Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Ushuaia Airport Car Rental

The Islas Malvinas Argentinas international airport is located just 4km south from the main city of Ushuaia. This is a new airport that was built in 1995 to replace the older one.  Being the southernmost airport of the world, Islas Malvinas Argetinas international airport is also used as a cruise ship gateway for the Antarctic Ocean. The name of the airport mirrors the Argentina’s declaration of sovereignty on Falkland Island. Although it is a small airport, but it still has sturdy runway fit to handle aircrafts like Boeing 747. The airport used 747-400s of Aerolineas Argentinas during the time of high passengers.

Ushuaia is a great tourist place in Argentina. The Lapataia bay and the great national park Tierra Del Fuego are the most visited tourist locations in Ushuaia. The city is also popular for its museums and wild life. Many visitors visit Ushuaia to spend their vacation and have a wonderful time close to natural beauty of Ushuaia. The Islas Malvinas Argentinas international airport has proper facilities to efficiently manage the rush. The main destinations of the flights from this airport include Trelew, Comodoro Rivadavia, El Calafate and many more.

Major airlines using Islas Malvinas Argentinas international airport are
  • GOL transportes aereos
  • LAN airlines
  • TAM airlines
  • LADE
  • Aerolineas Argentinas
The Islas Malvinas Argentinas international airport is all equipped with top class facilities like high security and huge parking lots. The airport is also adequately connected with the main city through Ushuaia Airport Car Rental and local transport. At the airport, you can enjoy shopping and banking services as well. The car rental and taxi services are also readily available at the airport to make the travel experience of its passengers to be extremely comfortable and easy. In addition, the airport also operates charter flights to Mozambique and Maputo.

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The above information was extracted from:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ushuaia

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