Buenos Aires - Post Report Question and Answers

What is your home city/country? How long is the trip to post from there, with what connections? How easy/difficult is it to travel to this city/country?

Originally from midwest US. No direct flights as of now, but easy to get daily flights through Miami or New York (roughly 9 or 10 hour flight). Connections can also often be made through Chile or Brazil. Obviously all flights are cancelled right now due to COVID-19 but normally flights and flight options are numerous. - Jul 2020

My home country is the United States. The home city is questionable, but usually, when we're not outside of the USA, we are in Washington, DC, or New York, NY. From Washington, DC, there is no direct flight to Buenos Aires, so you usually have to fly through Atlanta or Miami. From NYC, there is a direct flight from both JFK and Newark to EZE (the international airport in Buenos Aires). - Jul 2019

Washington DC. There are direct flights from Miami, Houston, Atlanta and New York. - Jun 2015

North Carolina. I took the cheapest option, which, for me, was CLT to Miami, to Bogota, to Buenos Aires. Overall I think the whole journey was about 24 hours. There are direct flights to here from a few U.S. cities though, Dallas and Miami to name two. - Jan 2015

Southeastern United States, 12+ hours. - Aug 2014

Washington D.C. about 10 hours, plus/minus depending on airlines. - Aug 2011

Florida- 9 hours - May 2011

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