palanquero / Puerto Salgar Cundinamarca SKPQ PAL Captain Germán Olano Moreno Air Base 05°29′00″N 74°39′27″W / 5.48333°N 74.65750°W / 5.48333; -74.65750 (Captain Germán Olano Moreno Air Base (Palanquero / Puerto Salgar)) [1][2][96]
Puerto Boyacá Boyacá SKVL PYA Velasquez Airport 05°56′19″N 74°27′25″W / 5.93861°N 74.45694°W / 5.93861; -74.45694 (Velasquez Airport (Puerto Boyacá)) [1][2][64]
Santa Rita / Marandúa Vichada SKUA Colonel Luis Arturo Rodríguez Meneses Air Base 05°31′35″N 68°40′55″W / 5.52639°N 68.68194°W / 5.52639; -68.68194 (Colonel Luis Arturo Rodríguez Meneses Air Base (Marandúa)) [1][61][97]
Tres Esquinas Caquetá SKTQ TQS Captain Ernesto Esguerra Cubides Air Base 00°44′45″N 75°14′03″W / 0.74583°N 75.23417°W / 0.74583; -75.23417 (Captain Ernesto Esguerra Cubides Air Base (Tres Esquinas)) [1][2][52]
Villavicencio / Apiay Meta SKAP API Captain Luis F. Gómez Niño Air Base 04°04′34″N 73°33′46″W / 4.07611°N 73.56278°W / 4.07611; -73.56278 (Luis Fernando Gómez Niño Air Base (Apiay / Villavicencio)) [1][2][55]
Airports with unverified coordinates
Morichal Guainía MHF Morichal Airport 1°45′00″N 69°55′00″W / 1.75000°N 69.91667°W / 1.75000; -69.91667 (Juradó Airport) [98]
Puerto Lleras Meta SKLL Puerto Lleras Airport 03°17′23″N 73°22′45″W / 3.28972°N 73.37917°W / 3.28972; -73.37917 (Puerto Lleras Airport) [1][55]
San Vicente del Caguán / Yaguara Caquetá SKYA AYG Yaguara II Airport 01°32′39″N 73°56′00″W / 1.54417°N 73.93333°W / 1.54417; -73.93333 (Yaguara II Airport) [1][2][52]

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  71. ^ Google Maps - La Primavera Airport
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  73. ^ "AIP Colombia: SKLM – MAICAO Jorge Isaac" (PDF) (in Spanish). Unidad Administrativa Especial de Aeronáutica Civil. 26 June 2014. Archived from the original (pdf) on 23 December 2015. Retrieved 10 December 2015.
  74. ^ Google Maps - Maicao Airport
  75. ^ "AIP Colombia: SKMP – MOMPOS San Bernando" (PDF) (in Spanish). Unidad Administrativa Especial de Aeronáutica Civil. 25 July 2013. Archived from the original (pdf) on 23 December 2015. Retrieved 10 December 2015.
  76. ^ Google Maps - Cicuco Airport
  77. ^ "AIP Colombia: SKNQ – NUQUI Reyes Murillo" (PDF) (in Spanish). Unidad Administrativa Especial de Aeronáutica Civil. 8 March 2012. Archived from the original (pdf) on 22 December 2015. Retrieved 10 December 2015.
  78. ^ "AIP Colombia: SKOC – OCAÑA Aguas Claras" (PDF) (in Spanish). Unidad Administrativa Especial de Aeronáutica Civil. 5 March 2015. Archived from the original (pdf) on 23 December 2015. Retrieved 10 December 2015.
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  80. ^ Google Maps - Sardinas Airport
  81. ^ "AIP Colombia: SKPI – PITALITO Contador" (PDF) (in Spanish). Unidad Administrativa Especial de Aeronáutica Civil. 25 July 2013. Archived from the original (pdf) on 23 December 2015. Retrieved 10 December 2015.
  82. ^ "AIP Colombia: SKPB – PUERTO BOLIVAR Portete" (PDF) (in Spanish). Unidad Administrativa Especial de Aeronáutica Civil. 8 March 2012. Archived from the original (pdf) on 22 December 2015. Retrieved 10 December 2015.
  83. ^ "AIP Colombia: SKPD – PUERTO INIRIDA Cesar Gaviria Trujillo" (PDF) (in Spanish). Unidad Administrativa Especial de Aeronáutica Civil. 11 December 2014. Archived from the original (pdf) on 22 December 2015. Retrieved 10 December 2015.
  84. ^ Google Maps - Nare Airport
  85. ^ Google Maps - Furatena Airport
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  87. ^ - Santa Fe de Antioquia Airport
  88. ^ Google Maps - Santa Rosalía Airport
  89. ^ "AIP Colombia: SKXX – TABLON DE TAMARA" (PDF) (in Spanish). Unidad Administrativa Especial de Aeronáutica Civil. 5 March 2015. Archived from the original (pdf) on 22 December 2015. Retrieved 10 December 2015.
  90. ^ "Search result of aerodromos in Cauca Department - names, coordinates and locations" (in Spanish). Unidad Administrativa Especial de Aeronáutica Civil. Retrieved 16 December 2015.[permanent dead link]
  91. ^ Google Maps - Corocora Airport
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  93. ^ "AIP Colombia: SKJC – BUENAVENTURA Juanchaco" (PDF) (in Spanish). Unidad Administrativa Especial de Aeronáutica Civil. 22 September 2011. Archived from the original (pdf) on 22 December 2015. Retrieved 10 December 2015.
  94. ^ Google Maps - Fuerte Militar Larandia
  95. ^ Google Maps - Tolemaida Air Base
  96. ^ "Search result of aerodromos in Cundinamarca Department - names, coordinates and locations" (in Spanish). Unidad Administrativa Especial de Aeronáutica Civil. Retrieved 16 December 2015.[permanent dead link]
  97. ^ Google Maps - Colonel Luis Arturo Rodríguez Meneses Air Base
  98. ^ Airport

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