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Comandante Espora Airport serves the significant seaport of Bahia Blanca, in the centre of Argentinas east coast. This airport eight miles east of Bahia Blanca is also Argentinas main naval aviation base, and car hire in Bahia Blanca - Airport is easily available to both military and civilian passengers. Aerolíneas Argentinas offers flights to nine different Argentine cities, including two daily flights to Buenos Aires each weekday.
This airport features both a military terminal and a civilian one, which is presently being renovated. A general information desk and a baggage claim area are situated in the civilian terminals downstairs area. The civilian terminal also features shops, a café, a bar, wireless internet access, public telephones, a VIP room and the possibility to compare car hire vehicles at its Avis dealership.
Bahia Blanca is a cosmopolitan city with numerous museums, discos, restaurants, cinemas and pubs. The airport overlooks the white bay for which the city is named. The city also features two zoos and a scenic estuary. The Sierra de La Ventana mountain range, Ernesto Tornquist Provincial Park and the beaches near Monte Hermoso and Pehuén-Có are all just 60 miles away.
Warm Atlantic Ocean breezes make Bahia Blancas year-long humid subtropical climate uncomfortable at times. The citys southern part is substantially drier than its northern side. Thunderstorms are frequent in summer, which lasts from mid-December to mid-March. Night-time temperatures drop dramatically in winter, which begins in mid-June and ends in mid-September. Spring and autumn, when snowfall is rare, are generally pleasant.
The construction of an outer ring road which will allow vehicles to directly access the port without entering the city centre is underway. This route will make driving with car hire in Bahia Blanca - Airport even easier. Several motorways already link Bahia Blanca to its surrounding region and the rest of Argentina. National Route 3, the main motorway, leads south to Ushuaia and north to Buenos Aires. Local drivers tend to drive aggressively and frequently ignore traffic rules, so foreign drivers need to exercise caution.