Buenos Aires M. Pistarini Intl

About The Airport

Also known as Ezeiza International Airport, this is Argentina's largest international airport by number of passengers, and a hub for international flights. It has 3 terminals within walking distance of each other.


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There is free Wi-Fi at Buenos Aires International.

Airport Information

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Getting to and from the airport

The airport is 35 km from central Buenos Aires.

Taxi - taxis are based outside Arrivals. Travelers are strongly advised to use official black-and-yellow Buenos Aires EZE taxi cabs. Chauffeured cars (Remises) are also available - they are basically unmetered taxis, and fares should be negotiated in advance.

Bus - a half-hourly service from Ministro Pistarini to Buenos Aires runs between 05.00 and 21.00. Travel time is approximately 45 minutes.

Train - there's no direct rail link between the airport and the city, but there is a railway station in the nearby town of Ezeiza, and buses connect the town to the airport.

Hotel shuttle - several hotels - such as the Holiday Inn - provide a free shuttle service to and from the airport.

Car rental - car rental desks can be found in the area that connects Terminals A and B.

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Short and long-stay parking is available. There's a multistory parking lot opposite Terminal A and a smaller covered space opposite Terminal C, along with an open-air parking lot outside Terminal B.
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Transit and in-airport hotels

The airport's 3 terminals are connected by walkways.

There are no in-airport hotels.

Healthy Travel Tip

Travelers have complained that the airport is very cold at times - so it might be best to keep an extra layer in your hand luggage just in case.

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