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Flights to El Calafate, Argentina from the United States may require up to three connections, but you should still be able to make it in under a day. The northernmost US cities such as Seattle or Chicago may require a total trip time of over 30 hours, depending on your search parameters.
Currently, there aren’t any nonstop flights to El Calafate from any city in the US. It’s a small city and small airport in a remote area, so there aren’t many cities that fly there. Regardless of where you are flying from, you’ll most likely connect in Buenos Aires before making the final flight into Comandante Armando Tola International Airport, El Calafate, Argentina (FTE). Upon exiting the US, you may connect in Panama City, Mexico City, or Sao Paulo, amongst others, depending on your airline. Copa and AeroMexico provide many of the routes that’ll connect with your local US carrier. Be sure to check for the "self-transfer" label on your itineraries to be aware that you may need to re-check your luggage at one of your layovers. Selecting for different layovers and departure times should help you find a good deal on a flight to El Calafate.
Prices for flights to El Calafate Airport are updated daily.
As of November 2023, there are 4 operators available to choose from for flights to El Calafate Airport.
The minimum age for a child to fly alone is five, but airlines that offer an unaccompanied minor (UNMR) service may have their own age limitations. Flight duration, scheduling, and layovers are among the considerations that may influence age limits. We recommend that you double-check with the airline you are booking with for travel to El Calafate Airport.
The travel and health documents you'll need for your trip to El Calafate Airport may differ based on your itinerary and personal situation. Typically, you should have several documents on hand, such as a national ID card or driver's license and a passport that is valid for six months after your intended arrival at El Calafate Airport. It is always advisable to seek advice from your airline or a trusted third party, such as IATA.
There is no visa required for US citizens to enter Argentina, but a valid passport is required.
It’s less about what’s in El Calafate, and more about all the ways to see the natural beauty that surrounds the town. El Calafate, Argentina lies less than an hour’s drive to the east of the Los Glaciares National Park, nestled in the heart of Patagonia. Much of the park is a huge ice cap, with many glaciers, such as Glacier Perito Moreno, easily accessible for viewing by boat, emptying into Lake Argentina. You can take in the peaks of the Andes Mountains and towering glaciers by hiking on and over them or by riding past on a boat tour. You can also go off-roading to the cliffs above and around El Calafate for a better look. Longer excursions into the Torres Del Paine National Park, just over the border from Chile, are also accessible from El Calafate. If you’re staying in the city for a rest day, be sure to check out the Glacier Museum to the west of town, or head to the Patagonia Historical Center, which gives a history of the region, dating back to the dinosaurs.
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