Buenos Aires Jorge Newbery City Airport AEP
- officially name 'Aeroparque Internacional 'Jorge Newbery'
- is Argentina's second-busiest airport - located in the Palermo neighborhood of northeast Buenos Aires. It is only 2 km from downtown (and 38 km south of Ezeiza Airport - which also handles overseas flights)
City Airport covers an area of 30,000 sq.meters, and operates 24/7.
With one runway and an estimated 11.7M passengers in 2016, Jorge Newbery Airport is currently served by its major airline Aerolineas Argentinas (tel. 54 (11) 4340-7777 / 7800), and many other airlines.
The passenger terminal at City Airport
is divided into sections A, B & C and offers cafes, restaurants, fast-food stalls, bars, a few shops - including some tax-free shops at Sector A. Other services and amenities inside the Terminal include a post office, AM cash machine, currency exchange, WiFi lounges, conference & meeting rooms, mobile phone services, pharmacies, & sealing bags.
A VIP Club Lounge
is available at Sector A1 near the newspaper stand - tel. (54+11) 4852-6469/ 6482 or visit: email@example.com/ar
NOTE: After completion of the Airport Overhaul
- improving its connectivity and boost capacity for international flights - the passenger terminal was officially opened In July 2016 by Argentina's President. Work included the Main Passenger Terminal's expansion and remodeling, and upgrades on the contol tower & runway. The new upgrades will increase international flights and turning the Airport into an Argentine hub.
Flights to Porto Segura and Cordoba-Resistencia started in September 2016.
- Major airlines serving AEP:
Aerolineas Argentinas, Aeromexico, Alitalia, American, Copa, Delta, GOL, LATAM, & United.
is available north & south of the terminal - covered & uncovered - for both short- and long-term use.
- Transportation options
include taxis, limos, shared rides & buses (the City itself has a long-established subway system).