Prices were available within the past 7 days and starts at NT$8,594 for one-way flights and NT$17,261 for round trip, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
Visit our Customer Service Portal for important information about changing your flights because of COVID-19. Make sure you also look over the terms and conditions of the carrier you’re considering before booking your journey to Argentina.
By using our neat “No change fee” filter, that’s how. Simply type in your origin, destination and dates, click the “Search” button, then click the checkbox directly below the “Flexible change policies” heading (top left of your screen). Expedia makes it simple to find flexible, cheap fares to Argentina.
The COVID-19 outbreak has changed how we travel, but it hasn’t shut down our love of exploring. Here are a few tips on how to tackle travel’s new challenges:
Investigate if any travel restrictions apply to your destination and origin before booking your flight. Also check if there are any requirements you’ll have to follow on arrival, such as health testing.
When you go through airport screening, do not remove your face mask. You will be asked to lower it briefly to confirm your identity. Passengers who refuse to wear a mask may face civil penalties and may also be escorted from the terminal.
To reduce the possibility of cross-contamination, place your boarding pass on the scanner yourself and then hold it up for inspection. Do not hand your pass directly to a TSA officer.
You’re allowed to take one container of hand sanitizer up to 12 oz (350 ml) in your carry-on bag. You’ll have to remove it for screening.
Remove items from your pocket, such as your wallet, keys and phone, and place them in your carry-on instead of into bins. This will reduce handling during screening.
Transport any food items in a clear plastic bag and also place them in a screening bin. Keeping food separate from your carry-on means it’s less likely a TSA officer will need to open and touch your bag for inspection.
With two carriers to select from, getting into or near Argentina is as easy as deciding on your dates. Book your seat with one of the following:
Aerolineas Argentinas - 1709 flights to or near Argentina each month, including 1297 flights to Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Airport (AEP) and 216 flights to Ministro Pistarini Intl. Airport (EZE) per month.
Jetsmart Airlines - 442 flights to or near Argentina each month, including 338 flights to Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Airport (AEP) and 104 flights to Teniente Luis Candelaria Intl. Airport (BRC) per month.
An effective strategy for getting your hands on cheap tickets is to be flexible with your travel dates. Start by searching for your flight to Argentina, then click on the “flexible dates” box for a list of prices for nearby days. Another helpful hint? Book in advance. To give you an idea of costs, NT$17,261 was the best price for a flight to Argentina in the last seven days.
There were plenty of inexpensive fares up for grabs in the last seven days, with the cost of a return flight to Argentina varying between NT$17,261 and NT$21,109. Many lucky travelers locked in one-way seats from Los Angeles (LAX) for just NT$8,594.
Which airport you fly into in Argentina depends on where you begin your journey and where you’re headed. Here’s a list of the leading airports in the region:
Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Airport (AEP) - 1658 flights per month.
Ministro Pistarini Intl. Airport (EZE) - 850 flights per month.
Teniente Luis Candelaria Intl. Airport (BRC) - 299 flights per month.
If you can be flexible with your travel dates to Argentina, leave early in the week. The cheapest day to take off is usually Tuesday, followed closely by Monday. Saturday is typically the costliest day, with many vacationers choosing to fly on the weekend.
In the last seven days, plane fares to Argentina ranged from NT$17,261 to NT$21,109.
In response to the ongoing pandemic, airlines have rolled out extra rules and standards to help their passengers fly with peace of mind. Check out what these carriers are doing:
Aerolineas Argentinas - this airline is known for conducting passenger temperature checks and cleaning with disinfectant.
LATAM Airlines - this airline is known for providing passenger masks and capped capacity flights.
American Airlines - this airline is known for providing passenger masks and cleaning with disinfectant.
With so many exciting things to see and do in Cordoba, it’s little wonder most people kick off their Argentina trip in this happening city. Spend your first couple of days touring big-name attractions like Cordoba Cathedral before looking around some of this place’s lesser-known hot spots.
When you’re deciding what to do on your big adventure, take into account that Cordoba has a humid subtropical climate. Check the highs and lows before you take off so you have an idea of what to expect.
Approximately 193 kilometers to the south of Cordoba, Rio Cuarto also deserves a place on your itinerary. Leading sights at this destination include Regional Historical Museum — be sure to pop it on your sightseeing list.