General Cesáreo L. Berisso International Airport
Known as Carrasco Airport and located 18 km (11 miles) northeast of the city of Montevideo, it is the main air terminal in Uruguay that concentrates the vast majority of flights in the country and is one of the most modern in America. It operates with the main destinations in Latin America, Miami and Madrid. It has ATMs, currency exchange bureaus, VIP lounges, mobile phone services and Wi-Fi access free of charge. There are fast food stores and coffee shops on both levels, as well as duty-free shops on both floors, as well as souvenir shops, perfumes, accessories, newspapers and magazines. The terrestrial transport is guaranteed by buses of different companies, which from the airport make tours to the city center and the rest of the towns. Car rental is another option to get to know the country.
Jorge Chavez International Airport
Located 16 km (9 miles) northwest of the city of Lima, it is the main air terminal in Peru and concentrates the vast majority of flights in the country. Its strategic location in the middle of the west coast of South America has made it an important hub of the subcontinent. It operates with destinations throughout America and some countries in Europe. It has a bank, ATMs, currency exchange bureaus, post office, VIP lounges, mobile phone service and Wi-Fi access free of charge the first hour. It has restaurants, fast food stores, coffee shops and bars on both levels of the terminal, which is mostly open 24 hours a day. There is a shop with tax-free items in the international sector as well as shops for souvenirs, handicrafts, fashion, accessories, magazines and newspapers, books, electronics, jewelry, candy, music. The Airport Express Lima bus service provides transfers to and from the tourist center of Lima, the Miraflores district every 30-60 minutes.
Santiago Mariño Caribbean International Airport
It is one of Venezuela’s best known internationally for being the most important tourist spots in the country and the Caribbean region. It is located in El Yaque, 15 km (9.5 miles) southwest of Porlamar, on Margarita Island. Due to its strategic location, it easily links Margarita Island with the main cities of Venezuela. It operates with domestic flights and international destinations in South America and the Caribbean. The airport has a bank, ATMs, currency exchange bureau, copy center and public telephones. It has restaurants, cafeteria, bar and ice cream parlor, as well as shops for souvenirs, newspapers and tobacco, books, crafts, cosmetics and perfumes. The land transfer can be done by public transport or taxis that are outside the airport. Travel time to the city center is approximately 15 minutes.
José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport
Together with Quito, this airport concentrates the vast majority of flights in the country, and is considered one of the best in the world. It operates with flights throughout America and some destinations in Europe. It is located 5 km (3 miles) northeast of the microcenter of Guayaquil. It has a bank, ATMs, currency exchange bureaus, VIP rooms, mobile phone services and free Wi-Fi access. It has several restaurants, confectionery, coffee shops, fast food stores and ice cream parlors, with several options open 24 hours a day. The duty-free premises are found before and after the security check. The bus terminal 1.3 km from the airport, offers shuttle service with connection to almost the entire country or if you prefer, the transfer can be made by subway or car rental.
El Dorado International Airport
El Dorado serves the city of Bogotá, being the most important in the country and concentrating the majority of domestic flights as well as operating with destinations throughout America and the main points of Europe. It is located 15 km (9 miles) west of Bogotá and has one of the largest airstrips in the world. It has a privileged and strategic position, since it is located in the middle part of the American continent, facilitating its communication with all continents. It has banks, ATMs, currency exchange bureaus, VIP lounges and free Wi-Fi access. It has restaurants, pizzerias, fast food stores, ice cream parlors, coffee shops and bars, as well as duty-free shops, souvenirs, handicrafts, flowers, jewelry, accessories, clothing, cosmetics, perfumes, electronics, tobacco, spirits and books. The airport with the urban area communicates through express buses, public buses, hotel shuttles, vans and taxis.
Comodoro Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport
Also known as Santiago-Pudahuel Airport, and located 17 km (11 miles) northwest of the city of Santiago, it serves the metropolitan area of the capital of Chile and the entire country. It concentrates the majority of domestic flights and operates with international destinations in America, Europe, the Middle East and Oceania. It is considered one of the most modern in the world. Its two terminals, National and International, are open 24 hours a day and are connected to each other by elevators, corridors and stairs. It has a bank, ATMs, currency exchange bureaus, public telephones, mobile phone services, post office, VIP lounges, plugs for electrical devices and free Wi-Fi access for 30-minute sessions. There are buses, minibuses, taxis and private companies such as Uber or Cabify that connect the Santiago airport with the urban area. Car rental can also be an option to get around the City.
São Paulo / Guarulhos International Airport – Governador André Franco Montoro
Located 25 km (18 miles) northeast of the city of São Paulo and also known as Cumbica Airport, it is the most important in terms of international flights not only from Brazil, but from all of South America and operates with destinations in America, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia. It has three terminals: one for domestic flights, another for flights within Latin America and for Intercontinental. It has ATMs, currency exchange bureaus, VIP lounges, mobile phone services, post office and free Wi-Fi access for one hour. There are fast food stores, ice cream parlors, cafes and bars in the three terminals, as well as a large selection of restaurants some of which open 24 hours. The bus service is available to the city center and various locations. The trip to downtown São Paulo takes about 50 minutes.
Ministro Pistarini International Airport
Located 35 km (21 miles) to the southwest of the city of Buenos Aires, this airport is also known as Ezeiza International Airport. It is the most important in the country for international flights and one of the busiest in South America, with flights throughout America, Europe, the Middle East and Oceania. It has a bank, currency exchange bureaus, ATMs, post office, VIP lounges, mobile phone service, public telephones and free Wi-Fi access. It has restaurants, cafeterias, bars and fast food outlets scattered throughout the premises, as well as duty-free premises in the pre-boarding sector of terminals A and C and in the Arrivals Hall of Terminal A. The connection With the City of Buenos Aires and other cities it can be done by taxis, remises, private transport services, as well as urban buses.
Simón Bolívar Maiquetía International Airport
It is one of the safest, most comfortable and modern in Latin America. Receive flights from all over America and the main points of Europe. It has two terminals, the National and the International open 24 hours and connected to each other by a pedestrian corridor or through free buses. It has banks, ATMs, currency exchange bureaus, post offices, VIP lounges, sockets for electronic devices, mobile phone services, internet kiosks and Wi-Fi access free of charge. There are international and regional restaurants, coffee shops, bars, ice cream parlors and fast food stores. At the exit of the National Terminal, on level 2, you can access the bus stops that make trips to different points of the City. Travel time to the city center is about 40 minutes.
Tocumen International Airport
Located 17 km (10.5 miles) northeast of Panama City, it serves Panama City and is the country’s main air terminal. It operates with international destinations throughout America, China and the main locations in Europe, in addition to domestic flights. It has ATMs, bank, currency exchange bureaus, VIP lounges, plugs for electrical devices, public telephones and free Wi-Fi access for 2 hours. It has bars, restaurants, cafes and fast food stores, as well as duty-free shops in the boarding area. Ground transportation can be done through the Metro bus, free transfers to and from the Metromall Shopping Center, as well as the fixed-rate taxi service, which takes 30 minutes to reach the city center.