COVID-19 - Due to the current Coronavirus pandemic, services and schedules of the different transportation options may be subject to change as well as the limit of available capacity could be reduced. In turn, due to the changing situation, some services may even be temporarily canceled.
Transportation services connecting the airport with the urban area are: express buses (Transmilenio Route, Alimentadora Route, Urban Route), public buses, hotel shuttle services, vans and taxis. Uber and Cabify are also available.
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How to get a door-to-door transfer?
If what you are looking for is comfort and tranquility to go from the airport to downtown Bogotá, you can opt for a private transfer service.
The best option is to book online and in advance your transport, so the driver will be waiting for you and you do not have to negotiate a fare with a taxi or transfer company. You can get a vehicle from USD25.00 (for up to 3 passengers), monovolume (vehicle for up to 5 passengers) for USD38.00, a minibus for up to 8 passengers for USD45.00.
The reservation must be made at least 24 hours prior. At the airport, the driver will be waiting for you with sign with your name on it as soon as you leave the baggage reclaim hall and enter the public lobby. If you are at a hotel or apartment, the driver will be waiting for you outside the building. If he or she can park the vehicle, sometimes they can wait at the reception desk.
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How to get from the airport to the TransMilenio bus stop?
Route Alimentadora 16-14
runs around the airport area, with no charge to the TransMilenio
bus stop (Monday to Saturday from 5:00 am to 10:45 pm, Sunday from 6:00 am to 9:45 pm). It departs from Terminal 1, 1st floor, exit 6.
Which are the main TransMilenio stops?
(Tel +57 601 220 3000) is a rapid bus service (K86) that links the airport with downtown Bogotá, stopping at Corferias, Plaza de la Democracia, National Museum, Universidad Distrital, Barrio Chapinero, Barrio Porciúncula, La Gran Vía Park and Fundación Santa Fe. You can get to them via feeder buses departing opposite the main terminal (door 6) to the Portal El Dorado Station (Mondays through Fridays from 4:30 am to 10:45 pm, Saturday from 6:00 am to 10:45 pm, Sunday and holidays from 6:00 am to 9:45 pm). Payment method: Tullave card.
SITP P500 bus route
Route P500 departs from door 7 of Terminal 1 towards Villa del Mar, Portal Eldorado, Modelia, Normandía, Parque Metropolitano Simón Bolívar, Parque de los Novios, Barrio Colombia, Barrio San Felipe, Barrio Porciúncula and Barrio El Chicó. Journey time is 35-40 minutes. Monday to Saturday from 4:00 am to 11:00 pm, Sundays from 5:00 am to 10:00 pm. Payment method: Tullave card.
Where is the stop for public buses?
Buses, busetas and colectivos depart from Terminal 1, 1st floor, exit 9 towards different areas of Bogota city and neighbouring towns. Payment method: cash only.
Where to find the van stops?
Van services (including hotel shuttles) depart from Terminal 1, 1st floor, exit 5. Payment method: cash, credit and debit card, and they are available 24/7.
Official taxi cab services
Yellow and white cabs from Taxi Imperial
(Tel +57 317 300 3000) are available around the clock. Counters are located in the Arrivals Halls and the trip to the city centre takes 30-40 minutes, depending on traffic conditions.
Stops: gates 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 (Departures, first floor).
Are Uber and Cabify available?
are available at Bogotá Airport and are safe options. Rates from USD7.00 in compact vehicles. Although there is currently no designated special area, the pick-up point is usually the left side of the Arrivals lane. In any case, it is advised to coordinate with the driver beforehand through the app.