Ezeiza airport (EZE)

Location details, contact information, airlines, departure and arrival flight status, transportation, facilities and services, parking, special passenger amenities, nearby hotels and answers to passengers' frequently asked questions.


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Buenos Aires Ezeiza airport (EZE)

Ministro Pistarini International Airport, better known as Ezeiza International Airport and opened on April 30, 1949, is the country's most important airport for international flights and one of the busiest in South America, with flights to all of the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

Official Website: aa2000.com.ar

Number of terminals - 3 - International Arrivals Terminal, Departures Terminal and Domestic Arrivals Terminal. Open 24 hours a day. All three are close to each other, so they are accessed on foot.

Annual passenger traffic: 10.3 million passengers passed through it during 2023.

Tel: +54 11 3987 4150 - FACEBOOK - INSTAGRAM - X (TWITTER)

There are information desks on the ground floor of the terminals.


The airport is located in the municipality of Ezeiza, 35 km (21 miles) southwest of downtown Buenos Aires.

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Parking services at Buenos Aires Ezeiza airport (EZE)

The airport has multi-level covered parking and outdoor areas in front of the terminals, with sections for short and long stays. Additionally, there is a waiting area where the first hour is free.

Disabled individuals, in addition to having exclusive spaces, do not pay any fees as long as they present their identification and display the IAS symbol. The first hour is not divided; thereafter, it is divided every half hour.

The airport has 5 sectors: E1 (uncovered), E2 (multi-level memberships), E3 (multi-level), E4 (long-term) and E5 (uncovered). Sector E4 operates only by prior reservation and, being further away from the terminals, it has transportation service to and from them.

Other services include valet parking, free shuttle service between terminals, charging stations for hybrid and electric cars and free mechanical service.

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Facilities for passengers with special needs

There are ramps, elevators, adapted bathrooms, telephones for the hearing impaired and reserved spaces in the parking lots. Passengers requiring wheelchairs must reserve them in advance by contacting their airline. Airport staff are trained to assist deaf individuals, those with Down syndrome, those with reduced mobility, and/or those with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder).

Exemption from parking fee for vehicles driven by or transporting individuals with disabilities.

To obtain this benefit, the vehicle must display the International Access Symbol (IAS) either fixed or mobile (both should not coexist), and the person(s) with disabilities must be present. This condition is essential.

Identification may be requested to verify that the IAS corresponds to the person with disabilities present in the vehicle; the parking fee will not be waived if the person with disabilities is not in the vehicle.



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Latest updates: April 07, 2024