You can arrive in Argentina at Ministro Pistarini International Airport(EZE) in Buenos Aires and from there fly to Mendoza. Flight options are:
a – EZE-MDZ : In this case, you should bear in mind that EZE is an international airport, so it only has 1 daily flight to Mendoza.
b – EZE – AEP – MDZ: In this case you must go from EZE to Jorge Newbery National Airport (AEP) . The trip is about an hour and a half by bus, and you have many flight options to get to Mendoza.
c – SCL – MDZ: You have the option to get to Argentina and get straight to Mendoza, through Chile.
EZE to MDZ: Austral / Aerolíneas Argentinas
AEP to MDZ: Aerolíneas Argentinas / Austral / Latam / Andes
SCL to MDZ: Latam / Sky
GRU (Sao Paulo – Brasil) to MDZ: Gol
GIG (Rio – Brasil) to MDZ: Gol
LIM (Lima – Perú) to MDZ: Latam
PTY (Panamá) to MDZ: Copa Airlines
- Arrive a day before Day 1 of the expedition to anticipate little problems like flight delays or lost luggage. If you think necessary, book with us the additional night.
- Issue the plane ticket for the return date on the last day of the itinerary expedition foreseeing the use of the reservation days of the expedition. In case you do not use these days, you can advance your flight or enjoy a couple of days in Mendoza, tasting their excellent wines. You can book with us extra nights in the city and tours to wineries.
The bus trip from Buenos Aires to Mendoza is a journey of approximately 1300 km that runs in 15 hours. If you arrive at Ezeiza Airport, you must transfer to the RETIRO Bus Station and then take the bus to Mendoza.
BUE to MDZ: Andesmar / Cata Internacional / Rápido Internacional / Chevallier
- We do not recommend travelling by bus from Santiago de Chile, mainly because of the delays caused by customs due to the large amount of traffic between Argentina and Chile during summer season. The delay in bus from Santiago to Mendoza is aprox 8 hs including the time in the Customs. We recommend you choose some flight options between Santiago and Mendoza.