Juana Azurduy de Padilla International Airport, Sucre, Bolivia
This airport is now closed, replaced by Alcantari Airport.
Sucre Airport is located 10 kilometers away from downtown Sucre, only 20 minutes away by car. The Juana Azurduy de Padilla Airport is small and handles national flights every day of the week. There are no international flights at this point.
Due to its altitude (2904 m.a.s.l), fogs are a frequent reason for flight delays and changes. Travelers must take into consideration this information when plannig a journey through Bolivia.
Official name: Juana Azurduy de Padilla International Airport
IATA Code: SRE
Official website: Not available
Tel.: +591 - 4 - 6461653
Number of terminals: 1
A taxi stop is located outside the main airport terminal entrance. The travelers need to haggle the fee with the taxi driver. A bus stop is located a few meters away from the main entrance. Take into consideration that the buses are public transportation, therefore they follow a determined route collecting passengers and do not have space for storing luggage.
No ATMs or money exchange houses are located in Juana Azurduy de Padilla Airport, therefore be sure to have enough Bolivianos to pay the transportation or tips.
Wi-fi internet is available at the airport as well as phone booths for international and local calls.
On the second floor you will find a Restaurant and a coffee shop.
Handicraft stores, souvenir shops as well as the traditional Sucre Chocolate shops: Para ti and Taboada are located in Sucre Airport Main Hall.
A luggage storage service is provided to the passengers by hours or days.
The Juana Azurduy de Padilla Airport has an open parking area for short stays situated a few meters away from the main entrance.
Juana Azurduy the Padilla airport has no hotel inside its area. Lodging in Sucre city.
New Airports soon to be opened
The Bolivian government announced the construction of two new airports in the department at the following locations:
To get more information about flights in Bolivia, click here.