Cheap Flights to San Andres Island Airport
San Andres is a Colombian island that lies in the Caribbean Sea off the coast of Nicaragua. Its coconut palm trees, scenic paved roads and excellent scuba-diving and snorkeling opportunities make this largest island in the archipelago a joy to visit.
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Best Time To Fly to San Andres Island Airport
When thinking of going to San Andres Island, don't forget this destination's close proximity to the equator and the fact that there are just two seasons on the island: a dry one and a wet one. The rainy season is from July through November, when you can expect about an hour of rainfall a day, after which the sun will usually reappear. The months with the least amount of rainfall are March and April. If you are interested in seeing the famous crab migration on nearby Providencia, travel from April to July. The 78-degree air temperature is consistent year round, though, making every day a beach day here. Some of the cheapest flights to San Andreas Island Airport are during the low season from September through December.
Airlines That Fly To San Andres Island Airport
More than two major airlines have routes from the US to San Andres Island Airport, though none of the flights are non-stop. Check flights from your departure city to view airlines, flight schedules, and prices. Avianca and Copa Airlines fly to San Andres with a stop in either Panama or Cartagena when flying out of New York City, for instance.
Arriving at San Andres Island Airport (ADZ)
The official name of this airport is Gustavo Rojas Pinilla International Airport. In order to reach this island's airport by air, most passengers must travel from a large airport in Colombia or Panama. There are a few shops and eateries within this small airport, but these are normally closed at night. Note that there is no air-conditioning until passengers reach the security check area.
The closest hotels to San Andres Island Airport are just 0.2 miles away, a few minutes' ride that is even within easy walking distance. The center of the island is just two miles away.
Most tourists get around the island by taxicabs, which you can flag down at any location around the airport or in the downtown area. A typical taxi ride to any place on the island will cost about US $3.40. Another popular way to travel the island is by golf carts, which can be rented in a number of different types and sizes. The locals tend to travel via mopeds or motorcycles, which tourists can also rent with certain restrictions.