Whether you have a layover, overnight sleepover or you are just quickly passing through, our Buenos Aires Aeroparque Airport Guide is a great place to start planning your visit. Here, you’ll find information on services and facilities available inside the airport – including details about airport lounges, WiFi, mobile charging points, lockers, 24-hour food options, nearby hotels, and everything in between.
On the second level is best across from the food court area (where the promotional displays are) just pick your favourite and set up camp behind it. – cluneyrat
AEP Airport Overview
To help you plan your layover or overnight sleepover, here is a quick run-down about what to expect during your time at Buenos Aires Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Airport.
What to Expect
Buenos Aires Aeroparque Airport (code: AEP) consists of a two-level single terminal building with 22 departure gates located in three Sectors (A, B and C). The terminal hosts plenty of restaurants, cafes, bars and shops on both the airside and landside, with 24-hour cafes and vending providing late-night snacks and drinks for overnight sleepers. WiFi is available and there are plenty of charging areas for mobile devices. Additional comfort can be found through fee-based access to one of the airport’s first class lounges. Please refer to Airport Lounges in the guide below.
Sleeping in Aeroparque Airport
Travellers report that airport staff are friendly and accommodating to overnight sleepers, with some reviewers noting that staff directed them to a floor just above the domestic boarding area as being the quietest spot for sleeping. Armrest-free seating can be found in gate areas, with International gates reportedly having the more comfortable seats. Floor sleepers, with travel mats and/or sleeping bags, tend to stretch out along the windows of the long gate area hallway. For uninterrupted sleep, there are hotels near the airport. See Airport Hotels in the guide below or read some traveller reviews for more tips.
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In this guide we may refer to locations as “landside” and “airside”. Landside is the public area of the terminal located in the non-secure zone, before security. Airside is the secure area of the terminal that you must reach by going through security. For more information on Europe’s Schengen Area, click here.
If sleeping in the airport sounds like a nightmare, there are hotels near Aeroparque Airport:
- Pampa Plaza Hotel – No airport shuttle. » Check Rates
- Urbanica The Libertabor Hotel – No airport shuttle. » Check Rates
For more options, visit Tripadvisor to see a list of hotels near Aeroparque Airport that can be sorted by price, distance, traveller rating and popularity.
Pay-per-use, Single Visit Passes & Lounge Memberships
Regardless of what class of service you are flying, there are lounges that you can enter by paying at the door. Visit the individual lounge page for more details about the lounge itself and to also find out how you can gain lounge access with just an economy class ticket!
- Aeropuertos VIP Club – Location: Main Terminal, Landside, near Check-in area. Showers are available. Lounge Access: Pay at the Door.
Related Pages: Buenos Aires Aeroparque Lounges
Free WiFi is available at Aeroparque Airport. Connect to the “AA_2000” Network.
More Services, Facilities & Things To Do On A Layover At The Airport
ATMs / Cash Machines – Need cash? ATMs are available. Machines are operated by Banco Nación, HSBC, and Santander. Fees may apply, so be sure to check your bank’s fee schedule and your daily withdrawal limit if you are travelling internationally. You may also want to notify your bank of your travel plans. Location: Landside, Sector A / Sector C • Domestic Departures Terminal, first floor.
Chapel – Available on the Ground Floor of the airport, International Arrivals.
Currency Exchange – Information is not available.
Duty Free & Shopping – Duty-free shopping is available in Sector A (International Departures, 1st floor, pre-boarding) and Sector A1 (International Arrivals, landside, baggage reclaim). A variety of other shops are available throughout the terminal.
Food & Drinks – There are a wide variety of food concessions available with varying operating times. These options operate 24/7: Florida Garden • Le Pain Quotidien • McDonald’s • Natural Market • Outback • Tienda de Sabores. Vending machines are also available.
Information Desk – If you have any questions, visit the airport information desk for assistance. Location: Arrivals Hall.
Luggage Storage & Lockers – Not available.
Mobile Charging – Charging stations and power sockets are available airside.
Pharmacy – FarmaCity – Location: Sector A, landside, 1st Floor Departures. Hours: unknown.
Rest Zones – There are no dedicated sleeping areas, quiet areas or rest zones. If this information has changed, click here to update this guide.
Showers – Available in the Aeropuertos VIP Club. See Airport Lounges above.
SIM Cards – A reader has asked us to include where to buy SIM Cards. If you know, click here to update this airport guide.
The airport is open 24 hours.
Do you want to make the most of your stopover or long layover by getting out of the airport to do some sightseeing? Check out our Buenos Aires Airport Layover Sightseeing guide or explore Things to do in Buenos Aires on Tripadvisor.
Buenos Aires Aeroparque airport is served by the following airlines: Aerolíneas Argentinas • American Jet • Flybondi • GOL • JetSmart • LATAM • Paranair • Sky Airlines.
Airport Transportation: Getting To/From The Airport
Buses and Colectivos
Aeroparque Airport is served by Transporte Urbano de Pasajeros bus lines 33, 37, 45 and 160. To board the buses, passengers need a SUBE reloadable card which can be purchased from the Open25 convenience store in the arrivals.
There is also a shuttle bus offered by Manuel Tienda Leon company. Tickets for this shuttle can also be purchased landside in the Arrivals hall.
The following car rental agencies have offices located landside, in the Domestic Arrivals Area: Alamo • Avis • Europcar • Hertz • Localiza.
At the time of this update we were unable to find any hotels that provide airport shuttles. Some hotels can book transfers on your behalf for a fee. See also Airport Hotels above.
Uber is available throughout Argentina. A ride to the city centre will cost you about 2700 ARS (7 euros).
Taxis are readily available in the ground transportation areas, where you will find machines to book your ride and get an estimate of your fare.
Last updated: 2023-08-24
This guide is for informational purposes only to assist with your planning. All information, including rates and hours, is subject to change at any time without notice. The information in this airport guide is based on information collected and/or received from the airports, lounges, hotels, transportation providers, and their websites. We are not representatives of any of the above-mentioned service providers. To report errors or to add/update any items mentioned in the guide: update the airport guide or write a review.