Buenos Aires Ezeiza International Airport
Ezeiza International Airport, also known as Ministro Pistarini International Airport, is Argentina's main international gateway, serving the Argentine capital and second largest city in South America, Buenos Aires. The airport is located in Ezeiza Partido, 22km south of the Buenos Aires CBD, and serves as Aerolineas Argentina's international hub. Brazil's TAM Airlines and Gol offer a number of services to Ezeiza, which is also served by most major flag carriers in the Americas, as well as a handful of European and Gulf carriers either directly, or with intermittent stops in Brazil. Ezeiza's recently opened Terminal B serves as a hub for Aerolineas' international routes and its SkyTeam partners. The airport is operated by Aeropuertos Argentinas 2000.
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