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Top Deals on Flights from Buenos Aires (EZE)

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Buenos Aires (EZE) - Rome (FCO)

Departure 27/01/2020
Return 28/01/2020
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Buenos Aires (EZE) - Rome (ROM)

Departure 30/01/2020
Return 20/04/2020
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Buenos Aires (EZE) - Milan (MIL)

Departure 12/12/2019
Return 12/01/2020
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Buenos Aires (EZE) - Barcelona (BCN)

Departure 24/12/2019
Return 26/03/2020
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Buenos Aires (EZE) - Madrid (MAD)

Departure 02/12/2019
Return 02/01/2020
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Buenos Aires (EZE) - Tel Aviv (TLV)

Departure 05/02/2020
Return 14/03/2020
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Buenos Aires EZE - Rome (FCO)

Departure 20/11/2019
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Buenos Aires EZE - Rome (ROM)

Departure 26/11/2019
Return 23/12/2019
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Buenos Aires EZE - Madrid (MAD)

Departure 26/11/2019
Return 01/01/2020
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Buenos Aires EZE - Pescara (PSR)

Departure 21/11/2019
Return 27/11/2019
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Traveling from Buenos Aires (EZE)

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Buenos Aires Airport

Buenos Aires’ Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE) is also known as Ezeiza Airport. Located 22 kilometers from the city centre, it is the busiest airport in Argentina. Terminals A – C are ultra-modern in design and offer travelers a comprehensive array of 21st-century amenities.

Getting to the airport

Most connections involve a public transport bus to Buenos Aires Airport from the city center, though dedicated shuttle buses also run. Taxis and limousines are also available, as is car hire. There is a bus between the airport and the nearby town of Ezeiza, from which a train operates to/from Buenos Aires city center. Road transfers are typically faster than the rail route option.