Passenger guide - Aeroparque Jorge Newbery airport (AEP) 

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Aeroparque Jorge Newbery airport (AEP)

Jorge Newbery airport, also known as Aeroparque and opened in 1947, is the busiest airport in Argentina regarding domestic flights. It also operates with some international flights to and from neighboring countries.

Official Website: aa2000.com.ar
Number of Terminals - 2 - Terminal A and Terminal B. Open 24 hours a day and situated next to each other.
Annual passenger traffic: 13.8 million passengers went through it in 2017.
Tel: +54 115 480 6111. Information desks are located in the Arrivals Hall and open from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm. On the ground floor there is also a tourist office (Tel +54 114 771 0104), available from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.

 

  Location

The airport is located 3 km (1.8 miles) to the northeast of Buenos Aires city centre, on Costanera Avenue and next to La Plata River.

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There are car rental counters in the public area of sector A2.

Alamo (Tel +54 11 810 9992 5266 / 5480 3460 - 7:00 am to 11:00 pm)
Avis (Tel +54 11 810 9991 2847 / 4776 3003 - 6:00 am to 11:15 pm)
Hertz (Tel +54 11 810 2224 3789 / 4777 3777 - 6:00 am to 10:00 pm)
Localiza (Tel +54 11 4845 0072 / 800 999 2999 - 6:00 am to 0:00 am)

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The airport has a currency exchange bureau (6:00 am to 0:00 am), ATMs, public telephones and free Wi-Fi access. The Aeropuertos VIP Club lounge is located in sector A1, next to the check-in counters, and opens from 6:30 am to 11:00 pm; the maximum stay is 3 hours and it offers preferential parking, fast immigration procedures, baggage assistance, bar, refreshments, Wi-Fi, reading material, TV, showers (accessible with VIP Club membership or by paying at the door - USD50.00).

Food and Drinks

- Wide offer of restaurants, cafés (open 24 hours a day), fast food outlets, bars and icecream stores scattered throughout both terminals.

Shopping

- Duty-free goods in sectors A and A1, in addition to stores selling electronic devices, clothing and accessories, books, perfumes, cosmetics, newspapers and magazines, jewellery, regional products. Convenience stores in the Arrivals Halls.

Baggage

- Trolleys are available in both terminals. Enquiries about lost property should be directed to the airport security police, in sector C, Mondays through Fridays from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm (Tel +54 114 514 1541 ext. 777).

Other Services

- Pharmacy, chapel, shoeshine.

 
 

Taxi

 - Remises (VIP cabs) are available, and they are operated by the government of the city of Buenos Aires. Ranks are found at the exit from Terminal A. Official operators are Manuel Tienda León (Tel +54 114 314 3636 / 315 5115 / 810 888 5366), Transfer Express (Tel +54 115 811 1986 / 800 444 4872), Trans Air (Tel +54 111 524 156 045 / 047) and Mundo Remís (Tel +54 114 776 4300). The trip to the city centre takes 10-20 minutes, depending on traffic.

 
 

Being inside the city, there are many hotels located in the airport surroundings. Some of them provide shuttle services for their guests. Hotel Aeroparque Inn & Suites (Tel +54 114 803 6002), Awwa Suites & Spa (Tel +54 113 966 0000), The Migueletes Plaza (Tel +54 114 899 2153), Dazzler Polo (Tel +54 115 217 5799), Hotel Pampa Plaza (Tel +54 114 789 9561), Golf Tower Suites & Apartments (Tel +54 114 786 1542), Tré Design Apartments (Tel +54 116 379 7866), Maitre Hotel Boutique (Tel +54 114 771 4722), FLAAT del Polo (Tel +54 810 345 7600), Hotel 248 Finisterra (Tel +54 114 773 0901).

 
 

Opposite the terminals there are outdoor spaces and a multi-storey, covered car park for short- and long-term parking. The first 15 minutes of stay are free. Rates

 
 

Facilities include ramps, elevators, adapted toilets and telephones, and reserved parking spaces. The airport's customer service can provide special assistance and wheelchairs.

 
 
Latest updates: September, 12, 2018
 
 
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