Leticia airport (LET)

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General Alfredo Vásquez Cobo International Airport, opened in 1974, serves the city of Leticia and the Amazonas department, being the main air terminal of the Colombian jungle region. It operates with domestic destinations.

Official Website: aerocivil.gov.co
Number of Terminals
- 1 -
Airlines: Avianca, LATAM, SATENA.
Annual passenger traffic: 220,000 passengers went through it in 2014.
Tel: +57 8 592 8133.


The airport is located 3 km (2 miles) to the north of Leticia city centre.

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What services does Leticia airport (LET) facilities include

The airport has ATMs.

Food and Drinks- The terminal has a few restaurants.
Shopping- There are stores selling souvenirs and regional handicrafts.
Baggage- For enquiries about lost property, contact the offices of the corresponding airline.
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Accommodation near Leticia airport (LET)

The closest accommodations are found inside the city, among them: Hotel Pachamama Amazonas (Tel +57 310 242 3913), Cabaña Flotante Kurupira (Tel +57 311 508 5666), Hostal La Esperanza (Tel +57 317 372 7959), Casa do Xingu (Tel +57 310 215 1522), Hotel Utuane (Tel +57 8 592 6144), Amazonas Explorer's (Tel +57 8 592 6802), Refugio Makuruma (Tel +57 314 220 1726), Hotel Madre Selva (Tel +57 317 423 9008), Hostel Casa de las Palmas (Tel +57 321 435 2114), Hotel Pirarucú (Tel +57 314 382 4929).


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Public and private transportation

Taxi - Vehicles available at the exit from the passenger terminal. The trip to the city centre takes around 10 minutes.


Parking services at Leticia airport (LET)

There is a small, outdoor area dedicated to vehicle parking opposite the terminal building, on the airport's access road.


Services for passengers with special needs

Passengers requiring special assistance or wheelchairs should inform their airline or travel agency about their particular needs in advance.