Ports of Call
- Buenos Aires
Airports in Argentina
Among the busiest airports in South America, Ministro Pistarini International Airport (also known as Ezeiza International) is the main gateway for travellers going to Argentina. Located 14 miles (22km) southwest of Buenos Aires, the facility handles 85 percent of Argentina's international flights, and serves nearly nine million passengers each year.
Consistently voted among the best airports in South America by Skytrax, Ezeiza International Airport has a good selection of duty-free shops and authentic Argentinean restaurants, as well as massage services, a beauty spa, and a cigar bar. Transportation into Buenos Aires is provided by buses and taxis, bringing the tango halls and world-class theatres within easy reach.
The airport is fairly easy to navigate, but can be very busy at peak times, so passengers should allow plenty of time for transfers and catching flights.
The airport is situated about 18 miles (30km) to the southwest of Buenos Aires.
Getting to the city
Manuel Tienda Leon runs a shuttle-bus to Madero Terminal in the city centre, where smaller shuttle buses connect passengers to final destinations. Rides to the city centre take about 40 minutes to an hour. Public buses are cheaper but can take up to two hours to the city centre.
Metered taxis are available outside the terminal building. Reservations can be made from official booths just outside the customs area; unofficial taxis should be avoided.
Private cars, also called remis, are a reliable option with fixed pre-set prices. They are available for hire on the lower level of both terminals or by phone.
Tel: +54 (0)11 5480 6111.
The airport is located about five and a half miles (9km) northwest of central Cordoba.
Getting to the city
The A5 bus route runs from the airport to the city centre. Otherwise, passengers can take a taxi or minibus.
Tel: +34 957 21 41 00.
Buenos Aires International Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.
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