FAQs about San Andres Flights
Which airlines fly to San Andres?
Get ready to fasten your seat belt and take to the skies aboard one of the 10 airlines that travel to San Andres. Some of the most respectable carriers include:
What airport is best to fly into San Andres?
- Japan Transocean Air
- SriLankan Airlines
You don't have to worry about winding up at the wrong airport in San Andres, as there's just one servicing the city. San Andres Airport (ADZ-Gustavo Rojas Pinilla Intl.) is around 0.2 miles (0.4 kilometers) from the sights and sounds of the downtown area. Where to stay in San Andres
With 175 superb accommodations in San Andres, your options are many and varied. But don't wait around. The sooner you book, the sooner you can start counting down the days until your adventure!
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Spend time at Baptist Church and become acquainted with the peaceful and spiritual side of the area. Want some more options? Nothing in this world compares to the serenity of sitting beside the water. Set aside some time and simply enjoy seeing the sun reflect on the water at Johnny Cay. But that's not all there is. If you're ever sick of the heat, head to Spratt Bight, where you'll find cool relief in the soothing water. How to get through airport security fast when traveling to San Andres
These handy tips and pointers about airport security will save you lots of time on your way to San Andres:
- Airport security will expect to see your travel ID and boarding pass as part of their checks. Store them in a convenient place, so they're ready for inspection.
- USB sticks, wallets and mobile phones should be put in a bin for X-raying. If you enter the body scanner with any one of these items, you'll be asked to turn back and remove them.
- Make sure your phone, laptop and other electronic devices are within easy reach. These items need to be put through the X-ray machine in separate trays.
- When you approach the security checkpoint, you'll be asked to place all creams, liquids and gels in a separate tub for inspection. Make sure they're all packed in containers no larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and sealed in a clear zip-lock bag.
- Untie your shoelaces before entering the body scanner. Depending on the sort of shoes you've got on, security may instruct you to remove them.
- Multi-tools and corkscrews are not permitted on board the aircraft. Pack them in your checked luggage to avoid leaving them at the airport security checkpoint.