Ezeiza airport guide
The international airport in Buenos Aires is called “Ministro Pistarini”, the international code is “EZE” for Ezeiza, the name of the zone where it is located.
All companies, except for Aerolíneas Argentinas and Austral, arrive at terminal A.
Arrival zoneAfter going through passport control, baggage claim, and customs, you'll go into the main hall of the airport, passing by several offices of different companies. The first one to your left is “Manuel Tienda León”, the bus company for MDQ.
Afterwards, you will have to be at the company's window 10 minutes before the bus leaves; they'll call out everybody's names, and then accompany you to where the bus is parked. In the meantime, you can change money, drink a coffee, or do whatever you like, you don't need to wait by their window.
Changing money at the airport
Exchange placesWhen you arrive at the airport, you'll immediately see a booth of “Global Exchange”. DO NOT change money with them. They have very very bad rates. There are other places to change money, with quite acceptable rates.
The first one is located to the right of the arrival louge, in the check-in louge in front of the 64-66 check-in desks, below the electric stairs.
ATMsIf you can get your money from ATMs, then you can also use the ones located near the exit doors. Please check with your bank regarding the cost of getting the money from ATMs in Argentina, it might be a small or big comission depending on the bank, the type of account, etc.
Arriving at Terminal B
If, for some reason, you arrive at Terminal B, you can also contact the people from “Manuel Tienda León” and change money in there, but you will have to go to Terminal A to actually take the bus.