Cartagena Rafael Nunez (CTG) Airport
Cartagena Rafael Nunez CTG Airport Overview
Cartagena Rafael Nunez International Airport CTG, which is operated by SACSA, is named after a three-time President of Colombia, and is the country's fourth-largest airport. Due to its location, it is a haven for vacationers who come here to enjoy the sun and the beaches, and who value the charm and friendliness of this City with its colonial architecture of the16th and 17th Centuries, as well as its abundance of night life, hotels and restaurants.
The Airport is located in Crespo, part of the Caribbean coastal City of Cartagena de Indias, at the bay of Cienaga de La Virgen, in Colombia, S.A. It is accessible via motorway 90 connecting to the Shoreline highway.
With a long runway and an estimated 2.1 million passengers a year, Rafael Nunez Airport is served by a number of domestic and International airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe, and by seasonal flights from Canada, & Europe. JetBlue is now offering thee weekly flights to New York's JFK airport.
Note: It is illegal to be without ID - carry a copy of your passport on your person when spending time outside the Airport.
The passenger terminal at Catagena Airport, open 6am-10pm, has just completed its renovation & expansion work. It is divided into a domestic and an international sector, is air-conditioned, clean and offers food & drink establishments (first level, mostly at inner courtyard, and at Mirador at domestic arrivals). A variety of shops & duty-free shops are disbursed in key areas. The domestic sector has three boarding gates with waiting room, while the international sector has two gates with a waiting room. A good number of travel agencies are located in the Central Hall of level two.
The main information desk is located in the Main Hall of the passenger terminal, in front of the check-in counters, open 6am-10pm.
Present services and amenities at Rafael Nunez Airport include VIP lounges, medical services, ATMs and currency exchange services, as well as a Terrace located above the Arrivals area, which is connected with the interior courtyard and has five food stands. Internet access is free and available in most areas. The Information desks at Arrivals also act as Lost & Found station; CECCA, located on the third level, also offers information services. For lost baggage, go to the airline baggage claim at either domestic or international arrivals.
Rental car desks for major agencies are located in the domestic arrivals area of the passenger terminal.
To get from Cartagena Airport to your destination, you can rent a car or you can take a taxi. Taxis get you anywhere within a one-hour drive; you can also hire a taxi for a day trip, but your driver most likely will not understand English.
Cartagena Rafael Nunez CTG Airport Update History
- CTG Airports - Oct 28, 2013
- CTG Airlines Served - Jun 23, 2013