Ezeiza airport (EZE)

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Ezeiza airport (EZE)

Ministro Pistarini International Airport, commonly known as Ezeiza International Airport and opened on April 30, 1949, is the most important in the country regarding international flights and one of the busiest in South America, with flights to the entire American continent, Europe, the Middle East and Oceania.

Official Website: aa2000.com.ar
Number of Terminals - 3 - Terminals A (for international flights), B (with no operations yet) and C (domestic flights). Open 24 hours a day. They are within walking distance from each other.
Annual passenger traffic: 10.3 million passengers went through it during 2017.
Tel: +54 11 5480 6111. There are information desks on the ground floor of terminals A and C.

Location

The airport is located 35 km (21 miles) southwest from the city of Buenos Aires.

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In the Arrivals area of Terminal A there are car rental offices from the following companies:

Alamo/National (Tel +54 11 810 9992 5266 / 5480 5580/5581 - 7:00 am to 11:00 pm)
Avis (Tel +54 11 4480 9387 / 4378 9640 - 7:00 am to 11:15 pm)
Hertz (Tel +54 11 4480 0054 - 7:00 am to 11:00 pm)
Localiza (Tel +54 11 4845 0072 / 800 999 2999 - 6:00 am to 0:00 am)
Sixt (Tel +54 11 5218 7611 - Mondays through Fridays from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm, Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm)

 

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Inside the airport grounds there is a covered, multi-storey facility and outdoor areas in front of the terminals, both available for short- and long-term parking. The first 15 minutes are free. Disabled passengers have exclusive parking spaces and can park for free, by showing their ID and the SIA symbol. The first hour is charged in its entirety if you park more than 15 minutes. Then the fee is rated every half an hour. Rates

 

There are ramps, lifts, adapted toilets, telephones for the hearing-impaired and reserved parking spaces. Passengers requiring wheelchairs should reserve them from their airline in advance.

Parking fee payment exemption for vehicles driven or transfering passengers with disabilities:
To obtain this benefit, the vehicle must have the International Symbol of Access (SIA), fixed or mobile (they must not coexist), and people with disabilities must be present. This condition is indispensable.
Requirements: an ID can be requested in order to verify that the SIA corresponds to the person with disability present in the vehicle; there is no payment exemption if the disabled person is not in the vehicle.