Cordoba Pajas Blancas International (COR) Airport

Cordoba Pajas Blancas International COR Airport Overview

Cordoba Pajas Blancas Airport COR - officially named 'Aeropuerto Internacional de Cordoba 'Ing. A. Taravella', but internationally referred to as 'Pajas Blancas' or 'Cordoba Airport' - is Argentina's third-largest international airport, serving central Argentina. It is operated by Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 S.A.

COR Airport is located 11 km northwest of downtown Cordoba, the provincial capital, and is accessible via motorways A5 or D4.

With two runways and a yearly estimated 1.5 million passengers, Cordoba Pajas Blancas Airport is served mainly by South & Central American airlines & charters, as well as by Spain's Iberia Airline, offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.  Aerolineas Argentinas can be contacted at (5411) 4340-777 or 7800 - or visit aerolineas.com.

NOTE: At present, the Airport charges passengers of Australia, Canada & the U.S a so-called 'Reciprocity Fee' (which their citizens would have to pay if entering these countries). For passenger informaton call +54 (11) 5480 6111.
International Arrivals need to have a valid passport (including babies & children) and spouses need to show marriage certificate or birth certifiate of their children traveling with them. If children travel only with one of their parents or are unaccompanied, they need to submit an authorization properly certified by the Court or a Notary Public.
The Meeting Point /Information Desk is located in Terminal A, to the right, near the entrance, manned by trained staff with multiple languages.  It is open 24/7 (tel. 5480-2790)

Cordoba Pajas Blancas now has two passenger terminals - TA & TB - each with their own parking facility.  On arrival at the new three-level passenger terminal, you will find that English is generally understood and immigration and customs are efficient and friendly. The spacious terminal can accommodate up to 2.4 million passengers. In general, security checkpoints are quick, unless you carry something suspiciously pointing to drug smuggling, which has to undergo chemical analysis, by which time you may have missed your flight. Internet access is available, however shopping is limited.
At present, most airlines use the C sector, while flights to Lima, Rio de Janeiro & Porto Alegre presently operate from the I sector. 
Amenities and services inside the terminal include food & drink and retail concessions, duty-free shop,  free Wi-Fi access, and the VIP Club (tel. 54+11 4852-6469 /6482).
Parking options include a the multi-level parking garage and an outdoor the parking lot.

Future Airport Developments: As in recent years passenger traffic has considerably increased, a new terminal with 6 gates and 4 boarding bridges is proposed. Once completed the boarding & domestic halls will be considerably larger, and so will the baggage claim halls.  No further information is available at this time.


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