Location: Seat 1A, Juice pretty much everywhere, Mucci des Coins Exotiques
When you exit the baggage area, you will see several transportation company booths. Stop and one and negotiate a fee for AEP. If you want air conditioning, tell them so. It's been a while since I did this, but I'm guessing about $30 USD? It's a long drive through traffic (depending on the hour).
30 mins is about right from driving off to stopping at aep. i want 3 hrs from arr-dep min to give some cushion, customs can take a while ...some say 4 hrs should be sked [which i do when shooting, because of the additional time fot gun clearence]..as in all major cities, traffic can be a problem....btw, newberry is known as aeroparque? in ba....i remember getting a taxi there & saying i wanted to go to newberry & got a blank look until i said the magic word.
don....i'm practicing to be a grouchy old man, and getting good at it....
In case anyone searches for this topic: Last week I tried making the transfer between the domestic airport and the international one. We had 3.25 hours according to itinerary but the flight from Salta was 1.5 hours late on Aerolineas Argentina and then traffic between airports was extraordinarily bad - 2.25 hours to go about 27km! (of course during PM rush hour but this is extra bad from what I heard.) Cars were driving on the grass next to the road (and then having to merge back into traffic at river crossings!). Four of us in a taxi with luggage on laps. Taxi is about 110 pesos while the Lyon bus was I think Arg$30 or 35 per person.
We missed the daily flight to Lima on Aerolineas and our Machu Picchu plans got messed up. I would advise a long layover/alternate flights or make sure you have a time buffer in Lima or Cuzco since the train to Cuzco is critical and flights between Lima and Cuzco are rare/non exisitent after about 2:45pm. Aerolineas put us up in a BA hotel but the trip was messed-up. Delta got us back to the States on Lima-Atlanta and I got a $400 bump in Atlanta and one in Cincinnati on the way back to Seattle.
By the way, when the MD80 took off from Salta we climbed a few thousand feet and then leveled off and banked slightly left and right. Captain comes on the PA and says something about returning to Salta for a technical problem (in Spanish). We turn around and then a minute later we start climbing again and the captain says we're fine and there's no need to return to the airport. The Argentine guy sitting next to me says he hates Aerolineas and was only on it due to certain circumstances. He recommended Andes Air which he explained is backed by the Salta government and has a much better on-time record. We saw their entire fleet of two MD-80s when we arrived in BA.
Taxi Ezeisa was 95 pesos from EZE to the city. It was cheaper than MTL.
That's what I paid earlier in the month from EZE to my apartment which is close to AEP. I added another 10 pesos in tip. Be aware that if you have a lot of luggage, even with 2 people that it might be a tight squeeze, if the trunk is occupied with a CNG tank,