Flights in Argentina

Argentina offers a wide variety of flights from and to every region in the country.

In this article, we want to tell you more about the two airports in Buenos Aires, the most visited destinations and some other details you need to know if you are going to travel.

Everything about Ezeiza and Aeroparque

The two airports in Buenos Aires are Ezeiza (International Airport Ministro Pistarini) and Aeroparque Metropolitano Jorge Newbery.

These airports have a difference: Ezeiza is an international airport, that is to say, you can use it to travel to other countries in the world. If you come from a non-bordering country, this will be the airport you will be arriving in Buenos Aires.

Aeroparque Metropolitano Jorge Newbery (or just “Aeroparque”), on the other hand, is the airport we use only to travel to Argentine provinces and bordering countries like Chile, Uruguay, Bolivia and Brazil.

Ezeiza is located at freeway Tte. Gral. Ricchieri Km 33,5 (it is important to say that Ezeiza is located outside the city of Buenos Aires, but near it).

Aeroparque is located at Rafael Obligado avenue (no number, because Aeroparque reaches this entire avenue). If you are getting a cab, the driver will know the location. If you are going by car, just follow this avenue until you see the entrance. You won’t find any intersection.

You can find more information in the website of Aeropuertos Argentina 2000.

Where to go from Buenos Aires

From these two airports, we can travel to many regions in Argentina and to other countries in the world.

From Ezeiza, we can travel to these international destinations:

  • Germany (Frankfurt)
  • Argentina (Bariloche, Córdoba, El Calafate, Puerto Iguazú, Río Grande, Trelew/Rawson, Ushuaia, Córdoba, Mendoza, Rosario)
  • Australia (Sidney)
  • Bolivia (Santa Cruz, Cochabamba)
  • Brasil (Sao Pablo, Belo Horizonte, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, Curitiba, Florianópolis, Fortaleza, Natal, Porto Alegre, Salvador de Bahía, Recife)
  • Canadá (Toronto)
  • Chile (Santiago de Chile)
  • Cuba (La Habana)
  • Ecuador (Bogotá, Guayaquil, Quito)
  • United Arab Emirates (Dubai)
  • Spain (Madrid)
  • The United States (Nueva York, Dallas, Miami, Atlanta, Houston)
  • France (Paris)
  • Italy (Roma)
  • México (Cancún, Ciudad de México)
  • The Netherlands (Ámsterdam)
  • Panamá
  • Paraguay (Asunción)
  • Perú (Lima)
  • Qatar (Doha)
  • Dominican Republic (Punta Cana)
  • Turkey (Istanbul)
  • Venezuela (Caracas)

From Aeroparque, you can travel to these national destinations::

  • Buenos Aires (Bahía Blanca, Mar del Plata)
  • Catamarca (Catamarca)
  • Chaco (Resistencia)
  • Chubut (Comodoro Rivadavia, Trelew, Esquel, Puerto Madryn)
  • Córdoba (Córdoba, Villa María)
  • Corrientes (Corrientes)
  • Entre Ríos (Paraná)
  • Formosa (Formosa)
  • Jujuy (Jujuy)
  • La Rioja (La Rioja)
  • La Pampa (Santa Rosa)
  • Mendoza (Mendoza, San Rafael)
  • Misiones (Iguazú, Posadas)
  • Neuquén (Neuquén, San Martín de los Andes)
  • Rió Negro (Bariloche, Viedma)
  • Santa Cruz (El Calafate, Rió Gallegos, Rió Turbio)
  • Santa Fé (Rosario, Santa Fé, Reconquista, Súnchales)
  • San Juan (San Juan)
  • San Luis (San Luis)
  • Salta (Salta)
  • Santiago del Estero (Santiago del Estero, Termas de Rió Hondo)
  • Tierra del Fuego (Rió Grande, Ushuaia)
  • Tucumán (Tucumán)

From Aeroparque, you can travel to these international destinations:

  • Bolivia (Santa Cruz)
  • Brasil (Río do Janeiro, São Paulo, Porto Alegre, Curitiba)
  • Chile (Santiago de Chile)
  • Paraguay (Asunción)
  • Uruguay (Montevideo, Punta del Este)

How long does it take me to…?

The most visited destinations in Argentina (from Buenos Aires):

  • Bahía Blanca – 1 hour and 14 minutes
  • Bariloche – 2 hours
  • Comodoro Rivadavia – 2 hours and 9 minutes
  • Córdoba – 1 hour and 21 minutes
  • Corrientes – 1 hour and 34 minutes
  • El Calafate – 2 hours and 52 minutes
  • Iguazú – 1 hour and 38 minutes
  • Mar del Plata – 58 minutes
  • Mendoza – 2 hours and 9 minutes
  • Neuquén – 1 hour and 51 minutes
  • Posadas – 1 hour and 38 minutes
  • Río Gallegos – 2 hours and 53 minutes
  • Río Grande – 3 hours and 5 minutes
  • Salta – 1 hour and 55 minutes
  • San Juan – 1 hour and 36 minutes
  • Santiago del Estero – 1 hour and 47 minutes
  • Trelew – 1 hour and 44 minutes
  • Tucumán – 1 hour and 41 minutes
  • Ushuaia – 3 hour and 13 minutes

What do I need to take to the airport?

When you are going to the airport, it is very important to have certain documentation in your hand, so you don’t have to waste time looking for it in your suitcase or returning home or to the hotel for it.

First of all, you need a personal ID if you are going to travel within the country. If you are going to travel abroad, you will also need a visa and the passport. Certain countries ask for vaccination certificates, letters of invitation, etc., so you need to have this information clear in advance.

In case of a minor travelling, besides all the before mentioned documents, the traveler will need a certificate with the authorization of the parents to get on the plane.

You will also have to take into account the amount of money (cash and checks) that you can have with you. Every country establishes a different allowed amount of money to have with you. In the case of a big sum of money, you will have to show (with taxes documentation) where that money comes from.

Finally, try to be at the airport with plenty of time, just in case. The check-in and the verification of the documentation may take some time, depending on the control process. You cannot be at the airport only 20 minutes before your departure.

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