A) ARRIVING AT PUERTO IGUAZÚ AIRPORT THROUGH BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
There are two airports in Buenos Aires: Ministro Pistarini Ezezia (EZE, international) and Aeroparque Jorge Newbery (AEP, domestic) which are 34 Km apart. International flights arrive at Ministro Pistarini international airport (EZE) which is in Ezeiza, around 35 Km southwest of Buenos Aires.
Aerolineas Argentinas offers direct fights to Puerto Iguazú (IGR) more frequently from the domestic airport (Jorge Newbery (AEP) but there are options to fly directly from Ministro Pistarini Ezezia (EZE) too. You can also find low cost airlines providing the same route. Always check if these flights include luggage.
For more information, please see Aerolíneas Argentinas website (https://www.aerolineas.com.ar/) and/or visit https://www.aa2000.com.ar/iguazu.
Transfers between Ministro Pistarini Ezezia (EZE, international) and Aeroparque Jorge Newbery (AEP, domestic)
You can transfer between airports by taxi, shuttles or public bus.
The quickest way to get from EZE to AEP is by taxi. You will find taxi stands right after you pass customs (before exiting to the public area) where you can hire taxis on the spot, and pay in advance with your credit card. We recommend these services.
You can also take a direct shuttle bus between airports. Services depart hourly, and operate every day. Find more information at https://www.tiendaleon.com/ where you can also book in advance although it is not necessary.
We don’t recommend taking the public bus since it will take approx. 2hs 30 to get to AEP.
Arriving at Puerto Iguazú airport (IGU)
When arriving at Puerto Iguazú airport, you will find well organized shuttle buses and taxis that travel to Puerto Iguazú city in 35 min. You can also previously arrange transfers with “Turismo Cuenca del Plata” which provides quick and safe transportation to your hotel in Iguazú (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We don’t recommend taking the public bus, this can make the trip a bit of a hassle, to get on and off with luggage, especially if it is peak time and the bus is packed with locals traveling for work on nearby.