Buenos Aires has two international airports: Buenos Aires Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini International Airport and Jorge Newbery Airport. Ezeiza Airport is by far the most important airport of Argentina's capital.
The airport is situated 35 kilometers southwest of Buenos Aires' city center. There's no train connection with the airport, but there's a train station in Ezeiza which is reachable by bus. The airport is easily reachable by car and bus: toll road Autopista Riccheri runs between the airport and the Argentinian capital.
The airport offers a good number of shops, but the number of eating and drinking facilities is disappointing. There are several VIP lounges which have small meeting rooms available. For more extensive business services, including the rental of meeting and conference rooms, you better turn to the business hotels in Buenos Aires. Wireless internet (Wi-Fi) is available in the terminals and you can rent cellphones. Other facilities at Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport include banks, exchange offices, ATMs, and a pharmacy.
In the aviation industry Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport is indicated by the abbreviations EZE (IATA airport code) and SAEZ (ICAO airport code).
Link to official website of Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport.