Buenos Aires is the number one tourist destination in South America, but its airports also serve as a hub for domestic air travel. Three airports handle the city’s air traffic, but most international tourists will only use the primary international airport, Ezeiza.
Since I have only used EZE airport myself, I have written a thorough review/guide below and have provided basic information about the city’s largest and primarily domestic airport, Jorge Newbery.
Ezeiza International Airport (EZE)
While it doesn’t earn the crown of busiest airport in Argentina (which goes to the domestic airport in Buenos Aires), Ministro Pistarini International Airport is the country’s primary international airport. Due to its location in the Ezeiza community south of Buenos Aires, the airport is most commonly referred to as Ezeiza International Airport. It has three terminals lettered A, B and C. Terminals A and B are connected. Entry into the airport is via terminals A and C, with about a 10 minute covered outdoor walk/roll separating the two entrances.
Departures hall at Buenos Aires EZE Airport.
I have compiled a list of airlines and their associated terminals for you here. Please check with your airline for the most up-to-date information on terminal and gate assignments.
- Terminal A — [...]