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The passenger terminal complex at Bogota El Nuevo Dorado Airport has two passenger terminals - the new large and integrated Terminal 1 (also referred to as the 'El Dorado Terminal') and the small Terminal 2 (formerly Puente Aero Terminal) The two terminals are one kiloveter apart - served by a shuttle bus.  New T1 is divided into domestic & international traffic - used by all major airlines - with the exception of Avianca's domestic flights and smaller airlines using T2.  T1's airlines use the new common-use check-in and transfer counters, while passengers may also use new self-service check-in kiosks . 
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- Passengers to/from the United States:  Airport Security check is courteous, but very thorough - as you will pass a few searches along your way to boarding, and the lines can be long - be prepared and keep your cool.  
- Transfer Passengers:  When transferring between the Puente Aerea & Main terminals - if time is of the essence - take a taxi; otherwise take the free shuttle bus, which may take a while to come around; the actual trip takes only 10 minutes.
- International Arrivals at Terminal 2 need to go through DAS immigration check  (equivalent of U.S. TAS) , stating their reason for their trip & present boarding pass and passport, vaccination certificate & visas (which they should put safely away right thereafter). Then passengers pick up their bags in the baggage area, pay their fees, and hand in their completed customs form. Finally passengers go through another security check with their bags.  

TERMINAL DETAILS:  
(Note by year-end 2017 the El Dorado Terminal (T1) is to cover an area of 223,700 sq.meters, with 41 aircraft positions, and a capacity of handling 40 million passengers annually. )

Terminal 1 also referred to as the El Dorado Terminal - opened in 2012 with a capacity of 30M passengers annually.  It offers natural light, is air-cooled to a steady 72 degree F (around 18 C), and presents a more modern, spacious & efficient environment.  The terminal handles both domestic & international air traffic. It houses 45 immigration lanes, 64 check-in counters, 12 security filters, 45 immigration lanes, a 3-layered security system, large duty-free shopping area, bars & restaurants. The secure area offers plenty of shops, free WiFi access and ample seating. Its efficient automated baggage handling system was the first one in South America to be installed. 
Further expansion work is ongoing during 2017. Also as part of the expansion project during 2017, Dufry & DFASS (both first-class duty-free space managers) will offer fashion brand names, while new food plazas witll offer outstanding food & drink by well-known franchises.  The North extension will include a 1,709 sq.foot VIP room.
     Level 1 is the Arrivals level with domestic bus gates 13A-13F, 88-93 and international bus gates 51-52A on opposite sides - leading separately to the domestic and the International baggage reclaim, customs clearance, a commercial area with rental car counters, banking facility, drugstore a remote waiting hall, offices, and outside transportation.  
The Mezzanine level (M1) in the post-security area offers domestic & international boarding areas, as well as flexible ones for either domestic or international flights).
     Level 2 is the check-in level. Entrance doors 1 - 4 lead to domestic check-in while doors 5 - 9 lead to international check-in. West of the information Desk (which is located in the center, behind check-in 4 & 5) is first a pre-security area with amenities & services, leading to security check and on to (a) the Domestic Concourse with gates 71-93 at west,  and to International Concourse with gates 24-46.  Note that aside from automated check-in kiosks, separate check-in lines are available for regular, business class & Star Alliance Gold members.  Note that Level 2 houses at:
 - its south end the offices of Avianca, Copa, Aerolineas Argentinas, Delta, & Jetblue, the Opain VIP lounge and DIAN.  
 - its north end VIP lounges for Avianca Platinum & Gold, the LAN (LATAM) VIP lounge (in front of gates 34-35), and 4 fast-food restaurants.
The Mezzanine level (M2) is divided into public and restricted areas. It offers food & drink in both areas, as well as airline offices, a restaurant and VIP lounges. 

Terminal 2 formerly known as the privately-owned Puente Aereo Terminal - serves a part of Avianca's domestic flights, and a number of smaller airlines (tel. 425-1000 ext. 3218).  T2 has a baggage claim, check-in counters, and 2 concourses with gates 7-10 at west, side and gates 1-6 at east side.  Outside is the shuttle to the main terminal - a 1 km distance.  Avianca's VIP lounge is on level 2.   

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