I pass through this airport on a regular basis both national and international terminals most recently at the end of April and beginning of May 2015. In general the airport facilities are good check-in procedures are generally quick as is the security process. Before passing security there are several restaurants at the end of the terminal building on level 3 after the national check-in area. A Juan Valdez cafe is being constructed in front of the international check-in area. There is a reasonable selection of shops in the international duty free area but a very limited selection of restaurants. WiFi in the whole airport is free but very poor the cafes and restaurants don't have their own WiFi zones. There are no options to buy pre-paid SIM cards for the major operators at the airport. A major problem currently is the airport taxi service on exiting the customs area in arrivals you will be immediately and aggressively pursued by taxi operators. Normal (yellow) city taxis queue outside (there are separate queues for national and international arrivals) but overcharging is now rife taxi drivers try to charge a COP 40000 fee for transfer whereas a metered taxi would correctly charge at most COP 28000.