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Buenos Aires, C1091AAQ AR

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Buenos Aires, 1023 AR

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Buenos Aires, 1047 AR

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Buenos Aires, C1106 AKA AR

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Buenos Aires, C 1049 AAK AR

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Buenos Aires, C1057 AAK AR

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Buenos Aires, 1058 AR

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Buenos Aires, 1022 AR

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Buenos Aires, 1011 AR

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Buenos Aires, 1054 AR

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Buenos Aires, C1425BUP AR

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Buenos Aires, 1104 AR

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Buenos Aires, 1101 AR

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Buenos Aires, C1009ABQ AR

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About Buenos Aires' Ministro Pistarini International Airport

Buenos Aires' Ministro Pistarini International Airport (IATA: EZE, ICAO: SAEZ) takes its name from Juan Pistarini, who oversaw its construction while serving as vice president during the reign of Juan Peron in the 1940s. Locals also call it Ezeiza Airport, since it's located in Buenos Aires' Ezeiza suburb. Ministro Pistarini is one of South America's largest airports and an important traffic hub for flights into and within South America. It sees almost 9 million passengers a year, and is a major base for Aerolineas Argentinas and LAN Argentina.

Historically, the airport was the site of the 1973 Ezeiza Massacre, a bloody clash between two camps of Peron supporters prompted by Peron's return from Spain. The violence left at least 13 dead.

Ministro Pistarini International Airport has three runways, although one was closed in 1997 and is now used only for airplane parking. It also has three terminals, A, B, and C. Terminal C is a new addition, having opened in July 2011 as part of an ongoing expansion and improvement project that includes a new control tower, repairs to the runways, and enlarged parking facilities.

Terminal A handles most of the international arrivals and departures at the airport, while B is dedicated to some international flights to and from Europe. Some airlines are in the process of transferring international operations to terminal C to relieve crowding in terminal A. Terminal C also services all local flights. There are no transport links between the terminals, but they are located within walking distance of each other.

Most of the airport's amenities are located in Terminal A, including a 24-hour information desk, a bank, a pharmacy, the left luggage and lost property office and storage lockers, and a medical facility. Bureaux de change, restaurants, and bars are available in all terminals. Terminal C also offers free Wi-Fi.

The airport is located approximately 14 miles (22 km) from downtown Buenos Aires along the Ricchieri TGP Autopista. There are no rail links between Ministro Pistarini and the city, but buses run from the airport to destinations in Ezeiza and Buenos Aires, and shuttle buses and taxis into Buenos Aires are also available. Several car rental companies have offices in Terminal A, and each terminal has extensive parking available, although there is no distinction made between long- and short-term parking.