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EZE Gate Connections DISCUSSION

what gate is Delta airline and what gate is American coming in from the US.
Which is the best connex, when I am arriving on Lufthansa and want to continue to Santiago, what is the minimum transfer time required in EZE? Are those flights to Santiago departing on same terminal?
Hi. I’m arriving with Norvegian (from Cph). Arrive 8.15am (international). Had to Continue to Salta (domesticere flight). I Bring a bike with me. Should it be possible to take; 12.10 or 14.25?
I will return from Cordoba (domestic), and had a plane to Europe (Norwegian returning to Copenhagen) at 11.30 Am. If i’m arriving to Bue 9.35 am (3 Houers before) is that ok? I had to check a bike in.
Bedt regards
I will arrive on April 28 from Amsterdam at 05:55 AM and need to catch a connecting flight to Rosario, which departs at 06:45 AM. I'm afraid that I don't have enough time to pickup my bagage, enter through customs and be in time for boarding. Do you agree? And if so: what is your advise?
I am landing in EZE on American at 7:35 am from the US and wondering if there is any way to make an 8:10 am flight to Brazil on Gol airlines, with both in the international terminals?
coming in on aerolinas argentinas from Cordova at 8:30 pm to catch a United 9:20 p.m. departure for Houston. Not having been to the EZE terminal, will I have enough time to catch the flight and my bags get on? Not sure how long the customs and security is or if the two terminals are far apart?
I will be flying on DL 101 from Atlanta to EZE on Feb 4 morning. Which terminal will it arrive at? We are meeting friends.
Delta is now in Terminal A next to KLM. As of Jan 16 when we flew EZE - ATL, there are no signs on the road to the terminals telling riders and drivers where the airlines are located. Taxi drivers are clueless. Best bet: call your airline and confirm which terminal they use for checkin.
When arriving at ATL from an international flight, regardless of airline, you land at either Concourse E or Concourse F (for Delta it would be E), where you go through emigration /customs clearance procedure. Delta uses Concourses T, A, B & C of the Domestic terminal. I suggest you open www.ifly.com/ then click on 'Terminal Map' under QUICK LINKS and scroll down to very the detailed text.