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Flights from Miami to Buenos Aires

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Departure Tue, 13 Aug Return Fri, 23 Aug
MIA Miami
EZE Buenos Aires
return from $798
Departure Tue, 06 Aug Return Mon, 19 Aug
MIA Miami
AEP Buenos Aires
return from $1,316
Departure Fri, 06 Sep Return Sat, 14 Sep
MIA Miami
EZE Buenos Aires
return from $909
Departure Wed, 07 Aug Return Wed, 21 Aug
FLL Fort Lauderdale, FL
EZE Buenos Aires
return from $1,356
Route information
Great steaks, the tango, modern art, shopping and a pulsating nightlife make Buenos Aires an inviting break.
Local currency and cost comparison
Exchange rate
1.00 USD = 43.47 ARS
US Dollar Argentine Peso
1 ARS = 0.03 USD
Last checked on 21 September 2019
Local, one-way ticket

Trains in Buenos Aires are 81% cheaper than in Miami.

Buenos Aires
Mid-priced restaurant

A meal in Buenos Aires is 54% cheaper than a meal in Miami.

Buenos Aires
Standard daytime start rate

A taxi fare in Buenos Aires is 68% cheaper than in Miami.

Buenos Aires
Regular cappuccino

Coffee in Buenos Aires is 54% cheaper than in Miami.

Buenos Aires
( Miami airports
  • ? Miami International Airport (MIA)
    How far from city center: 6 miles
  • ? Hollywood Intl Apt (FLL)
    How far from city center: 21 miles
  • ? Opa Locka (OPF)
    How far from city center: 11 miles
  • ? Dade Collier (TNT)
    How far from city center: 44 miles
  • ? Miami Public Seaplane Base (MPB)
    How far from city center: 2 miles
  • ? Tamiami (TMB)
    How far from city center: 17 miles
) Buenos Aires airports
  • ? Pistarini (EZE)
    How far from city center: 17 miles
  • ? Jorge Newberry (AEP)
    How far from city center: 2 miles
  • ? El Palomar Airport (EPA)
    How far from city center: 13 miles
L Distance: 4409 miles

Going to and from the airports

Flights from Miami

Miami is an important center for commerce, finance, education, entertainment and culture. It is also known as the 'Capital of Latin America' because of its large Hispanic population. Miami International Airport (MIA) is the main airport serving the city, though there are other smaller airport facilities, but they mostly cater to charter and business flights. MIA has four runways and three terminals (North Terminal, Central Terminal and South Terminal). It is one of the busiest airports in the world with 107 carriers flying to 166 non-stop and one-stop destinations. Apart from the regular amenities of lounges, shops and restaurants, it has also a total of 8,233 parking spaces for cars.

Travelling to Miami airport

The Miami Beach Airport Flyer connects the Miami Intermodal Center (MIC) at MIA and Miami Beach. You can also use bus routes 7, 37, 42, 57, J (110), 150, 238 and 297 to reach MIA. Hotel shuttles and taxis are other options you can take from downtown Miami. Those with mobility issues can contact the Special Transportation Service (STS) for assistance. Another transport option is to use the Tri-Rail, a commuter train that connects Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. If leaving from downtown, go to the Miami Central Station and take the train headed for the airport to catch flights from Miami to Buenos Aires.

Reaching Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is one of the most captivating cities in the world. Boasting a variety of influences like European and Amerindian, the metropolis is just one fascinating hive of activity from wide avenues bursting with people to museums dedicated to beautiful art. Watch a theater performance, shop at its lively markets, admire gorgeous colonial architecture, eat empanadas (patties) or enjoy the juiciest steaks you can imagine. When dusk falls, the city comes to life again in a different sense with lively bars and restaurants serving parrillada (barbecue) and offering dinner shows. Parties are boisterous and the dance floors are crowded with people determined to have a good time.

Getting to the city center

If you are traveling by air, your plane will land at one of two airports serving the city of Buenos Aires. Ministro Pistarini International Airport and Ezeiza International Airport are the primary airports in the city. Several taxi and private transfers are offered at the airport. You can also hop on a bus (take lines 394, 518, 51 and 8), use shuttles and remises (driver and his/her private car). Aeroparque Internacional Jorge Newbery is used for regional and internal flights. Access to the city is gained by taking taxicabs or remises found outside of the Terminal A building. You can also use bus lines 160, 33, 37 and 45 to reach several areas in the city.

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Pistarini - What our customers are saying

3.0 /5
Reviews: 1
3.0 /5
Date 2018-05-30 Age 31-50 City Argentina

As I live in Argentina I know that the Pistarini airport is unfortunately used to having union issues and this was no exception. I had to face a more than 2h long check in only to see how a lot of people were left behind because Latam employees wouldn't appear to check us in. An absolute lack of respect and, of course, a complete negligence and despise to customers that have paid a lot of money and have chosen their flights mostly based in the schedule they need to meet their plans. It was an awful service

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