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Buenos Aires Airports: Best airports of 2020

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There is the following list of best Buenos Aires Airports.

Buenos Aires Airports in San Fernando

The airport in San Fernando is one of several international airports in Argentina. The airport located two kilometers from the center of San Fernando.

The total area of ​​the airport is 190 hectares. The length of the airport runway is about 1900 meters.

The history of the airport began in 1929, when, by decree of the president, 133 hectares of land allocated for the construction of the airport. In 1950, the airport became international. Since then, a lot of work has done to expand and modernize the airport.

Currently, the airport intended for general aviation and the activities of flight schools.

Moron Airport

Moron Airport is one of the airports in Argentina.

The airport located in Moron, province of Buenos Aires. It opened in the 1940s on lands donated to the state by the Merlot Gomez family. The area of ​​the airport is 439 hectares.

In 1948, the massive airport building was opened, which was used only for a year, after which the Ezeiza airport opened, and Moron airport ceased to be international. Before the opening of Ezeiza International Airport, Moron Airport was Argentina’s main airport.

Now at the airport is the National Institute of Civil Aviation and the National Museum of Aeronautics of Argentina.

Rio de la Plata Airport

Rio de la Plata Airport is one of the airports in Argentina.

It located five kilometers from the center of La Plata in the province of Buenos Aires. The airport has a passenger terminal measuring 60 square meters and two runways with a length of 1,427 and 1,100 meters.

Now La Plata airport serves mainly flight schools, as well as charter and private flights. Also, the airport is a base of aircraft designed to deal with fires.

In 2012, work began on expanding and restoring the airport runways. After carrying out these works, La Plata airport will be able to take large planes.

Ezeiza Airport

Minister Pistarini Airport, also known as Ezeiza Airport, is Argentina’s largest international airport.

The airport was designed and built by Argentinean engineers and architects from 1945 to 1949. The first civilian flight to London was in 1946. The construction of this airport was one of the projects included in the five-year plan by President Juan Peron during his first presidency. At that time, Ezeiza Airport was the largest airport in Latin America.

The airport is located 35 kilometers from Buenos Aires, at an altitude of 20 meters above sea level. Ezeiza Airport can be reached by a city bus, which leaves every half hour from 4 AM to 9 PM. A bus ride to the city takes 40 minutes. You can also use a minibus or taxi.

Jorge Newbury Airport

Jorge Newbery Airport located in Buenos Aires. It got its name in honor of the Argentine pilot Jorge Newbery.

Initially, this airport was the main in Buenos Aires for domestic flights, but since March 2010, new flights to Paraguay, Brazil, and Chile have appeared.

The airport is located 2 kilometers from the north-eastern center of Buenos Aires, at an altitude of 5 meters above sea level. The area of ​​this building is 138 hectares. There is one terminal at the airport. Also there you can find cafes, restaurants, souvenir shops, a Wi-Fi network is available. There are several hotels near the airport.

Palomar Airport

Palomar Airport is a military airport in Argentina. The airport is the base of the first air force of the Argentine air force.

The airport is located 18 kilometers west of Buenos Aires, near the El Palomar station of the San Martin railway line, at an altitude of 18 meters above sea level.

There is one runway at the airport. Its length is 2210 meters and a width of 50 meters.

Palomar Airport used as the second (after Ezeiza International Airport) alternate airport for flights from Jorge Newbery Airport during the repair of the airport runways in 2010.

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