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Tibú Airport( IATA : TIB, ICAO : SKTB) is an airport serving Tibú, a town and municipality in the Norte de Santander Department of Colombia. The runway is on the southern edge of the town. Both town and airport are on the east bank of the Caño Campo Cinco River, 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) west of the border with Venezuela.
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Tibú is a municipality of Colombia located in the department of Norte de Santander, in the northeast of the country, on the border with Venezuela and on the banks of the Tibú River. It is the 160th most populated cities of Colombia is number, and is the 6th in the department after Cúcuta, Ocaña, Villa del Rosario, Los Patios and Pamplona. It has an airport, and is connected by national road with Cúcuta, Ocaña and El Tarra.
Transport in Colombia is regulated by the Ministry of Transport.
El Edén International Airport is an international airport serving Armenia, the capital of the Quindío Department of Colombia. The airport is 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) southwest of Armenia, near the town of La Tebaida. It handles domestic flights to Bogotá and Medellín and international flights to Panama City and Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Vigía del Fuerte is a town and municipality in the Colombian department of Antioquia. The town is on the eastern bank of the Atrato River, which is locally the boundary between the Antioquia and Chocó Departments of Colombia.
Alcides Fernández Airport is a commercial airport on the Caribbean coast serving to town of Acandí in the Choco Department of Colombia. The airport is considered by residents of the town of Acandí to be an important link between that community and the rest of Colombia as well as neighboring Panama.
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Antonio Nariño Airport is located in the town of Chachagüí and serves the city of Pasto in the Nariño Department of Colombia. The airport is 35 kilometres (22 mi) north of Pasto. It handles only domestic flights in addition to military operations and private charters. A new terminal, administrative and tower control are being built, also new navigation equipment is being set up due to the increasing number of passengers and cargo flights.
Guillermo León Valencia Airport is an airport serving Popayán, the capital city of the Cauca Department in Colombia. It took the name of former President of Colombia Guillermo León Valencia Muñoz.
Alfonso López Pumarejo Airport serves as air terminal for the city of Valledupar, Colombia and as a small Colombian Air Force and Colombian Police air base. The airport is operated by Aerocivil and three commercial airlines serve the airport: LAN Colombia, EasyFly and Avianca.
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Antonio Roldán Betancourt Airport is an airport serving Apartadó, a town in the Antioquia Department of Colombia. The airport is in the countryside 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) southwest of Apartadó.
The Las Brujas Airport is a domestic airport located in the town of Corozal, Sucre in Colombia. The airport is located 10 minutes from the capital of the department, the city of Sincelejo. In emergency situations, it serves as the alternate airport of the city of Montería. It has regional and national operations. Las Brujas operates regional and domestic flights to Barranquilla, Bogota and Medellin.
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Caucayá Airport is an airport serving the river town of Puerto Leguízamo in the Putumayo Department of Colombia. Puerto Leguízamo is on the Putumayo River, locally the border with Peru.
Jorge Enrique González Torres Airport is an airport serving San José del Guaviare, the capital of the Guaviare Department of Colombia. The runway is just north of the town and parallels the Guaviare River.
Orocue Airport is an airport serving Orocué, a town and municipality in the Casanare Department of Colombia. The runway is adjacent to the western edge of the town, north of the Meta River.
Furatena Airport is an airport serving the emerald region of the western emerald belt and town of Quípama in the Boyacá Department of Colombia. The airport is four nautical miles west of Muzo Airport.
Miraflores Airport is an airport serving the town of Miraflores, in the Guaviare Department of Colombia. The runway and town are on the east bank of the Vaupés River, a tributary of the Rio Negro River.
The Caño Tomás Fault is a thrust fault in the department of Norte de Santander in northern Colombia. The fault has a total length of 81.6 kilometres (50.7 mi) and runs along an average north-northeast to south-southwest strike of 011.4 ± 8 in the Eastern Ranges of the Colombian Andes.
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