El Edén International Airport is a small international airport serving Armenia, the capital of the Quindo subdivision of Columbia. The airport acts as a gateway to the colourful architecture and coffee plantations that the area is known for. The airport itself is approximately 18km southwest of the city centre and is accessible by road. El Edén International Airport was rebuilt in 1999 following the Armenia Earthquake of 1999. Since being rebuilt the airport has undergone a number of improvements, including an enhanced control tower and expanded terminal building. The terminal building houses a food court for passengers and a general departures waiting area. The apron has parking for two aircraft and the airport can facilitate mid-sized narrow bodied aircraft such as Boeing 737s or Airbus A320s.