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Ministro Pistarini (EZE) is the second largest airport in Argentina and is based in Buenos Aires. You can fly to 57 destinations with 29 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.
Flights are departing from one of its 2 terminals (Terminal A and C). The most frequently departed route is the route to Sao Paulo (GRU) in Brazil with an average of 46 flights from Ministro Pistarini every week which is 10% of all weekly departures. The most popular domestic destinations are Ushuaia (USH) and El Calafate (FTE). The two longest flights are Buenos Aires (EZE) to Amsterdam (AMS) that takes around 13 hours and 15 minutes and Buenos Aires (EZE) to Frankfurt (FRA) with a flight time of 13 hours and 15 minutes.
Aerolineas Argentinas is the largest airline here by counting the number of departures with around 130 scheduled take-offs every week. The second largest operator from Ministro Pistarini is LATAM Airlines. Boeing 747 is the largest aircraft operating here among other big planes such as the Boeing 777 and the Airbus A350. The aircraft types with most scheduled flights are the Boeing 737 and the Airbus A31X/32X.
The route with the longest flighttime from Buenos Aires (EZE) is to Rome (FCO) and takes about 13h 15min with a Airbus A330
Based on number of scheduled departures next month.
Based on number of scheduled departures next month
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