Airports in Argentina


Argentina is the second largest country in South America. While buses are the cheapest option to get around in the country, there are many times when the vacation time is limited and you cannot afford to spend too much time getting from one place to another. Thankfully , there are plenty of airports in the country offering good domestic connections and some offer some international flights, too.

Unless you fly into Buenos Aires and you come from overseas, you’ll have to connect either in the capital or in Santiago de Chile.

Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE) is the international airport located 22 km from the capital of Buenos Aires. It is the largest international airport in Argentina and the 11th busiest in South America. It is hub for Aerolíneas Argentinas, LAN Argentina and the Sky Team airlines. The airport handles flights to/from North America, Europe, South America, Australia, Central America and Middle East. If you need to fly from Asia or Africa, you need to connect through Europe or North America.

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Jorge Newbery Airfield (AEP) is the second airport serving Buenos Aires. Initially it only handles domestic flights, but now it offers flights to/from Uruguay, Brazil, Chile and Paraguay as well. It is not hub for any airline and is located just 2 km from the city center.

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San Carlos de Bariloche Airport (BRC) is the fourth largest airport in Argentina and serves the city of Bariloche. It is not hub for any airline and handles flights to/from countries in South America, as well as domestic flights.

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International Airport Ingeniero Talavella serves the city of Cordoba and handles flights to/from Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Peru and Europe (Spain), as well as domestic flights. Should you fly from overseas, you’ll most likely connect in Santiago or Buenos Aires.

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Governor Francisco Gabrielli International Airport (MDZ) serves the city of Mendoza and offers a limited number of both international and domestic flights. Should you fly from overseas, you’ll need to connect either in Santiago or Buenos Aires.

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