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Jorge Newbury Airport car hire

Jorge Newbery Airfield is smaller than Buenos Aires’ other airport, Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini Airport. The second airport in Argentina’s national capital nonetheless received over 7.5 million passengers in 2010. This airport is situated just under a mile from central Buenos Aires with car hire in Jorge Newbury Airport.

Jorge Newbury Airport facilities

Although this is primarily a domestic airport, direct flights to Paraguay, Chile, and Brazil have been offered since 2010. The airport’s large terminal is subdivided into three distinct sections. Passengers can compare car hire at Alamo, Hertz or Avis. Other amenities include tax-free shopping, currency exchange, conference centers, pharmacy and first-aid services, and many eating options.

Jorge Newbury Airport excursions

This airport overlooks the Rio de la Plata on Costanera Avenue in Palermo, the largest Buenos Aires neighborhood in terms of size. Palermo’s main attractions are a Latin American art museum, Buenos Aires Zoo and the world’s biggest Japanese gardens outside of Japan. The Alto Palermo shopping district and some of Buenos Aires’ trendiest restaurants are found here.

Best time to visit

Buenos Aires is a Southern Hemisphere tropical city whose hottest months are January to February. Refreshing Atlantic Ocean breezes help cool summer’s heat and humidity. Temperatures and crowds both dip in Buenos Aires in springtime (October through December), the best time for a visit. Autumn, between March and May, is considered Buenos Aires’ wettest season, but the city also receives its fair share of rain in August, its coldest month.

Car rental in Jorge Newbury Airport

Great rates for car hire in Jorge Newbury Airport are available online. Aggressive local drivers, scarce parking spaces and restricted driving hours in the Microcentro district make Buenos Aires driving a challenging experience. Driving is far more relaxing in Capilla del Senor, El Tigre and other popular destinations outside Buenos Aires.