Bogotá is the economic, cultural and administrative center of Colombia, which in turn is the ideal gateway for the Latin American market due to its location, political stability, and economic development. Bogota has a strategic location in the center of the Americas. Thanks to its strategic location and air connections, many companies have chosen Bogota for their regional headquarters, shared service centers and logistical hubs to serve Latin America. In the past decade, Colombia has single-mindedly focused on improving the business climate. As a result, inward foreign direct
investment (FDI) has been soaring. Colombia is seen by investors as a dependable, stable place to operate. According to the World Bank’s 2018 Doing Business survey, Colombia has the fourth business environment in Latin America, after Peru.
With more than 70 national and international destinations, el dorado airport connects Bogota with the rest of the world. Bogota is about 30-minute drive from the airport.
Taxis can be found on the ground floor of the domestic and international arrival halls or can be requested in the airport.