Region: Latin America : Upper South America


Colombia’s aviation sector operates under the open skies Andean Pact with other South American and Caribbean countries. Bogotá’s El Dorado International Airport is the main airport and home to flag carrier Avianca as well as AIRES and Aero República. The country's second aiport is José María Córdova International Airport, however, its second busiest is Rafael Núñez International followed by Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International (also known as Palmaseca International Airport).

Aerocivil regulates and controls the aviation industry in Columbia.

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