City of Cúcuta, North Santander Department (Norte de Santander), Colombia
Cúcuta is a Colombian city, capital of the North Santander Department and located in the northeast of the country. Due to its proximity to the Colombian-Venezuelan border, Cúcuta is an important commercial center.
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The city has the constitutional category of Special District, conforms the most active international border in South America and it's connected by roads with Bogota, Caracas and Cartagena.
The city is bordered to the east by Venezuela and Puerto Santander, to the south by Villa del Rosario, Bochalema, and Los Patios, to the north by Tibú, and to the west by El Zulia and San Cayetano.
Cúcuta International airport
Camilo Daza International airport (Aeropuerto Internacional Camilo Daza) (International airport code: CUC, : ) is a civil airport located in Cúcuta, Colombia.
The airport serves the Norte de Santander Department (North Santander State). The airport contains international facilities and is able to operate general aviation flights to international destinations though no scheduled, chartered, or regular cargo flights operate out of the airport internationally.