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Aeropuerto Internacional de Ezeiza - Ministro Pistarini (EZE)

Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE)

(Aeropuerto Internacional de Ezeiza - Ministro Pistarini)
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  • Martin V.
    "Good bye!!!! Argentina!! Hello NYC!!"(7 Tips)
    Francisco A.
    "Great Dutty Free shopping"(5 Tips)
    Fluying
    "Hay qué lindo (cute), ese es mi color favorito..!!"(33 Tips)
    Ryan U.
    "Fast wi-fi at Air Coffee, near gate 4. The pw is aircoffee."(3 Tips)
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  • Pon K.
    Pon KatteraDecember 1, 2012
    Phone company "Personal" has a data plan deal - 10 Pesos for a SIM card + 1 Peso per day for data (like $US 8 for a month). Not the fastest but it works all round Argentina. Buy it outside the airport
  • Gustavo H.
    Gustavo HüningApril 18, 2013
    Everything here is expensive. If you want to eat cheaper, get out and walk 5min to your right side. You'll reach a BR Gas Station. There you have sandwiches, sodas, juices, etc with a better price!
    Upvoted May 5
  • Leonardo U.
    Leonardo UedaFebruary 18, 2015
    The new terminal is small, but the free Wi-Fi is a good point, even if each hour you need to reconnect again. Otherwise it's worth other bigger airports have a very limited wi-fi compared to here
  • Gustavo A D.
    Gustavo A DNovember 11, 2013
    In La Plata you'll find the tallest gothic cathedral, the 2nd most important lyric theatre, the only one roofed stadium and stay in UNICO ECO HOTEL/HOSTEL. www. Hostelunico.com or call (221) 423-2626
  • Joakim J.
    Joakim JardenbergMarch 10, 2015
    It may not look like it, but SSID "AA2000-Personal" is a free public WiFi. Connect, open web browser, add email, accept terms and you're online. Works like a charm.
  • Néstor S.
    Néstor Suárez (NESUA)September 16, 2013
    TO BUENOS AIRES: Don't take the taxis outside the airport, look inside for "TAXI EZEIZA OFICIAL" is cheaper (50min) OR take bus "MANUEL TIENDA LEON" (40% value of taxi, 50 min, only to Retiro/PMadero)
  • Alexis T.
    Alexis ThanasoulasOctober 28, 2012
    Be nice and keep calm because the total lack of friendliness will make you mad, at every shop and especially at the Amex Lounge where a smile seems to be a perceived as a weakness...
  • Nuk C.
    Nuk ChoDecember 10, 2014
    Bad mood staffs. No free official wifi around the exit. Exchange rate here is very poor. Anyway, it's a very small and tranquil airport. The locals know it as Ezeiza, not Ministro Pistarini.
  • Gianfranco G.
    Gianfranco Gipponi PessoaSeptember 25, 2014
    You can spend your unused pesos at the duty free shops where they have to give you the official exchange rate, which can be advantageous for most of the tourists.
  • Tanya V.
    Tanya VOctober 14, 2014
    Had a lovely check-in and boarding experience. Just go upstairs to the gates to escape from the hectic rush and enjoy shopping and a glass of wine
  • Mrs J.
    Mrs JAugust 28, 2014
    When flights from Florida arrives it's all chaos. Lines are huge and move slow since they bring a lot of stuff and lots of people sneak on the lines for the AFIP check.
  • Francisco A.
    Francisco AguirreOctober 14, 2013
    Very confortable and "traveler friendly" airport .. Always glad to arrive to Buenos Aires via Ezeiza .. Great Dutty Free shopping as well .. so save some USD's for last ..
  • Eduardo H.
    Eduardo HonoratoApril 8, 2012
    Nothing to do. People really rude and are always trying to take advantage of you. be aware that taxi drivers are the worst thieves in town. Always use o smartphone gps or a map and check the fares.
  • Gustavo H.
    Gustavo HüningApril 25, 2013
    Terminal B is beautiful! It looks like the Europeans; it has open wifi!! =))) The neg con is it has few wall sockets available. You'll need an adapter because they follow the Australian patern.
  • Jennifer G.
    Jennifer GalvinJanuary 22, 2011
    Don't trust the yellow and black taxis - they charge alot and when you give them money they swap your high bills out for 1 dollar bills and claim you shortchanged them so you give them even MORE money
  • Agenor C.
    Agenor CastroNovember 17, 2010
    Use the taxi booth IN the terminal. Look for the fixed rate. Do Not use taxis outside the terminal (the yellow and black ones) even if they have their booth..
  • Douglas O.
    Douglas OMay 27, 2014
    Most rude staff I have yet to encounter. Mass chaos, attitude and policies that don't make sense. No water can be brought on board either. Best thing about this airport, leaving.
  • Marc M.
    Marc MunierFebruary 18, 2013
    When you arrive the customs & passport queues can take hours. Don't join the queue by the duty free walk along it at the end are much shorter queues
  • Martin O.
    Martin OhrwaschelFebruary 11, 2012
    Be aware, do not get Pesos at the currency exchange stands in this airport, the rates are up to 30% lower than what you can get in the city. THEY ARE A TOURIST TRAP.
  • Cletis
    CletisJanuary 15, 2015
    The baggage limit on many airlines is two bags totaling 23 Kilos or 56 lbs Approx. Remind them you started on an international carrier and they will usually waive the excess baggage charge.
  • Bettina M.
    Bettina MelendezJanuary 4, 2015
    If you have dollars or euro's you can exchange them at the unofficial exchange houses for a rate of approx 15 pesos per euro. Ask your hotel for info!
  • Antoine S.
    Antoine SoussalineDecember 24, 2012
    ARNet's wifi gateway is a disgrace. Make sure you have pen and paper ready to write down your login details because you're automatically logged-out after paying.
  • Jason L.
    Jason LeeMay 13, 2013
    They don't provide any electrical outlets in the prescreened area but you can find a free powerstrip on the luggage security wrapping kiosk to the far left of the terminal.
  • Ben R.
    Ben RosenbergMarch 20, 2011
    Tucked away in Gate 2 is the jewel of network names, "linksys", hop on for free Wifi! 4sq users unite to circumvent EZE's not so EZE Wifi situation.
  • Ade A.
    Ade AracenaMarch 16, 2014
    Incredible hostile inmigrations and security personnel if you have an Usa passport or Ue it seems to be worst. You have to declare even your own cellphone? Crazy!
  • Piotr K.
    Piotr KruczekOctober 15, 2012
    Slow but free wifi internet better than nothing and if you haven't got 3m long cables to plug in be ready for sitting on the floor
  • Cray C.
    Cray CraysonFebruary 15, 2011
    Americans, Australians and Canadians, be prepared to fork over $140 to enter the country (details USA centric but similar fee for all.)
  • Luqman H.
    Luqman HAugust 17, 2014
    excellent lounge with comfortable sofas and a quiet rest area good for naps before a long haul. not much to eat here however
  • Manja K.
    Manja KochannekApril 20, 2013
    New iNternational terminal, very nice, huge shopping area, including Victoria Secret and lots of food places, including Starbucks.
  • Bettina M.
    Bettina MelendezJanuary 4, 2015
    You can only get around 700 or 1000 pesos per day from the ATM's and you pay a fee of approx 50 pesos per time! This is everywhere...
  • Phil C.
    Phil CioniOctober 31, 2011
    Be aware with the taxis!!!! Some of them try to make you pay much more than the offical price!!! Only take the prepaid taxi on the airport lobby!
  • Jimmy Z.
    Jimmy ZhuOctober 21, 2012
    Honestly, the duty-free is not worth it unless you want to use the last of your pesos, which may aggressively devalue if you hold onto them
  • Shreya C.
    Shreya ChaudhariAugust 19, 2014
    This is a nice airport with a very nice duty free section with lots of variety as well as free wifi!
  • Iain G.
    Iain GrantJune 12, 2014
    Great coffee at DON, terminal C departures. AP 27.00 (US$3.30), free wifi across terminal.
  • Jim F.
    Jim FentonApril 7
    Don't try to access your email from iPhone using airport WiFi. It only allows web applications or other things, like Swarm, that use the same ports.
  • Matt M.
    Matt McGowanAugust 10, 2013
    exchange as little money as possible at the airport. you get 5.5 pesos to the dollar versus 8.5 in the city (just ask your hotel concierge where to go)
  • Fernando D.
    Fernando Del RíoFebruary 25, 2014
    Very poor facilities. Free Wifi (and not so good) only in Terminal C. Avoid changing money here. Look for an "arbolito" with blue dollars
  • Gabriel H.
    Gabriel HernandezOctober 27, 2013
    Free Wifi? Go near to the gate 9 and select Lounge Star Alliance. User is "buenosaires" password "buenosaires". Enjoy!
  • Kaleel S.
    Kaleel SakakeenyApril 16, 2011
    Beware of being sprayed and told its bird crap, theen being helpfully wiped off by a male and female team.. and having your wallet lifted! Read more
  • Bijan Y.
    Bijan YoungJanuary 13, 2015
    One of the better s American airports. More facilities and services as you'd expect of an international airport
  • Crow N.
    Crow NorlanderMay 2, 2015
    Terminal A free wifi protip: rotate your phone to landscape to reveal the email address textbox and submit button required to authenticate
  • Brian S.
    Brian SipDecember 30, 2012
    Visa fees can be paid under the escalators. Despite the support website claim that they accept cash, it's DEFINITELY credit card only.
  • Roger S.
    Roger SchultzMarch 7, 2012
    Dont exchange money in Global Exchange They WILL RIP YOU OFF instead go to "Banco Nacion" (state oficial bank) They have REAL rates ;)
  • Beau
    BeauNovember 16, 2013
    Duty free is an absolute rip-off. Do not plan to buy wine or chocolates here, the prices are ridiculous!
  • Rebecca K.
    Rebecca KrummelDecember 2, 2014
    If you arrive on a Sunday make sure to have cash with you as the ATMs could be empty.
  • Alberto d.
    Alberto de PaolaAugust 18, 2014
    Free wifi network is AA2000-Personal. It requires login, so check your notifications for it!
  • Adventure World South America
    Welcome to Buenos Aires, if you need any help during your stay in BA, dont hesitate to contact us!
  • Juan D.
    Juan DiezJune 22, 2012
    Expensive and bad food, free WiFi makes up for an overall so so experience in a recently renovated airport.
  • Raizza S.
    Raizza SilvaAugust 23, 2011
    If ur outside, in front of manuel tienda bus stop ( terminal c) theres free wifi - no password required
  • Rodger J.
    Rodger JunkesMay 7, 2011
    If you want to use free wi fi, just go to Barra Cafe upstares. Good coffe also.
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