Buenos Aires International Airport Terminals

Three Terminals in your Service at the Main Airport in Buenos Aires

The Layout of EZE Airport

Ministro Pistarini International Airport has three interconnected terminal buildings. Transfers between terminals are possible on foot, as terminals stand right next to each other. Verily, terminals are connected via walkways, while the walking distance from terminal A to the opposite-side terminal C usually doesn’t exceed 10 minutes.

The Terminal A of EZE Airport

Terminal A is the oldest terminal building of Ezeiza Airport. Still, it opened its doors in 2000 and now serves the majority of international flights, hosting a satisfying variety of shops, restaurants, and lounge options. Spread into two floors, the ground level (planta baja) hosts the Arrivals and the first floor (planta alta) the Departures. 

Note: Terminal A was planned to serve only the arrivals. However, due to the covid-19 pandemic, for the time being, it hosts both departures and arrivals. 

The Terminal B of EZE Airport

Terminal B shares some of its gates with terminal A. EZE airport’s “Zeppelin” -as terminal B is also called referring to its structure and design- was inaugurated in 2013 and nowadays handles both domestic and international flights while housing an appealing food court and a duty-free zone. The terminal has two levels, one for Arrivals and one for Departures.

Note: Terminal B was constructed to host all the airport departures in the future. Nevertheless, for the moment, terminal B remains closed. 

The Terminal C of EZE Airport

Mercedes Sosa terminal -terminal C- was constructed in 2011. The last terminal of EZE Airport shelters domestic flights. In fact, regional journeys handled by smaller air carriers are exclusively served by terminal C. What’s more, it operates international departures of some of the Skyteam airlines. Equipped with duty-free stores, retail shops, cafes, and restaurants, the Mercedes Sosa terminal also houses Aerolineas Argentinas Salon Condor.


How many terminals does Buenos Aires Airport have?

The main airport in Buenos Aires has three terminal buildings. Out of them, terminal A offers the most integrated experience, while terminal B is out of use for the moment. Terminal C is dedicated to regional flights as well as to some international flight departures. Overall, the covid-19 pandemic has hugely affected EZE airport’s functioning. Thus, nowadays, terminals don’t function the way they are supposed to.

Why are there different terminals?

More than one terminal buildings aim at dividing the passenger traffic and the relative needs. In that way, flights are handled more efficiently, passengers are served properly, and the airport functions in a more organized way.

Is the covid-19 pandemic affecting the Ezeiza airport’s functioning?

As expected, the spread of covid-19 has had a large impact on every aspect of our everyday life and, even more so, on the airport’s functioning. Thus, for the time being, EZE Airport uses only terminals A and C. Terminal A handles the vast majority of flights, and terminal C serves only domestic departures.