List of airports in Colombia

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

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Airports

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

City served / location Department ICAO IATA Airport nameAirport type Coordinates Refs
Controlled airports [1]
Apartadó / Carepa Antioquia SKLCAPO Antonio Roldán Betancourt Airport Domestic 07°48′42″N76°42′59″W / 7.81167°N 76.71639°W / 7.81167; -76.71639 (Antonio Roldán Betancourt Airport (Apartadó)) [2] [3]
Arauca Arauca SKUCAUC Santiago Pérez Quiroz Airport Domestic 07°04′09″N70°44′13″W / 7.06917°N 70.73694°W / 7.06917; -70.73694 (Santiago Pérez Airport (Arauca)) [2] [4]
Armenia / La Tebaida Quindío SKARAXM El Edén International Airport International 04°27′06″N75°45′58″W / 4.45167°N 75.76611°W / 4.45167; -75.76611 (El Edén International Airport (Armenia)) [2] [5]
Bahía Solano Chocó SKBSBSC José Celestino Mutis Airport Domestic 06°12′11″N77°23′42″W / 6.20306°N 77.39500°W / 6.20306; -77.39500 (José Celestino Mutis Airport (Bahía Solano)) [2] [6]
Barrancabermeja Santander SKEJEJA Yariguíes Airport Domestic 07°01′28″N73°48′25″W / 7.02444°N 73.80694°W / 7.02444; -73.80694 (Yariguíes Airport (Barrancabermeja)) [2] [7]
Barranquilla / Soledad Atlántico SKBQBAQ Ernesto Cortissoz International Airport International 10°53′19″N74°46′54″W / 10.88861°N 74.78167°W / 10.88861; -74.78167 (Ernesto Cortissoz International Airport (Barranquilla)) [2] [8]
Bogotá Distrito Capital SKBOBOG El Dorado International Airport International 04°42′06″N74°08′49″W / 4.70167°N 74.14694°W / 4.70167; -74.14694 (El Dorado International Airport) [2] [9]
Bogotá / Chía Distrito Capital 1 SKGYGYM Flaminio Suárez Camacho Airport Domestic 04°48′45″N74°03′54″W / 4.81250°N 74.06500°W / 4.81250; -74.06500 (Guaymaral Airport (Bogotá)) [10]
Bucaramanga / Lebrija Santander SKBGBGA Palonegro International Airport International 07°07′36″N73°11′05″W / 7.12667°N 73.18472°W / 7.12667; -73.18472 (Palonegro International Airport (Bucaramanga)) [2] [11]
Buenaventura Valle del Cauca SKBUBUN Gerardo Tobar López Airport Domestic 03°49′10″N76°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 SKCLCLO Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International Airport International 03°32′35″N76°22′54″W / 3.54306°N 76.38167°W / 3.54306; -76.38167 (Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International Airport (Cali)) [2] [13]
Cartagena Bolívar SKCGCTG Rafael Núñez International Airport International 10°26′31″N75°30′46″W / 10.44194°N 75.51278°W / 10.44194; -75.51278 (Rafael Núñez International Airport (Cartagena)) [2] [14]
Cartago Valle del Cauca SKGOCRC Santa Ana Airport Domestic 04°45′30″N75°57′22″W / 4.75833°N 75.95611°W / 4.75833; -75.95611 (Santa Ana Airport (Cartago)) [2] [15]
Corozal Sucre SKCZCZU Las Brujas Airport Domestic 09°19′57″N75°17′07″W / 9.33250°N 75.28528°W / 9.33250; -75.28528 (Las Brujas Airport (Corozal)) [2] [16]
Cúcuta Norte de Santander SKCCCUC Camilo Daza International Airport International 07°55′39″N72°30′42″W / 7.92750°N 72.51167°W / 7.92750; -72.51167 (Camilo Daza International Airport (Cúcuta)) [2] [17]
Yopal (El Yopal) Casanare SKYPEYP El Alcaraván Airport (El Yopal Airport)Domestic 05°19′09″N72°23′03″W / 5.31917°N 72.38417°W / 5.31917; -72.38417 (El Alcaraván Airport (El Yopal)) [2] [18]
Florencia Caquetá SKFLFLA Gustavo Artunduaga Paredes Airport Domestic 01°35′21″N75°33′51″W / 1.58917°N 75.56417°W / 1.58917; -75.56417 (Gustavo Artunduaga Paredes Airport (Florencia)) [2] [19]
Girardot / Flandes Tolima 2 SKGIGIR Santiago Vila Airport Domestic 04°16′31″N74°47′46″W / 4.27528°N 74.79611°W / 4.27528; -74.79611 (Santiago Vila Airport (Girardot)) [2] [20]
Guapi Cauca SKGPGPI Juan Casiano Airport Domestic 02°34′12″N77°53′53″W / 2.57000°N 77.89806°W / 2.57000; -77.89806 (Juan Casiano Airport (Guapi)) [2] [21]
Ibagué Tolima SKIBIBE Perales Airport Domestic 04°25′18″N75°08′01″W / 4.42167°N 75.13361°W / 4.42167; -75.13361 (Perales Airport (Ibagué)) [2] [22]
Leticia Amazonas SKLTLET Alfredo Vásquez Cobo International Airport International 04°11′31″S69°56′32″W / 4.19194°S 69.94222°W / -4.19194; -69.94222 (Alfredo Vásquez Cobo International Airport (Leticia)) [2] [23]
Manizales Caldas SKMZMZL La Nubia Airport Domestic 05°01′48″N75°27′56″W / 5.03000°N 75.46556°W / 5.03000; -75.46556 (La Nubia Airport (Manizales)) [2] [24]
Mariquita Tolima SKQUMQU Mariquita Airport Domestic 05°12′45″N74°53′01″W / 5.21250°N 74.88361°W / 5.21250; -74.88361 (Mariquita Airport) [2] [25]
Medellín Antioquia SKMDEOH Enrique Olaya Herrera Airport Domestic 06°13′14″N75°35′26″W / 6.22056°N 75.59056°W / 6.22056; -75.59056 (Enrique Olaya Herrera Airport (Medellín)) [2] [26]
Medellín / Rionegro Antioquia SKRGMDE José María Córdova International Airport International 06°09′52″N75°25′23″W / 6.16444°N 75.42306°W / 6.16444; -75.42306 (José María Córdova International Airport (Medellín)) [2] [27]
Mitú Vaupés SKMUMVP Fabio Alberto León Bentley Airport Domestic 01°15′13″N70°14′03″W / 1.25361°N 70.23417°W / 1.25361; -70.23417 (Fabio Alberto León Bentley Airport (Mitú)) [2] [28]
Montería Córdoba SKMRMTR Los Garzones Airport Domestic 08°49′22″N75°49′31″W / 8.82278°N 75.82528°W / 8.82278; -75.82528 (Los Garzones Airport (Montería)) [2] [29]
Neiva Huila SKNVNVA Benito Salas Airport Domestic 02°57′01″N75°17′38″W / 2.95028°N 75.29389°W / 2.95028; -75.29389 (Benito Salas Airport (Neiva)) [2] [30]
Pasto / Chachagüí Nariño SKPSPSO Antonio Nariño Airport Domestic 01°23′47″N77°17′28″W / 1.39639°N 77.29111°W / 1.39639; -77.29111 (Antonio Nariño Airport (Pasto)) [2] [31]
Pereira Risaralda SKPEPEI Matecaña International Airport International 04°48′46″N75°44′22″W / 4.81278°N 75.73944°W / 4.81278; -75.73944 (Matecaña International Airport (Pereira)) [2] [32]
Popayán Cauca SKPPPPN Guillermo León Valencia Airport Domestic 02°27′16″N76°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 SKPVPVA El Embrujo Airport Domestic 13°21′26″N81°21′29″W / 13.35722°N 81.35806°W / 13.35722; -81.35806 (El Embrujo Airport (Providencia Island)) [2] [34]
Puerto Asís Putumayo SKASPUU Tres de Mayo Airport Domestic 00°30′21″N76°30′03″W / 0.50583°N 76.50083°W / 0.50583; -76.50083 (Tres de Mayo Airport (Puerto Asís)) [2] [35]
Puerto Carreño Vichada SKPCPCR Germán Olano Airport Domestic 06°11′06″N67°29′33″W / 6.18500°N 67.49250°W / 6.18500; -67.49250 (Germán Olano Airport (Puerto Carreño)) [2] [36]
Quibdó Chocó SKUIUIB El Caraño Airport Domestic 05°41′27″N76°38′28″W / 5.69083°N 76.64111°W / 5.69083; -76.64111 (El Caraño Airport (Quibdó)) [2] [37]
Riohacha La Guajira SKRHRCH Almirante Padilla Airport Domestic 11°31′34″N72°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 SKSPADZ Gustavo Rojas Pinilla Int'l Airport International 12°35′01″N81°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 SKSJSJE Jorge Enrique González Torres Airport Domestic 02°34′47″N72°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 SKSVSVI Eduardo Falla Solano Airport Domestic 02°09′07″N74°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 SKSMSMR Simón Bolívar International Airport International 11°07′11″N74°13′50″W / 11.11972°N 74.23056°W / 11.11972; -74.23056 (Simón Bolívar International Airport (Santa Marta)) [2] [42]
Saravena Arauca SKSARVE Los Colonizadores Airport Domestic 06°57′01″N71°51′22″W / 6.95028°N 71.85611°W / 6.95028; -71.85611 (Los Colonizadores Airport (Saravena)) [2] [43]
Tame Arauca SKTMTME Gabriel Vargas Santos Airport Domestic 06°27′04″N71°45′36″W / 6.45111°N 71.76000°W / 6.45111; -71.76000 (Gabriel Vargas Santos Airport (Tame)) [2] [44]
Tolú Sucre SKTLTLU Golfo de Morrosquillo Airport Domestic 09°30′34″N75°35′09″W / 9.50944°N 75.58583°W / 9.50944; -75.58583 (Golfo de Morrosquillo Airport (Tolú)) [2] [45]
Tumaco Nariño SKCOTCO La Florida Airport Domestic 01°48′52″N78°44′57″W / 1.81444°N 78.74917°W / 1.81444; -78.74917 (La Florida Airport (Tumaco)) [2] [46]
Valledupar Cesar SKVPVUP Alfonso López Pumarejo Airport Domestic 10°26′06″N73°14′58″W / 10.43500°N 73.24944°W / 10.43500; -73.24944 (Alfonso López Pumarejo Airport (Valledupar)) [2] [47]
Villavicencio Meta SKVVVVC Vanguardia Airport Domestic 04°10′06″N73°36′53″W / 4.16833°N 73.61472°W / 4.16833; -73.61472 (Vanguardia Airport (Villavicencio)) [2] [48]
Uncontrolled airports [1]
Acandí Chocó SKADACD Alcides Fernández Airport 08°29′53″N77°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″N73°34′51″W / 8.24611°N 73.58083°W / 8.24611; -73.58083 (Hacaritama Airport (Aguachica)) [1] [50]
Amalfi Antioquia SKAMAFI Amalfi Airport 06°53′44″N75°02′51″W / 6.89556°N 75.04750°W / 6.89556; -75.04750 (Amalfi Airport) [1] [2] [51]
Araracuara Caquetá SKACACR Araracuara Airport 00°36′03″S72°23′53″W / 0.60083°S 72.39806°W / -0.60083; -72.39806 (Araracuara Airport) [1] [2] [52]
Arauquita Arauca SKATARQ El Troncal Airport 07°01′16″N71°23′20″W / 7.02111°N 71.38889°W / 7.02111; -71.38889 (El Troncal Airport (Arauquita)) [1] [2] [53]
Barranco Minas Guainía SKBMBMG Barranco Minas Airport 03°39′26″N69°48′35″W / 3.65722°N 69.80972°W / 3.65722; -69.80972 (Barranco Minas Airport) [1] [2] [54]
Capurganá Chocó SKCACPB Capurganá Airport 08°37′50″N77°21′01″W / 8.63056°N 77.35028°W / 8.63056; -77.35028 (Capurganá Airport) [1] [2] [49]
Carimagua Meta SKCICCO Carimagua Airport 04°33′54″N71°20′12″W / 4.56500°N 71.33667°W / 4.56500; -71.33667 (Carimagua Airport) [1] [2] [55]
Caruru Vaupés SKCRCUO Carurú Airport 01°00′48″N71°17′46″W / 1.01333°N 71.29611°W / 1.01333; -71.29611 (Caruru Airport) [1] [2] [56]
Caucasia Antioquia SKCUCAQ Juan H. White Airport 07°58′03″N75°11′53″W / 7.96750°N 75.19806°W / 7.96750; -75.19806 (Juan H. White Airport (Caucasia)) [1] [2] [51]
Chaparral Tolima SKHACPL General Navas Pardo Airport 03°43′26″N75°27′55″W / 3.72389°N 75.46528°W / 3.72389; -75.46528 (General Navas Pardo Airport (Chaparral)) [2] [57]
Chigorodó Antioquia SKIGIGO Jaime Ortíz Betancur Airport 7°40′45″N76°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″N74°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″N75°41′01″W / 8.88444°N 75.68361°W / 8.88444; -75.68361 (Berastegui Airport) [1] [59]
Cimitarra Santander SKCMCIM Cimitarra Airport 06°22′03″N73°58′14″W / 6.36750°N 73.97056°W / 6.36750; -73.97056 (Cimitarra Airport) [1] [2] [60]
Condoto Chocó SKCDCOG Mandinga Airport 05°04′19″N76°40′36″W / 5.07194°N 76.67667°W / 5.07194; -76.67667 (Mandinga Airport (Condoto)) [1] [2] [49]
Cravo Norte Arauca SKCNRAV Cravo Norte Airport 06°19′00″N70°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″N69°46′53″W / 4.44639°N 69.78139°W / 4.44639; -69.78139 (Cravo Norte Airport) [1] [61]
Cupica Chocó SKCPBHF Cupica Airport 06°41′55″N77°29′00″W / 6.69861°N 77.48333°W / 6.69861; -77.48333 (Cupica Airport) [1] [2] [49]
El Bagre Antioquia SKEBEBG El Bagre Airport (El Tomin Airport) 07°35′42″N74°48′32″W / 7.59500°N 74.80889°W / 7.59500; -74.80889 (El Bagre Airport) [1] [2] [51]
El Banco Magdalena SKBCELB Las Flores Airport 09°02′41″N73°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″N75°07′28″W / 9.68167°N 75.12444°W / 9.68167; -75.12444 (El Carmen de Bolívar Airport) [1] [63] [64]
El Charco Nariño SKEHECR El Charco Airport 02°26′27″N78°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″N75°41′39″W / 2.14639°N 75.69417°W / 2.14639; -75.69417 (El Viso Airport (Campoalegre)) [1] [66]
Gaviotas (La Gaviota) Vichada SKGALGT Las Gaviotas Airport (La Gaviota Airport) 04°33′02″N70°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″N74°43′42″W / 5.92222°N 74.72833°W / 5.92222; -74.72833 (Hacienda Napoles Airstrip) [1] [2] [61]
Hato Corozal Casanare SKHCHTZ Hato Corozal Airport 06°09′13″N71°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″N75°07′51″W / 4.38972°N 75.13083°W / 4.38972; -75.13083 (Cruz Verde Airport (Ibagué)) [1] [68]
Ipiales / Aldana Nariño SKIPIPI San Luis Airport 00°51′43″N77°40′19″W / 0.86194°N 77.67194°W / 0.86194; -77.67194 (San Luis Airport (Ipiales)) [2] [69]
Juradó Chocó SKJUJUO Juradó Airport 07°04′25″N77°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″N73°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″S72°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″N73°29′41″W / 9.65333°N 73.49472°W / 9.65333; -73.49472 (Calenturitas Airport) [1] [50]
La Macarena Meta SKNALMC La Macarena Airport 02°10′33″N73°47′12″W / 2.17583°N 73.78667°W / 2.17583; -73.78667 (La Macarena Airport) [1] [2] [55]
La Pedrera Amazonas SKLPLPD La Pedrera Airport 01°19′29″S69°34′53″W / 1.32472°S 69.58139°W / -1.32472; -69.58139 (La Pedrera Airport) [1] [2] [70]
La Primavera Vichada SKIMLPE La Primavera Airport 05°28′39″N70°25′17″W / 5.47750°N 70.42139°W / 5.47750; -70.42139 (La Primavera Airport) [1] [2] [71] [61]
Magangué Bolívar SKMGMGN Baracoa Regional Airport 09°17′06″N74°50′47″W / 9.28500°N 74.84639°W / 9.28500; -74.84639 (Baracoa Airport (Magangué)) [2] [72]
Maicao La Guajira SKLMMCJ Jorge Isaacs Airport (La Mina Airport) 11°13′57″N72°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″N72°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″N72°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″N72°08′28″W / 2.89722°N 72.14111°W / 2.89722; -72.14111 (Mapiripán Airport) [1] [55]
Miraflores Guaviare SKMFMFS Miraflores Airport 01°20′15″N71°57′02″W / 1.33750°N 71.95056°W / 1.33750; -71.95056 (Miraflores Airport) [1] [2]
Mompós (Mompóx) Bolívar SKMPMMP San Bernardo Airport 09°15′30″N74°26′18″W / 9.25833°N 74.43833°W / 9.25833; -74.43833 (San Bernardo Airport (Mompós)) [2] [75]
Montelíbano Córdoba SKMLMTB Montelíbano Airport 07°58′18″N75°25′57″W / 7.97167°N 75.43250°W / 7.97167; -75.43250 (Montelíbano Airport) [1] [2]
Necoclí Antioquia SKNCNCI Necoclí Airport (Antioquia Airport) 08°27′12″N76°46′43″W / 8.45333°N 76.77861°W / 8.45333; -76.77861 (Antioquia Airport (Necoclí)) [1] [2] [51] [76]
Nuquí Chocó SKNQNQU Reyes Murillo Airport 05°42′37″N77°15′43″W / 5.71028°N 77.26194°W / 5.71028; -77.26194 (Reyes Murillo Airport (Nuquí)) [2] [77]
Ocaña Norte de Santander SKOCOCV Aguas Claras Airport 08°18′56″N73°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″N76°52′36″W / 0.66639°N 76.87667°W / 0.66639; -76.87667 (Orito Airport) [1] [79]
Orocue Casanare SKOEORC Orocue Airport 04°47′25″N71°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″N71°30′20″W / 4.98583°N 71.50556°W / 4.98583; -71.50556 (Sardinas Airport) [1] [67] [80]
Paipa Boyacá SKPARON Juan José Rondón Airport 05°45′52″N73°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″N71°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 SKPZPZA Paz de Ariporo Airport 05°52′34″N71°53′18″W / 5.87611°N 71.88833°W / 5.87611; -71.88833 (Paz de Ariporo Airport) [1] [2] [67]
Pitalito Huila SKPIPTX Contador Airport 01°51′26″N76°05′08″W / 1.85722°N 76.08556°W / 1.85722; -76.08556 (Contador Airport (Pitalito)) [2] [81]
Plato Magdalena SKPLPLT Plato Airport (Las Flores Airport) 09°48′04″N74°47′11″W / 9.80111°N 74.78639°W / 9.80111; -74.78639 (Plato Airport) [1] [2] [62]
Puerto Berrío Antioquia SKPRPBE Morela Airport 06°27′36″N74°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″N71°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″N71°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″N72°05′08″W / 4.30306°N 72.08556°W / 4.30306; -72.08556 (Puerto Gaitán) [1] [55]
Puerto Inírida Guainía SKPDPDA Obando Airport (César Gaviria Trujillo Airport) 03°51′06″N67°54′18″W / 3.85167°N 67.90500°W / 3.85167; -67.90500 (Obando Airport (Puerto Inírida)) [1] [2] [83]
Puerto Leguízamo Putumayo SKLGLQM Caucayá Airport 00°10′56″S74°46′15″W / 0.18222°S 74.77083°W / -0.18222; -74.77083 (Caucayá Airport (Puerto Leguizamo)) [1] [2] [79]
Puerto Nare Antioquia SKPNNAR Puerto Nare Airport 06°12′36″N74°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″N74°10′56″W / 5.52222°N 74.18222°W / 5.52222; -74.18222 (Furatena Airport (Quípama)) [1] [64] [85]
Remedios Antioquia SKOTOTU Otú Airport 07°00′38″N74°42′56″W / 7.01056°N 74.71556°W / 7.01056; -74.71556 (Otú Airport (Remedios)) [1] [2] [51]
Sabana de Torres Santander SKRUSNT Las Cruces Airport 07°23′00″N73°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″N73°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″N71°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″N71°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″N75°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″N75°49′22″W / 6.50139°N 75.82278°W / 6.50139; -75.82278 (Santa Fe de Antioquia Airport) [1] [87]
Santa Rosalía Vichada SKSLSSL Santa Rosalía Airport 05°07′51″N70°52′06″W / 5.13083°N 70.86833°W / 5.13083; -70.86833 (Santa Rosalía Airport) [1] [2] [61] [88]
Sogamoso Boyacá SKSOSOX Alberto Lleras Camargo Airport 05°40′35″N72°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″N72°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″N70°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″N69°38′17″W / 0.56778°N 69.63806°W / 0.56778; -69.63806 (Taraira Airport) [1] [56]
Tarapacá Amazonas SKRATCD Tarapacá Airport 02°53′45″S69°44′59″W / 2.89583°S 69.74972°W / -2.89583; -69.74972 (Tarapacá Airport) [1] [2] [70]
Tibú Norte de Santander SKTBTIB Tibú Airport 08°37′51″N72°43′51″W / 8.63083°N 72.73083°W / 8.63083; -72.73083 (Tibú Airport) [1] [2] [60]
Timbiquí Cauca SKMBTBD Timbiqui Airport 02°46′39″N77°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″N70°10′10″W / 0.23333°N 70.16944°W / 0.23333; -70.16944 (Tiquie Airport) [1] [56]
Trinidad Casanare SKTDTDA Trinidad Airport 05°25′50″N71°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″N70°58′41″W / 5.37472°N 70.97806°W / 5.37472; -70.97806 (Corocora Airport) [1] [91] [67]
Tuluá Valle del Cauca SKULULQ Heriberto Gíl Martínez Airport (Farfán Airport) 04°05′40″N76°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″N73°20′39″W / 5.54222°N 73.34417°W / 5.54222; -73.34417 (Tunja Airport) [1] [64]
Turbo Antioquia SKTUTRB Gonzalo Mejía Airport 08°04′28″N76°44′28″W / 8.07444°N 76.74111°W / 8.07444; -76.74111 (Gonzalo Mejía Airport (Turbo)) [1] [2] [51]
Uribe Meta SKUBURI Uribe Airport 03°14′13″N74°20′47″W / 3.23694°N 74.34639°W / 3.23694; -74.34639 (Uribe Airport) [1] [2] [55]
Urrao Antioquia SKURURR Urrao Airport 06°19′35″N76°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″N76°53′16″W / 6.56806°N 76.88778°W / 6.56806; -76.88778 (Vigía del Fuerte Airport) [1] [51]
Villagarzón Putumayo SKVGVGZ Villa Garzón Airport (Cananguchal Airport) 00°58′43″N76°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″N72°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″N77°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″N76°29′47″W / 3.45889°N 76.49639°W / 3.45889; -76.49639 (Marco Fidel Suárez Air Base (Cali)) [1] [92]
Coveñas Sucre SKCVCVE Coveñas Airport 09°24′04″N75°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″N72°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″N75°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″N74°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″N74°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″N74°39′00″W / 4.24472°N 74.65000°W / 4.24472; -74.65000 (Tolemaida Air Base (Nilo)) [1] [95]
Palanquero / Puerto Salgar Cundinamarca SKPQPAL Captain Germán Olano Moreno Air Base 05°29′00″N74°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 SKVLPYA Velasquez Airport 05°56′19″N74°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″N68°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 SKTQTQS Captain Ernesto Esguerra Cubides Air Base 00°44′45″N75°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 SKAPAPI Captain Luis F. Gómez Niño Air Base 04°04′34″N73°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″N69°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″N73°22′45″W / 3.28972°N 73.37917°W / 3.28972; -73.37917 (Puerto Lleras Airport) [1] [55]
San Vicente del Caguán / Yaguara Caquetá SKYAAYG Yaguara II Airport 01°32′39″N73°56′00″W / 1.54417°N 73.93333°W / 1.54417; -73.93333 (Yaguara II Airport) [1] [2] [52]

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  88. Google Maps - Santa Rosalía Airport
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  95. Google Maps - Tolemaida Air Base
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  97. Google Maps - Colonel Luis Arturo Rodríguez Meneses Air Base
  98. Airport

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