Airports

AIRPORTS
San Juan ( UAQ ) does have an international flight, but only one and that is from Santiago de Chile. This means it is highly suggested to fly via Santiago Chile to San Juan as your boat will be transferred directly to San Juan. If flying via Buenos Aires, you will have to pick up your boat at the international terminal and travel via shuttle bus to the domestic terminal which might work with one boat, however if travelling with two boats or a team with more than one or two boats this shuttle will be extremely challenging. This means we suggest to fly via Santiago de Chile with
kayaks.
Ezeiza International Airport ( EZE )
Located in the Federal Capital of the Country.
You must to move to AEP to take a domestic
flights. It takes about 1hour to get between Jorge Newberry Airport to Ezeiza International Airport and visa versa by Shuttle bus. If you are using Aerolineas Argentinas, the shuttle should be free.
Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Domestic Airport ( AEP )
Located in the Federal Capital of the Country. You need to connect another flight to UAQ.

Domingo F. Sarmiento Airport ( UAQ )
Located in the province of San Juan to 10 km Accommodation of Athletes. Only receives
domestic flights and one international flight via Santiago de Chile.
Aeropuerto Internacional de Mendoza – El Plumerillo ( MDZ )
Mendoza is another alternative. Located in the neighbouring province, 160 km from the city of San Juan. You need to move with an official shuttle cost EU$120 or  by bus and costs EU$35 just for bus ticket (round trip). It’s around 2 hours from San Juan
Mendoza is an International Airport so may have more options for connections.
Santiago de Chile Airport ( SCL )
Located in the neighbouring country.

Possible recommended connections :

1. From east and north. Santiago de Chile (SCL) to San Juan (UAQ).

2. From west. Ezeiza ( EZE ) you must move to (AEP) by minibus or van, and then fly to Domingo F. Sarmiento (UAQ)

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