Cordoba Flights Guide
Cordoba is the second largest city in Argentina, and itís located almost directly west of the capital Buenos Aires. Cordoba was founded in the 16th century, and was once the major hub in the region.
Today there is a veritable colonial pleasantness in the old buildings based around Plaza San Martin. There are many churches including the Compania de Jesus, which is the countryís oldest. The Cabildo is a main attraction, among others that share the space with various memorials and museums, public plazas and parks. They all combine to paint a very real mix between past and present.
The mouthful Ingeniero Aeronautico Ambrosio L/V/ Taravella International Airport is the main air hub of Cordoba. A dozen airlines fly here include Copa, LAN and Aerolineas Argentinas, among others.
Flights to Cordoba
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Cordoba Travel Facts
- Cordoba, Argentina connects to 21 airports worldwide.
- The shortest flight from Cordoba is 228 miles to Rosario on TRIP Linhas A.
- The longest flight from Cordoba is 6280 miles to Madrid on Iberia Airlines.
- City Connexion Airlines fly to 6 destinations including Rio De Janeiro from Cordoba.
- Aerolineas Argentinas fly to 5 destinations including Salta from Cordoba.
- LAN Airlines fly to 3 destinations including Santiago from Cordoba.
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Cordoba Airlines & Flight Schedules
- City Connexion Airlines fly from Cordoba to Porto Alegre and 6 other cities including Rio De Janeiro.
- Aerolineas Argentinas fly from Cordoba to Buenos Aires and 5 other cities including Salta.
- TRIP Linhas A fly from Cordoba to Mendoza and 3 other cities including Tucuman.
- LAN Airlines fly from Cordoba to Buenos Aires and 3 other cities including Santiago.
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