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Ezeiza International Airport - Buenos Aires is Argentina's most important airport in terms of international flights and one of the busiest in South America. It serves many international airlines as well as domestic airlines flying abroad. Although there are other international airports in Argentina, most of them are generally used only for flights to neighboring countries, so most of the time you need to connect to the Ezeiza Airport to continue the journey to America, Europe and other destinations. Just over 8.88 million passengers transited through it in 2012. Gol Transportes Aereos is a low-cost carrier operating on the premises.
Location | Public Transport | Departures | Arrivals | Facilities and Services | Disabled Facilities | Parking | Accomodation
Ministro Pistarini International Airport
IATA Code: EZE
Foundation Date: april 30th, 1949
Official Website: www.aa2000.com.ar
Tel: +54 (0)11 5480-6111
The airport is located 35 km (21 miles) southwest of Buenos Aires.
Number of Terminals - 3 - Terminal A is used by most international airlines, Terminal B is reserved for international arrivals from Aerolineas Argentinas and terminal C for international and domestic flights from Aerolineas Argentinas and international departures from Air France, Alitalia and KLM. All terminals are within walking distance.
Public and express buses, remis (taxi vip) and taxis connect the airport with downtown Buenos Aires, the surroundings and other parts of the country. Journey time to downtown: 40 minutes.
Manuel Tienda Leon
Company provides express buses and vans.
It is the most convenient way to link downtown Buenos Aires with Ezeiza airport. Airport - Terminal Madero Tienda León (departs every half hour and the travel time under normal traffic is 40 minutes). Fee: $60 Argentine pesos.
In turn, it connects every hour Ezeiza airport with Aeroparque (domestic airport): 30 minutes travel time (with regular traffic conditions)
The stops are at the exits of Arrivals of Terminals A and B and in downtown the Tienda Leon Madero Terminal is situated 4 blocks from the central railway and bus station called Retiro.
Vans are also available linking the airport with other cities such as La Plata, Mar del Plata, Rosario and Santa Fe. For further information on fares and schedules, click tiendaleon.com.ar
Buses - are called "colectivos".
Line 8 (former line 86) branch "Aeropuerto" is going to the airport and back to the city centre, with stops in Liniers - Central Market - Congress - Plaza de Mayo - Faculty of Engineering (UBA ) - Paseo Colón.
Line 51 connects the airport to the south of Greater Buenos Aires and its route passes through Monte Grande - Temperley - Lomas de Zamora - Banfield - Lanus.
Line 394 connects the airport with Ezeiza Hospital - Route J. Newbery - Central Post Office - Monte Grande Railway Station - Route 4 (Camino de Cintura). Line 518 connects the airport with Lamadrid district - Ezeiza Hospital - City of Ezeiza - Canning / Barrio Del Plata Branch - City of Carlos Spegazzini.
Remises - are taxis differential or VIP. Companies operating at the airport are: Transfer-Express, World Car and Vip Cars. Ranks are located in the public secto at the exits of Arrivals of terminals A and B.
Taxis - the authorized companies are TAXIS Municipalidad de Ezeiza (stops at Terminals A and B) and TAXIS Municipalidad de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires (stops outside of the terminals A and B).
Facilities and Services
There are car rental desks from the most recognized companies in the arrivals area (Avis, Alamo, Hertz, Locate, Vip Car, World Car). Hire a car
In turn, Ezeiza airport offers 24-hour bank services in the arrivals area of ??Terminal A, currency exchange service and automated teller machines (ATM) in the international arrivals level, Vip lounges, mobile services, public telephones and Wi-Fi in both terminals.
Food and Drinks -
restaurants, cafes and bars located throughout the terminals.
Shopping - several stores, including duty free in departures and arrivals of all terminals, souvenirs, tobacconist and newspaper stands, gift shops, clothing stores, jewelry, books, perfume and more.
Police National aviation manages the lost and found office. There are luggage carts and baggage wrapping service at arrival and departure levels.
Other Services - Pharmacy and medical services in Terminal A, among other facilities. Each terminal has a tourist and information desk in the arrivals area downstairs. In addition, there are uniformed volunteers throughout the site to assist the passengers, and telephone hotlines to communicate passengers with the counters. On the other hand, the airport provides information on flights from Jorge Newbery Airport for those who need to make combinations with domestic flights.
Disabled Facilities - There are ramps and toilets, telephones for the hearing impaired, among other services. Wheelchairs are available (by prior arrangement with your airline)
Parking - Ezeiza airport has two parking lots; a multi-storey car park for up to 585 vehicles and other one outdoors in Terminal A up to 1195 vehicles, and there is no distinction between short and long stays. There are spaces reserved for disabled people. In the official website there is a calculator form for rates and availability of parking, based on vehicle type, hours of parking, length of stay and Terminal. The first 15 minutes are free.
Accomodation - Just 5 minutes from the airport of Ezeiza, is located Posada de las Aguilas, with free 24-hour shuttle service. In turn, 10 minutes from the terminal complex is located the Holiday Inn Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport. Hotel Bookings | Book a hostel