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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Columbia?

The cheapest flights to Columbia found within the past 7 days were $139. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LGA Columbia Jan 29 - Feb 4 $139
LGA Columbia Jan 29 - Feb 4 $139
BWI Columbia Dec 5 - Dec 9 $169
BOS Columbia Feb 3 - Feb 10 $184
EWR Columbia Feb 7 - Feb 9 $184
PHL Columbia Dec 3 - Dec 7 $208
STL Columbia Dec 12 - Dec 18 $250
DAL Columbia Dec 13 - Dec 16 $266
LAX Columbia Dec 17 - Jan 9 $302
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
BOS Columbia Nov 16 - Nov 18 $250
PHL Columbia Nov 15 - Nov 17 $255
STL Columbia Nov 16 - Nov 19 $264
EWR Columbia Nov 16 - Nov 17 $286
EWR Columbia Nov 16 - Nov 17 $286
LGA Columbia Nov 17 - Nov 25 $306
BWI Columbia Nov 16 - Nov 30 $369
LAX Columbia Nov 16 - Nov 19 $406
DFW Columbia Nov 16 - Nov 17 $522
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Flight Info

Destination Airport Columbia Metropolitan
Destination City Name Columbia
Flight Price $169

FAQs about Columbia Flights

Which airlines fly to Columbia?

10 airlines fly into Columbia, so you have many options to choose from. Wise wanderers prefer to fly with:

  • Delta
  • Korean Air
  • Aeromexico
What airport is best to fly into Columbia?

You don't have to consider flight options into numerous airports when visiting Columbia. Columbia, SC Airport (CAE-Columbia Metropolitan) is the city's only airport, situated 7 miles (11 kilometers) from all the action downtown.

Where to stay in Columbia

Start making memories in South Carolina's splendid state capital. Have a browse through the 120 properties on Travelocity, book the best one and get your Columbia adventure underway!

Finding a place to stay can often be a tedious task. Make the process as easy as possible and check out some of our top suggestions, the Columbia Marriott.

Places to visit in Columbia

The University of South Carolina and South Carolina State House are some significant attractions that all travelers should try to get to. Map out a route and spend a few hours stopping by each one.

The old buildings and structures of Allen University will impress any history enthusiast. Seeking some more options? Treat your eyes to some creative works at Columbia Museum of Art, a renowned art museum which should be featured on your list of cultural attractions. And that's not all there is. Learn about history and enjoy a fun family excursion in the bargain with a visit to South Carolina State Museum.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Columbia

These handy tips about airport security checks will save you a lot of time on your way to Columbia:

  • Ensure your travel ID and boarding pass are easy to access. You'll need to produce them straightaway.
  • Keep in mind that metal belt buckles can set off the body scanner's alarms. If you're wearing one, you may be asked to step back and take it off before proceeding.
  • Laptops must be removed from their protective carriers and placed in a tray before being scanned.
  • When it comes to flying with gels and liquids, each passenger is permitted a quart-sized clear resealable bag to store containers no bigger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters).
  • Safety boots and other cumbersome shoes are typically X-rayed. Consider wearing simple sneakers instead.
  • Some countries have stringent quarantine laws. Consider where you're off to and whether or not it's permissible to fly with fresh fruit and meat.

Flights To Columbia

No visit to the Palmetto State is complete without a trip to “famously hot” Columbia. South Carolina’s charming capital has a lot to offer, brimming with tradition, culture, kindness—and, of course, food. Check out artillery craters in the state house from a long-ago Civil War battle and take a tour to learn more about the city’s rich history. Pack your walking shoes and catch one of the flights to Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) for a hearty dose of southern fun.

Transportation From CAE

All airlines flying into the “Capital of Southern Hospitality” land at CAE, a small airport with big amenities for Columbia flights. Business travelers can work and print in the business center, while golf gurus visiting the region’s world-class courses can pick up supplies right in the terminal. If you’re staying near the airport, you won’t have to go far for delicious bites. Most hotels close to Columbia Metropolitan are located in the Brookwood neighborhood, where you’ll find plenty of down-home Southern cooking—think fluffy waffles and crispy fried chicken and biscuits. Ready to head into the city? There is a bus at the airport, but it departs only twice a day and may not be convenient. Many hotels provide courtesy shuttles to and from the airport, and if you forgot to pre-arrange pickup, you can use the hotel courtesy phone in the terminal. For extra convenience, just call a cab and they’ll be there in minutes. Rental cars are also an easy way to get around the area; you’ll find the agency counters near the baggage claim.

Discover the Best of the South

Bring your appetite and brush up on your etiquette (see “The Handbook on Southern Manners”—really!— for help). Travelocity has cheap plane tickets to Columbia and deals on hotels, too. Book accommodations and airfare together with Columbia vacation bundles and save up to $537.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.