Bogota El Dorado Airport is Colombia’s largest and busiest airport, accounting for about 45% of the total number of passengers at airports in Colombia. The airport consists of two runways and two terminals.
T1 is one of the most modern terminals in South America. Bogota El Dorado Airport is home to Avianca, the second oldest airline in the world (after KLM). Viva Air, Satena, Wingo and LATAM Airlines offer many flights to and from the airport as well.
The airport was recently renovated to increase capacity to a maximum of 40 million passengers per year.
There are also plans to build a second airport called El Dorado II. This future airport in Facatativá west of Bogota will be connected to the current airport by train or light rail.