Boredom is an unknown concept in a city that’s as vibrant as Buenos Aires. Catch these Buenos Aires flights and be on your way to pulsating parties in the capital of Argentina. Flights land in the country’s international airport, Ministro Pistarini International Airport.
British Airways, UK’s flag carrier, flies from London Heathrow to Pistarini Airport in Buenos Aires. Choose economy class, World Traveller, and enjoy amenities such as 78-centimetre seat pitch and adjustable headrest. Blockbuster movies and TV and audio channels entertain passengers, non-stop. Passengers who can’t wait till landing time to go shopping can purchase products from its world-class in-flight shopping service. A three-course meal and drinks are also offered.
Iberia Airlines, Spain’s national airline, also offers flights to Buenos Aires from London Gatwick. Buenos Aires flights include a stopover in Madrid Barajas Airport. Economy flights feature reclining seats with a headrest, and a pouch for personal items. Satellite telephones are available in the aisles. Passengers won’t be bored with the in-flight games (available on some international flights) such as Minehunter, Caverman, and Black Jack. A different kind of view while flying is offered in some aircrafts through a tail camera, which allows passengers to catch live views of the plane while travelling, including takeoff and landing. Served on board are appetizing dishes such as salads, steaks, and desserts.
Fly to Buenos Aires from London via Air France, one of the largest airlines in the world. Buenos Aires flights leave from London Heathrow, stop over at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, and land in Pistarini Airport in Buenos Aires. Reclining seats up to 118º, winged headrests, personal telephone, and a touch-screen TV monitor with games and partial audio-video on demand (AVOD) are some of the economy flight’s perks.
Other airlines that fly to Buenos Aires from UK cities such as Birmingham, Glasgow, Newcastle, and Edinburgh are American Airlines, Lufthansa, KLM, and United Airlines.