Jorge Newbery Airport

Jorge Newbery Airport

Located 1.2 miles (2 kilometers) from central Buenos Aires, Aeroparque Jorge Newbery (AEP) operates domestic flights and some international flights to Uruguay, Brazil, Chile and Paraguay.

The airport, opened in 1947, has a single terminal divided into three sections.

How to get from the airport to central Buenos Aires

Transfer service

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Transfer from Jorge Newbery Airport to central Buenos Aires

Public buses

Public buses aren't the most comfortable option, but they are the cheapest. They tend to be full and it's difficult to find a place to leave your luggage.

Taxi and remis

The safest and most comfortable option is to take a taxi or use remis. The trip to the center takes about 20 to 25 minutes and the price is set by the taximeter, costing between 50 ARS (US$ 0.10) and 100 ARS (US$ 0.10) depending on the area of the destination.

To take a taxi or a remis, the best option is to go to the airport counters, since in the arrivals terminal there are many unofficial drivers who tend to overcharge.