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| Cochabamba Airport is a rather small International Airport in Bolivia, which only serves national routes regarding departures. There are international and even intercontinental (Madrid) arrivals, though. I came from Sao Paulo Guarulhos with a nonstop flight with BoA. And returned to Sao Paulo with a layover in Santa Cruz, as there are no nonstop connections leaving CBB. The International Arrival Area is quite small, immigration is done through only one officer. A positive thing is that the airport has air-bridges, which are used mainly for the international arrivals and domestic departures. Domestic arrivals normally get off the plane on the tarmac, where the people have to walk to the terminal, because no busses are used. Regarding Departures, the Check-in Area is quite small, as the airport is only being served by 4 Airlines, of which two are state-owned. The departures take place from the second floor, where there is also a small shop at the gates selling snacks and beverages. There is no duty free shop, which I find quite bad. Also an important thing to note is that there is no Lounge for frequent travelers.