Buenos Aires, Argentina (AR)
Jorge Newbery Airport lies 2km northeast from the city centre of Buenos Aires in the neighbourhood of Palermo.
The two-leveled airport building is seperated into international and domestic areas and has four terminals, which the airport refers to as sectors: A1, A2, B and C. The sectors are closely linked and can easily be reached by foot, with escalators or elevators.
- Arrivals are located on the ground floor
- international and domestic departures are on the first floor
A variety of shops can be found throughout the airport, including duty-free shopping options.
This airport is within Capital Federal and is a 15-30 minute ride from the airport to wherever you are going within the city.
This is a much more reasonable option because Jorge Newbery is in the city proper and therefore the cab ride is much cheaper. The ride should range between $5-12 USD (listed in dollars because of inflation in Argentina) depending on how far you are going. If you are with 1 or 2 friends this is your best option.
There are many lines that pass by Aeroparque Jorge Newbery (33, 37, 45, and 160). The best way to figure out which one to take is to use ComoLlego, the city’s website for getting around. Type in your address and it will tell you which is the most convenient bus. The bus system is quick and runs frequently. The one downside is that sometimes the buses are crowded which can be tricky when you are carrying a lot of luggage.
You will find car hire desks in the arrivals area of the airport. Four agencies are available: Avis, Localiza, Alamo and Hertz.
You can book a car at the airport, or save money by booking online before you travel.
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