Cheap Flights to Medellin, Colombia. Return Flights.Here are the cheapest airfare deals to Medellin. View Flights to Colombia
|Route Cheapest Adult Fare|
|Route Cheapest Adult Fare|
|Miami (MIA) to Medellin||$371||Select|
Monthly Average Prices for Return Airfares to Medellin (AUD)
|Brisbane to Medellin||-||$7833||$8736||$7855||-||-|
|Melbourne to Medellin||-||$7837||$7973||-||$7742||-|
|Sydney to Medellin||-||-||$3855||-||-||$5515|
|Perth to Medellin||-||-||$8400||-||-||-|
Did you know...
- The nearest hotel to Medellin airport is The Movich Hotel Las Lomas which is at Glorieta Aeropuerto Int Jos Mara Crdova, Ciudad Santiago de Arma de Rionegro .
- The UTC offset for Medellin is -18000.
- MDE is the IATA code for Medellin.
- Puerto Obaldia in Panama is the closest international airport to Medellin. It is approximately 362 km away.
What people are saying about Medellin right now:
Twitter: From user 'Basil Karampelas'
@Delta when are you restarting flights from Atlanta to Medellin and Cartagena? What will frequency be?
Bolivia air official alleges pressure over crashed Chapecoense flight - The Express Tribune
The plane left Santa Cruz in Bolivia and crashed near its destination of Medellin, Colombia, after apparently running out of fuel, flight recordings published by media have indicated. “I was subjected to harassment and pressure from my superiors… who ...
Doomed LaMia Flight's Engines Began Shutting Down Several Minutes Before Crash - Wall Street Journal
Investigators from Colombia's Civil Aviation Authority said the pilots didn't report “a total electric failure without fuel” until two minutes before the aircraft collided at 145 miles an hour into a hillside just outside Medellín, Colombia on Nov. 28 ...
Head of airline involved in Chapecoense football team disaster arrested - Irish Independent
All are being questioned about their roles in letting a British-built short-range jet attempt a more than four-hour flight from Santa Cruz to Medellin, Colombia, for which it barely had enough fuel, in violation of aviation norms. Prosecutors said the ...
Human error led to Colombia soccer plane crash: authorities - The Globe and Mail
The plane was in the air for about 4 hours and 20 minutes when air traffic controllers in Medellin put it into a holding pattern because another flight had reported a suspected fuel leak and was given priority. Investigators found that crew members of ...
Head of Bolivian airline jailed as part of crash probe - Jamaica Observer
Gustavo Vargas, a retired air force general who is CEO of the LaMia airline, complained at the court hearing that he is being unfairly blamed for the November 28 crash near Medellin, Colombia. Authorities have said it was a preventable ... The judge's ...
Chapecoense crash: Bolivian Defence Minister calls plane disaster 'murder' - ABC Online
The plane was carrying a Brazilian soccer team to the Copa Sudamericana tournament finals when it crashed outside Medellin on November 28. Six people on board the LaMia Bolivia charter flight survived, including three of the Chapecoense soccer team.
Chapecoense: Airport worker 'pressured' to change her flight report - The New Daily
Leaked audio revealed that pilot Miguel Quiroga told air traffic controllers about a “lack of fuel” and “total electric failure” in the flight's final moments. LaMia Flight 2933 crashed into a mountainside only 17 kilometres from Medellín airport, with ...
Bolivia detains airline's president as crash probe advances - Toronto Sun
All are being questioned about their roles in letting a British-built short-range jet attempt a more than four-hour flight from Santa Cruz to Medellin, Colombia, for which it barely had enough fuel in violation of aviation norms. Prosecutors said the ...
In the wake of the Chapecoense tragedy, Bolivia arrests airline and government officials - World Socialist Web Site
Ferreira pointed out that Quiroga's flight plan included a refueling stop in the Bolivian airport of Cobija, roughly one third of the way between Santa Cruz and Medellín; had the refueling stop taken place the Avro RJ-85 would not have run out of fuel ...