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Melanie Lieberman
December 18, 2017

Flights to South America are almost never cheap, which makes $200 round-trip flights to Colombia especially exciting.

Over the weekend, Scott’s Cheap Flights announced that flights to Bogotá and Cartagena had gone on sale. Round-trip, nonstop ticket prices were spotted at $212 from Fort Lauderdale to Cartagena, with flights costing $276 from Miami, $266 from Richmond, Virginia, and $262 from Pittsburgh.

Flights to Bogotá, though slightly more expensive, were found for $285 round-trip from Charleston and Jacksonville, with flights from San Diego costing $298.

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Affordable flights to Colombia were found from major cities all across the United States, including Los Angeles, Denver, and the New York City area (starting at about $315 round-trip).

Generally, the most affordable tickets can be found between January and October, with some scattered availability during the summer. And despite the ticket prices, full-service airlines like Copa, JetBlue, United, Avianca, and Delta are offering these low fares.

If you need another reason to book these flights now, before they disappear, consider this: Travel + Leisure selected Colombia's Pacific Coast, which is dotted with charming fishing villages, as one of the best places to travel in 2018.

To find the best price on flights to Colombia from your preferred departure city, search for the most affordable dates in Google Flights.

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