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Cheap flights to Argentina and the latest deals for 2021
Touch down in Argentina using this simple flight guide for your next South American adventure.
Make your once-in-a-lifetime journey to Argentina as sooth as possible by choosing the right airline to fly with, learning when to book to secure the best prices and choosing the most convenient airport transfers when you get there.
The largest airport in Argentina, where you’ll most likely fly into from Canada, is Ministro Pistarini International Airport, more commonly known as Ezeiza International Airport, and is located in Greater Buenos Aires.
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How much are flights to Argentina?
On average, you can expect to pay between $1,200-$1,400 from major cities across Canada for a flight to Buenos Aires.
If you’re lucky enough to score a sale fare, you may pay as little as half of that.
When is the cheapest time to fly to Argentina?
Travelling to Argentina during the cooler months, from May to September, will likely bring you the lowest fares. Since the southern hemisphere’s winter is Argentina’s off-season, there’s less demand for fares. Don’t let the idea of winter put you off though. The average temperature in Buenos Aires in July is still a balmy 15C. If you’re also planning on heading to Iguazu Falls, temperatures sit in the very comfortable mid-20s.
How far in advance should I book my flights to Argentina?
It comes as no surprise that booking last minute flights will not get you the best deal. The closer to your travel dates, the higher the price will likely be. We recommend keeping an eye on flight sales for the best prices, which may mean booking a few months in advance.
If you’re not too picky with your travel dates, you can save a few hundred dollars by pushing your travel dates back or forward slightly.
Frequently asked questions about flights to Argentina
How long does it take to fly to Argentina?
You can only fly direct to Argentina from Toronto, but can fly there with just one stop from other cities across Canada. The following times are the shortest available ones we could find, but the actual length of your trip will depend on the date and availability of flights.
In some cases, a two-stop flight may actually get you to Argentina quicker than a one-stop fare.
- Vancouver: 16 hours (one stop)
- Calgary: 17.5 hours (one stop)
- Toronto: 14 hours (direct via Santiago)
- Montreal: 14 (one stop)
- Halifax: 15.5 hours (two stops)
Which airlines fly to Argentina?
The only airline to fly direct to Argentina from Canada is Air Canada, with Toronto being the only departure point. The flight from Toronto does stopover in Santiago de Chile on the way to Argentina, but it is the same flight number. You can connect from other cities across the country for a one-transfer journey.
Price-wise, you may find it’s cheaper to book a flight with a connection in the US, which will require you to go through US customs along the journey.
Where is the airport located in Argentina?
Flights coming directly from Canada will land at Ezeiza International Airport, the largest international airport in the country. Reaching the airport from Buenos Aires’ city centre will take approximately 45 minutes, as the airport is located in the Ezeiza Partido in Greater Buenos Aires.
Domestic and some international flights from other nearby countries will arrive and depart from Jorge Newbery Airport. This smaller airport is located 25 minutes from Buenos Aires’ city centre, which is convenient if you’re flying domestically or to a nearby destination.
Depending on where you’re travelling to in Argentina, you may want to compare prices of flights to other major airports including Cordoba, Mendoza and Puerto Iguazu.
How long does it take to get to the airport in Buenos Aires?
From Buenos Aires city centre, it will take you approximately 45 minutes to get to the airport. The most comfortable way be transported to and from the airport is by taxi. Reputable names include Taxi Ezeiza and Remis Car.
The cheapest option is to travel via public transport. You can catch a bus to and from the airport, which will drop you off at the terminal or downtown Buenos Aires. The company is called The Manuel Tienda León Bus Company and you can buy tickets in the arrivals hall at the airport. Another option is to book a shuttle in advance, though you can book this when you land too.
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