The Ministro Pistarini International Airport better known as Ezeiza Airport or Ezeiza International Airport, is one of the two commercial airports that serve the city of Buenos Aires. Moreover, it Argentina’s most important international airport. It is situated in the the city of Ezeiza in Greater Buenos Aires, 35 kilometers southeast from the capital city: Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, in English, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. The domestic airport, Aeroparque Jorge Newbery, operates domestic flights to all the cities within the country. There are bus services and taxi services available form one airport to the other.
How to travel by road
In order to travel from Plaza de San Martín (located in San Martín and Libertador streets) to the airport the following route must be taken: in fiirst place the street Calle San Martin, then the avenue named Avenida del Libertador, the avenue Avenida Maipú, Calle Arenales, Avenida 9 de Julio, the 25 de Mayo motorway, Avenida T. G. L. Dellepiane and, finally, T. G. P. Riccheri motorway.
Number of terminals
2 (Terminal A and Terminal B)
Money and communications: there are three banks available, a variety of exchange houses and a mail office. Bars and restaurants: a wide range of bars, restaurants and coffee shops can be found. Shopping: several shops can be found in the airport, including duty free shops. Checkroom and luggage: the checkroom is located next to the information desk in the ground floor of Terminal A. Other facilities: there are two chemist’s shops and a medical center in Terminal A.
Conference and meeting rooms: there are several VIP rooms with restricted access. Other services include check-in desk, computers with Internet connection, fax and television.
Facilities for disabled people: there are facilities for people in wheelchairs, such as ramps, rest rooms and special telephone boxes. Also, there are parking spaces reserved for them.