Buenos Aires Ezeiza International Airport
Buenos Aires Ezeiza International Airport (EZE), also known as Ministro Pistarini International Airport, is the main international airport serving Buenos Aires, the capital city of Argentina. The airport is located about 22 kilometers (14 miles) southwest of Buenos Aires city center.
Ezeiza Airport is a hub for Aerolineas Argentinas, the flag carrier airline of Argentina, and it also serves as a focus city for several other airlines, including LATAM Argentina and Norwegian Air Argentina.
The airport has two passenger terminals, Terminal A and Terminal B. Terminal A handles most international flights, while Terminal B is used for domestic flights.
There are a variety of services and amenities available at Ezeiza Airport, including duty-free shopping, restaurants and cafes, lounges, currency exchange, ATMs, and more.
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What is airport lounge?
Airport lounge are typically reserved for passengers traveling in premium cabins or those who hold elite status with an airline or credit card. Some lounges may also be available to passengers for a fee. The specific entry requirements for a lounge can vary depending on the airline, the lounge, and the passenger’s status.
If you have a premium ticket or elite status with an airline, you may be able to access a lounge for free. Some airlines also offer lounge access as a perk for certain credit cards.
If you do not have access to a lounge through your ticket or status, you may be able to purchase a day pass to the lounge. The cost of a day pass can vary depending on the lounge and the airline, but it is typically around $50-$60 USD.
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