Find the cheapest flight to Argentina

Buenos Aires’ Ministro Pistarini International Airport (airport code EZE) is Argentina’s largest airport. It is actually located in Ezeiza about 35 km from Buenos Aires’ downtown area, so it is also commonly called Ezeiza Airport. Ezeiza Airport is a hub for the international routes of Aerolineas Argentinas.

For a complete list of domestic airlines serving Buenos Aires, see the list on this page and international airlines here. You can track incoming and outgoing flights here. Your shopping options are listed here (choose from the drop down list) and your dining options are here. If you have any money left over, you can peruse the Duty Free shop (information here) before you get on your plane. Your ground transportation choices include bus, taxi and car rental. You can learn about buses here, taxis here and car rentals here.

Be sure to check on these deals on international airfare to Argentina, and then read through our Argentina Travel Guide to figure out what to do and where to stay once you arrive.

More Information on Argentina

Argentina is a big country, so it should not be surprising that you will find plenty to do and see there. Visitors can enjoy Argentina’s incredibly European capital, Buenos Aires, the deserts of Cuyo, the majesty of the Andes mountains, the plains of the central Pampas region and the famous Patagonia region in the south. You can get your city fix in places like Buenos Aires, Cordoba and La Plata. Adventure seekers will want to scale the Aconcagua, the highest mountain outside the Himalayas, but even if your preference is to remain at sea level you can still enjoy the stunning landscapes Argentina has to offer. Some say that Argentina is the most European country outside Europe, but the country’s Latin influence and unique terrain make it a one of a kind place to enjoy yourself on vacation.