Buenos Aires Restrictions G20 Summit

Buenos Aires Airport Restrictions G20 Summit

Buenos Aires Restrictions G20 Summit: Operators should expect restrictions at Ministro Pistarini International Airport (SAEZ), Aeroparque Jorge Newbery (SABE), and El Palomar Airport (SADP) in Buenos Aires ahead of the G20 Summit this November 30-December 1.

AIC Restrictions will run from November 29 at 1800UTC until December 2 at 0100UTC as follows:

Aeroparque Jorge Newbery (SABE)

  • Authorizes all state flights participating in the G-20 event, all other operations are prohibited during this time.

El Palomar Airport (SADP)

  • Authorizes all military flights and up to 8 commercial regular flights during this time frame with all others prohibited.

Ministro Pistarini International Airport (SAEZ)

  • Authorizes all regular commercial flights and all operations participating in G20 under clearance (issued directly to the operator by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in conjunction with ANAC). All other operations are prohibited.
  • Please note that runway 17/35 will be used for parking only, only runway 11/29 will remain active.

We advise operators planning missions to the Buenos Aires area during this time who do not possess government/G20 clearance to use the following airports:

San Fernando Airport (SADF)

  • Located approximately 20 nautical miles to the north of SAEZ (for aircraft up to 30 tons of MTOW – weight restricted).

Rosario Airport (SAAR)

  • Located approximately 160 nautical miles to the northwest of SAEZ (no weight restrictions).

Mar del Plata Airport (SAZM)

  • Located approximately 190 nautical miles to the south of SAEZ (no weight restrictions).

Parking at these alternative airports may be limited during the course of the G20 summit.

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