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Argentina > Airports of Buenos Aires: Ezeiza and Jorge Newbery
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32 airports exist in Argentina that regularly receive commercial flights. Three airports exist in Buenos Aires, the J. Newbery Aero park, Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini International Airport and the Comandante Espora Aero Station, in Bahía Blanca. The most important of them is the Ezeiza International Airport, situated 34 km from the city and it serves a grand quantity of international airlines as well as the national airlines that fly to foreign countries. Although other international airports exist in Argentina they are generally utilized for flights to neighboring countries only. Therefore it is necessary at times to make a connection in Ezeiza Airport to follow through to North America, Europe and other continents. Domestic flights called "cabotaje", whose destine are the interior cities of Argentina arrive and depart from Jorge Newbery Aero park situated approximately 15 minutes from the center of Buenos Aires. On these flights locals should pay an airport fee. For information regarding Argentinean airports, arrivals, departures, information on customs and immigration, visit Aeropuertos Argentina 2000. Airport Taxes Everyone should pay a tax of US $20 to leave the country.

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