On the morning of 14 December 2021, two explosions occurred at Camilo Daza International Airport (SKCC/CUC) in the northeastern Colombian city of Cúcuta, located near the country’s border with Venezuela, prompting officials to suspend operations at the facility. The blasts caused minor damage to nearby homes, although there have been no reports of damage at the airport. Colombia’s defense minister stated that the first blast occurred when an individual carrying an explosive device attempted to enter the airport and the device prematurely detonated; the individual was killed in the event. Approximately 45 minutes later, a second explosion occurred as two police officers investigated a suspicious package in the area, killing both officers. There were no reports of additional injuries or deaths. No group has claimed responsibility for the attacks.