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Direct (non-stop) flights from Buenos Aires to Atlanta


EZEDeparture

EZE

Ministro Pistarini, Buenos Aires, Argentina Terminal C

10h 30m, 5 045 miles
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ATLDestination

ATL

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Atlanta, United States Terminal I


Weekdays:
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Aircrafts:
Boeing 767-400 Passenger
Airlines:
Flight time:
10h 30m
Route distance:
5 045 miles, 8117 km

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All flight schedules from Ministro Pistarini, Argentina to Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, United States. This route is operated by 1 airline(s), and the departure time is 22:30. The distance is 5045 miles.

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Ministro Pistarini EZE

Ministro Pistarini (EZE) is the second largest airport in Argentina and is based in Buenos Aires. You can fly to 50 destinations with 26 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.

Destinations from Ministro Pistarini

46
 

Number of airlines

38
 

Weekly departures

313
 

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport ATL

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) is the second largest airport in United States. You can fly to 220 destinations with 21 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.

Destinations from Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport

217
 

Number of airlines

26
 

Weekly departures

6063
 

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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

How long does a flight from Stockholm to Doha take, which airport is the busiest and to which terminal will I arrive? Here you can find answers to our most asked questions.

This long-haul flight from Buenos Aires (EZE) to Atlanta (ATL) takes about 10 hours and 23 minutes.
There are 6 direct flights between Buenos Aires and Atlanta every week.
The flight number is DL110 and it's operated by Delta Air Lines.
From Buenos Aires you will fly out from Ministro Pistarini (EZE) and you will be landing at The William B Hartsfield Atlanta International (ATL).
Boeing 767 flies this route operated by Delta Air Lines.
Delta Air Lines have non-stop flights to Atlanta.
Flights are arriving at terminal I at ATL and departing from terminal C at EZE.

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