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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Cartagena?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $61 and $30 for one-way flights to Cartagena for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
BOG Cartagena Oct 13 - Oct 28 $61
MDE Cartagena Sep 11 - Sep 13 $64
FLL Cartagena Sep 4 - Sep 7 $148
EWR Cartagena Sep 5 - Sep 12 $152
MIA Cartagena Sep 12 - Sep 20 $186
JFK Cartagena Sep 20 - Sep 25 $248
MEX Cartagena Oct 13 - Oct 16 $283
PTY Cartagena Nov 16 - Nov 22 $297
LAX Cartagena Oct 16 - Oct 23 $308
*Prices include taxes and fees

Flight Review

Dec 23, 2019

No movies in flight.

Nov 25, 2019

Unable to check in prior to arrival at airport

Nov 23, 2019

As an older traveler, I would have preferred a modern jetport to the stairs getting off the flight in Cartagena, but that isn’t the fault of the airline.

Aug 29, 2019

Similar to budget airlines at home. No complaints.

Jan 23, 2019

The food quality is NOT OK, sandwhiches have hard as rocks bread and should be warm at least

Dec 31, 2018

Very pleasant flight.

Sep 14, 2018

Overall friendly personnel

Sep 3, 2018

Very satisfied with Avianca. Excellent airline.

Aug 27, 2018

A very pleasant experience from start to finish.

May 13, 2018

Left on time and arrived as scheduled. Our friends took another airline and are two hours late.

May 5, 2018

Overall very nice flight.

Apr 26, 2018

Bad wi fi

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Cartagena Flight Information

Traveling toCartagena
Lowest Price$61
Number of Airlines Serving
Airlines ServingViva Air Colombia, JetBlue Airways, Spirit Airlines, American Airlines
Number of Daily Flights
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FAQs about Cartagena Flights

Which airlines fly to Cartagena?

Fasten your seat belt and take to the skies on one of the 16 airlines that fly into Cartagena. Some of the most sought-after carriers are:

  • Avianca
  • Japan Transocean Air
  • SriLankan Airlines
What airport is best to fly into Cartagena?

There's no risk of getting dropped off at the wrong airport in Cartagena, as there's only one servicing the city. Cartagena Airport (CTG-Rafael Nunez Intl.) is around 2 miles (4 kilometers) from the hustle and bustle downtown.

Where to stay in Cartagena

If you want someplace luxurious to lay your head, slide between the soft sheets at the Casa Pombo. Sticking to a budget? Don't worry, you won't be left in the cold. The Hostal Don Miguel Cartagena de Indias will keep you and your bank account happy.

Keen to stay nearby San Felipe de Barajas Castle, Cartagena? You won't have to wait any longer! The NH Cartagena Urban Royal and The Epica House are comfortable places and are just a walk away.

Places to visit in Cartagena

Iconic attractions can look fantastic online, but there's nothing quite like observing them with your own eyes. While you're in Cartagena, be sure to visit San Felipe de Barajas Castle and the Puerta del Reloj — they really will knock your socks off!

If you feel like a sightseeing adventure, look no further than San Pedro Claver Church and Convent. This notable attraction is well worth seeing.

Clock Tower is undoubtedly one of the region's most cherished, and visited, landmarks. Like some more ideas? Take time to visit San Francisco Church and get better acquainted with the tranquil and spiritual side of this place. And there's more. Remember to bring your sunglasses when you're going to Marbella Beach. It's sure to be a blissful day in the sun.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Cartagena

These clever hints and tips about airport security procedures will save you plenty of time on your way to Cartagena:

  • Ensure your travel ID and boarding pass are not hard to access. You will be asked to produce them straightaway.
  • Take off your belt, jewellery and shoes before arriving at the security checkpoint. Items like these are not permitted in the body scanner.
  • Electronic devices such as laptops, phones and cameras need to be sent through the X-ray machine separately. Be sure you can get to them quickly.
  • When it comes to flying with gels or liquids, all passengers are permitted a quart-sized clear zip-lock bag to keep containers no bigger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters).
  • Steel-cap footwear and other heavy shoes are likely to be X-rayed by security personnel. We suggest wearing simple sneakers instead.
  • Some places have strict biosecurity laws. Consider where you're headed to and whether or not you can fly with fresh fruit and meat.

Flights To Cartagena

To indulge in Latin flair with a taste of the Caribbean, come to Cartegena. The fifth largest city in Colombia, this tourist destination features traces of ancient civilizations mixed with modern seaside urbanization. Flights to Cartagena land at Rafael Núñez International Airport (CTG), situated in the Northern Area (Zona Norte) of the city in the Crespo neighborhood. Long a subject in literature and movie settings, the old city was determined to be significant to the heritage of the world by the United Nations. There is plenty to see and do in this captivating city.

Transportation from CTG

Look for cheap flights to Cartagena so you can spend your cash on the amenities of the city. Hotels in Cartagena are located about ten minutes from the airport in Zona Norte or on the southwest peninsula of Bocagrande. If renting a car is your thing, plan ahead—there is no service on Sundays. Catch a taxi from the airport in both the international and national sides, or take public transit to the city center. While in town, be sure to visit the Gold Museum and the steps of La Popa Mount, a beautiful convent on top of a mountain. Hugging the sea, Spaniards built massive military fortresses along the sea and strategic tunnels for hearing the enemy. If you go downtown, you can walk to Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas to view several examples. Head to the San Diego neighborhood to see the old walled city, and visit La Bovedas and the Santa Catalina Fortress. When you are ready for food and shopping, travel by land or sea to the tourist zone on Baru Island for fresh seafood and exotic goods.

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*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.