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Should I avoid a layover in Bogota, Colombia?

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I'm planning a trip to Ecuador. The best fares are for flights that stop in Bogota for a few hours to/from. With the US state department warning against travel to Colombia, should I opt for a different flight? I am not deeply concerned since I am not planning to travel in Colombia, but just passing through on flights that layover there. However, I'd like to hear if you have experiences to share.

I realize the importance of travel advisories are subjective/relative.

Thanks.

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