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Flights from Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini

The sultry streets of Buenos Aires are known for their international flavour, but you can discover the origin of those influences by hopping aboard a flight from the city’s main airport. Pop in your destination and date, and tailor your results in ways that suit your travel needs, such as booking with a particular airline, or flying non-stop, or even organising a multi-route trip.

 

However, if you’re undecided on where you’d like to go, and when you’d like to fly, we have ways to spark your imagination. Put ‘everywhere’ in place of a terminus airport, and we’ll provide you with a catalogue of exciting places you can fly to. For your dates, if you’re truly flexible, choose the month you think you’d like to depart with our calendar tool, and watch the days populate themselves with fares. This is an easy way to review the cheapest options, and a handy guide for when certain routes are available to you. Find and reserve your flights with Skyscanner, and you can discover a new culture and world outside of the one you know.

 

Finding flights from Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE)

 

The Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE), also called the Ezeiza International Airport, is the largest aviation hub in the country, and the main gateway for travellers seeking to fly out of Buenos Aires. At 22km south of the main part of the city, and both buses and taxis link Buenos Aires to the airport.

 

You can fly to almost 50 destinations on non-stop routes from this hub, and to places throughout the Americas, out to Australasia, and to Europe.

 

The airport is an important hub for both Aerolineas Argentinas, and the LATAM Group, so you will find most flights out Ministro Pistarini will be operated by these two companies. Other carriers include Avianca, Boliviana de Aviacion, Air New Zealand, Delta, TAM Paraguay, KLM, Cubana, American Airlines, COPA, Air France, Alitalia, and Air Canada.

 

Popular destinations from Ministro Pistarini International Airport

 

Lance some of your wanderlust by seeking the best parts of Argentina, fly to Mendoza (MDZ) as the base of the soaring Andes, and a jumping off point for many who want to chance their luck climbing the tallest mountain in South America, Aconcagua. Or fly to the edge of the world, Ushuaia (USH), right at the tip of the country, deep in Patagonia, and another base for adventurers to sail to the frozen tundra of Antarctica.

 

Then make time to discover the jewels of the South American continent on short-haul flights, to the sultry city of samba, Rio de Janeiro (GIG), the beating heart of Colombia, the city of Bogota (BOG), or to Peru’s Lima (LIM), where you can embark on an adventure to the ancient Incan settlement of Machu Picchu.

 

Your long-haul options from this hub are also excellent, with direct flights taking you out to the pretty streets and canals of Amsterdam (AMS). Get to know this city by marvelling at its extensive art collections in its celebrated galleries, learn about its history in its museums, and enjoy the aesthetics of the town by hopping on a canal boat and sailing down its waterways. On the other side of the world, you’ll find the slick city of Auckland (AKL), New Zealand’s capital. Here, you can enjoy shopping, dining, and the nightlife, while still getting a chance to experience the legendary beauty of this country by spending a day or two on Waiheke Island.

 

Please note that information is correct as of January 2017

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