Old Jul 9, 19, 1:21 pm
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Marambio
 
Join Date: Mar 2005
Location: Buenos Aires
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Originally Posted by OskiBear View Post
I've been to Argentina a dozen times, but can't recall if this has been checked - does Argentina require evidence of a return or onward travel ticket when boarding in the US? Presumably there are pretty simple ways to travel out of Argentina (i.e., Buquebus to Uruguay for the day) that don't require a plane ticket. So far have a one-way ticket to Buenos Aires and wasn't sure if it'll be an issue that I won't have a return/onward ticket at the time I board.
I have an Argentine and a EU passport, the latter I use when travelling to the US and Europe.

When checking-in in Europe/USA on flights to EZE I have been many times asked to produce my Argentine passport, presumably because I didnít have a flight out of Argentina on the same booking.
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