Rafael Nuñez International Airport
Rafael Núñez International Airport is an airport serving the Caribbean port city of Cartagena, Colombia. It is the largest airport in the country’s northern Caribbean region in terms of passenger movement.
It is located between the Caribbean coast and the Ciénaga de la Virgen marsh, in the center of Crespo, a neighborhood in northern Cartagena. It is named after Rafael Núñez, the former Colombian president who wrote the verses to the National Anthem of Colombia.
Airlines including Air Canada Rouge, Air Panama, Air Transat, American Airlines, Avianca, Copa Airlines, Delta Air Lines, EasyFly, JetBlue, LATAM Colombia, LATAM Perú, Spirit Airlines, VivaColombia, and Wingo have or had international flights from this airport to various cities in North, Central and South America. KLM has flights to Amsterdam, Netherlands by way of Bogota (the airline does not own rights to transport passengers solely between Cartagena and Bogota or vice-versa).
Crespo Calle 70, Provincia de Cartagena
- +57 56931351