El Nuevo Dorado International Airport (IATA: BOG, ICAO: SKBO), previously called El Dorado International Airport,
is an international airport located in Bogotá, Colombia. It is the largest Latin American airport in terms of cargo movements
648,221 tons (2011) and the fourth in terms of passenger traffic, only behind Mexico's Benito Juarez International Airport,
São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport and Congonhas-São Paulo Airport; transporting 20,427,6031 passengers in 2011;
as well as the largest airport in Colombia and the main international and domestic air gateway in the country,
serving as an important hub for Avianca (the national flag carrier of Colombia), Copa Airlines Colombia, LAN Colombia,
Satena, EasyFly and others.
The main building has two concourses, the national concourse and the international concourse. The national concourse
has 11 gates and additional 5 for regional flights. The international concourse has 9 gates. This main building has a
passenger area of 54,000 m² (581,251 square feet) and provides different services such as travel agencies, drug stores,
restaurants and cafeterias, book stores and craft shops, ATM machines and Duty Free shops. Telecom offers telephone
service for international and national calls, as well as fax and Internet service ($11 USD for 24 hours of WiFi access).
At the national and international arrivals, passengers can find tourist information offices and transportation services
within the city.