Buenos Aires Airport (EZE)

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Buenos Aires Airport (IATA: EZE; ICAO: SAEZ), officially named as Ministro Pistarini International Airport, and also known as Ezeiza International Airport, is the international airport serving the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires. Ezeiza Airport is located about 20 km away from Buenos Aires city centre.


It is the international hub of Aerolíneas Argentinas and LATAM Argentina.

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Buenos Aires Airport is connecting the whole Argentina with the rest of the globe. Buenos Aires Airport has excellent roads and public transport connections to the city centre of Buenos Aires and its surroundings.

In 2016, Buenos Aires Airport (EZE) handled 9,831,127 passengers. In 2013,the busiest international destinations from Buenos Aires Airport were Sao Paulo, Miami, Rio de Janeiro, Madrid, Asunción, Rome, Porto Alegre and New York.

Terminal Information

Buenos Aires Airport (EZE) is located just about 20 km away from Buenos Aires city centre, in the district of Ezeiza. To have a reference, a car ride from Buenos Aires Airport to Buenos Aires centre can take around 25 minutes and with public transport almost 2 hours (due to the slow public connections). Buenos Aires Airport has 3 passenger terminals along the same large passenger building:

- Terminal A: with gates A2-10, operating in both TA and TB, it shares gate area with Terminal B.

- Terminal B: opened 2013, with gates B11-13, Terminal B shares gate area with Terminal A. It offers a wide number of services, security and technology such as five boarding bridges, 20 check-in counters, 33 airlines, VIP rooms, six lounges on floor 3 with walkways for transfer passengers etc… With the total completion of the new Terminal B it can accommodate up to 13 million passengers a year, has 21 airbridges, processes 4,000 passengers at peak hours, and offers 4,800 parking spaces.

- Terminal C: opened in 2011, named as the "Mercedes Sosa" terminal - used by Aerolineas Argentinas, it offers the newest technology and security features. Terminal C of Ezeiza Airport can accommodate 13 million passengers and about 90,000 operations a year. The terminal has 21 telescopic bridges, 20 check-in counters, 12 immigration lanes, 600 seats in pre-boarding area, is able to process 4,000 passengers per hour, and provides 4,800 parking spaces.

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Facilities and Services

Buenos Aires Airport (EZE) has a wide number of services and facilities at its passenger Terminals. A part from several restaurants, cafeterias, dutty free shops, ATM’s, Currency exchange, Wifi access, the airport offers many other services and facilities such as:

- Car rental offices
- Luggage and storage lockets
- Luggage wrapping
- Massage chairs
- Pharmacies
- Post offices
- Showers

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Transport

At Buenos Aires Airport (EZE) you can use the following transport options to go to Buenos Aires city centre or to other points and destinations:

- Bus: Ezeiza Airport is well connected with Buenos Aires city centre with several bus lines. There are some bus lines connecting Ezeiza Airport and Buenos Aires city centre: line 394 and shuttle buses.
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- Car rental: renting a car in Buenos Aires is a great idea if you want to travel around within the city and its sorroundings. Find your best car rental option with our search engine.
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- Taxi: you’ll find a wide rank of taxis in the at the Arrivals area of Ezeiza Airport (EZE).
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- Train: there is no railway line connecting Buenos Aires Airport (EZE) with Buenos Aires city centre.

Must-see attractions

El Caminito is a colorful street museum in the area of La Boca. It shows naturally the history and the lifestyle of the very important Italian community in Argentina. It started with a collaboration between the artist Benito Quinquela Martín and the local community in the 50’s, and now it has become a tourist attraction showcasing the work of numerous local artists.

National Museum of Fine Arts is a must-see attraction because it contains the a largest public art collection in Latin America. It also disposes of a surprisingly wide collection of European impressionists.

The Sunday fair in San Telmo

The Sunday Fair in San Telmo means always lots of fun. It includes various antiques, vintage clothing, handmade craft items, local artists, tango musicians and street food. The market lasts most of the day in the city’s cosmopolitan San Telmo neighborhood.

Contact information:

Telephone:  +54 114852-6900

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