Flights to Colombia

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Colombia routes & schedules at a glance

Flights to Colombia are easy to book with Air Transat. Before planning a trip, be sure to check the schedule below, as some routes may be seasonal.

Discover Colombia

   
  • Modernity and colonialism

    Bogotá, Colombia’s capital, is modern and dynamic. In Cartagena—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—tourists can stroll along the city’s ramparts. And in Popayan, all of the businesses and public buildings are painted white.

  • Temperate climate

    In the tropical climate of this country, coffee, flowers and tropical fruits are cultivated. So close to the Equator, Colombia has an ideal temperature and constant sunlight—perfect for chasing the Northern Hemisphere blues away.

  • The Andes, the Amazon and beaches

    Sunlight and beach junkies head to Colombia to visit the Islas del Rosario or else the island of  San Andres Will open in a separate browser window , known for its white-sand beaches. Snorkelling or scuba diving is popular there. In the south of the country, the Amazon, the longest river in the world, and the area’s flora and fauna—like pink dolphins—can be found. Athletic types can also climb the majestic Andes to take in the green landscapes. There’s something for everyone in Colombia!

  • Music, dance and festivals

    The sound of guitars, mandolins, flutes, drums and marimbas animates all of the country’s cities. At the Blacks and Whites’ Carnival as well as Barranquilla’s, the cumbia, thevallenato and even the salsa are danced. There’s also the folk festival in Ibague, theFestival of the Flowers in Medellín and the Cali Fair at the end of the year. The timing of any vacation to Colombia matters little—they’re always celebrating!

Good to know before you go to Colombia

Important Travel Information

  • Airports in Colombia serviced by Air Transat

    Currency

    The Colombian peso (COP) is Colombia’s official currency, but American dollars are also accepted. Credit cards can be used to book excursions.

    Official Language

    Spanish is Colombia’s official language, but many people also speak Creole and Amerindian languages.

  • Things to remember

    Remember to pack sunblock and insect repellent.

    Entry/exit requirements

    To get information regarding passports and all necessary visas, please visit the country travel advice and advisories of the Government of Canada.

    Vaccination

    To obtain information concerning vaccines, please visit the Public Health Agency of Canada