Rafael Núñez International Airport (IATA: CTG, ICAO: SKCG) is an airport located in the city of Cartagena, Colombia. It is the largest airport in the country's northern Caribbean region in terms of passenger movement. It is located in the center of Crespo, a neighborhood in northern Cartagena, and is administered by Sociedad Aeropotuaria de la Costa S.A. Its name Rafael Núñez refers to the former Colombian president, who wrote the verses of the national anthem of this country. Rafael Núñez International Airport is located within the urban area of Cartagena de Indias, allowing easy access from anywhere in the city.
The airport has been managed since 1996 by the Sociedad Aeropuertos del Caribe S.A. (SACSA), a Colombian company that has the experience and technology of its partner operator AENA Spain. Airlines including Copa Airlines Colombia, Copa Airlines, Avianca, JetBlue, Spirit Airlines, and Delta Airlines have international flights from this airport to various cities in North, Central and South America.
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