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El Palomar Airport, opened on July 20, 1910, is an aerodrome of military origin, but since the end of the year 2017, it was transformed into a commercial airport thanks to the private initiative of the low cost carrier Flybondi for the concession of the use of the terminal as their base of operations. In this way, it became the third commercial airport in the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires. It operates with flights to several parts of the country and some destinations in neighboring countries.
Official Website: aa2000.com.ar
Number of terminals - 1 - Open 24 hours a day.
Airlines: Flybondi, JetSmart (Tel +54 11 2206 7799).
Annual passenger traffic: 660,000 passengers went through it in 2018.
Tel: +54 11 4758 7963 / 7089.
The airport is located in the city of El Palomar (Morón suburban area), 18 km (11 miles) to the west of the city of Buenos Aires.
There are no car rental agencies inside the terminal. For this reason, booking is advance is recommended.
Food and Drinks- There is a coffee shop in the check-in area and the Departures Hall. In turn, it has a Food Truck that runs from 05 to 22 hs
Baggage- In case of missing luggage, head to the counter of the corresponding airline or to the airport security police.
Some of the closest accommodations include:
Cabaña Tu Descanso (5 km/3.1 miles)
La Gardenia Bed & Breakfast (6 km/3.7 miles)
Espacio Alas (7 km/4.3 miles)
The Palm House (7 km/4.3 miles)
Hotel Munro (7 km/4.3 miles)
On Aviador B. Matienzo Street, in front of the terminal building, there is the parking area of the enclosure, with outdoor, public and rated spaces. At the moment, only car park A is available.
For those passengers requiring special assistance at the airport, it is recommended to arrange the proper services with their airline at least 48 hours in advance. Inside the car park there are exclusive spaces for people with reduced mobility.
Latest updates: February 18, 2020