Cordoba Airport

Daily Car Hire Rates in Cordoba Airport

  • Mini

    Volkswagen Up
    4 |
    1 |
    3 |
    From € 40.91
  • Economy

    Ford Ka Sedan
    5 |
    2 |
    5 |
    From € 45.21
  • Compact

    Chevrolet Prisma
    5 |
    3 |
    4 |
    From € 51.38
  • Standard

    Toyota Etios XS 4P
    5 |
    5 |
    4 |
    From € 61.37
  • 7 seat minivan

    Chevrolet Spin
    7 |
    1 |
    5 |
    From € 94.00

*daily rates in Cordoba Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.

Cordoba Airport Car Hire - Did You Know?

  • Cordoba Airport must have one of the longest official names in the world – Ingeniero Aeronautico Ambrosio L.V. Taravella International Airport.
  • Not surprisingly it is also called Pajas Blancas for short!
  • The airport is nearly 6 miles North West of Cordoba city centre.
  • It’s the third largest airport in Argentina.
  • There is an increased risk of bird strike here because local populations around the airport are high.
  • If you're hiring a car at Cordoba Airport you can take advantage of the wide range of rental agents based here, including international favourites Alamo, Hertz, National and Sixt.

Popular Cordoba Airport Rental Cars

Make / Model
Ford Ka
Renault Clio
Chevrolet Prisma
Toyota Atios
Ford Ecosport
7 Seat Minivan
Chevrolet Spin

Cordoba Airport Mini Guide

Why do People fly to Cordoba Airport?
Cordoba airport serves the country’s second largest city, one which attracts business travellers and tourists. The centre of the city has wonderful architecture from Spanish colonial times whilst its setting, surrounded by the attractive Sierras de Cordoba, a range of verdant hills that frame the skyline, is sublime.
Cordoba Airport Sierras de Cordoba

The city has a thriving arts and entertainment scene; from the street entertainers and artists of the Barrio Guemes to the biennial Mercosur Theatre Festival which is the most important in South America. For those who like exercise there are numerous trails in the Sierras where you can spend your time condor watching or simply enjoying the clear air.
What is Cordoba Airport Like?
It’s Argentina’s third largest airport and the largest outside of the capital. Until a decade ago it was cramped and regularly overcrowded with only a single runway and terminal. A massive expansion programme completed in 2002 saw it able to take bigger aircraft and the addition of a new two storey terminal which eased congestion and allowed it to expand. This attracted a range of domestic flights to the airport increasing its status as a hub airport. Whilst it is an international airport, the only non-domestic flights that operate in and out of Cordoba are to neighbouring South American countries. You’ll still have to connect from Buenos Aires if travelling in from a different continent. The airport is six miles from the city centre and has a range of transfer options to get you there. The local bus is reasonably efficient, if a little packed at peak times whilst the taxis suffer the world over problem of trying it on with passengers – negotiate a price and only accept it if you think it’s fair. Car hire at Cordoba Airport is the safer option, especially if you pre-book it so you are sure of the cost and what’s included in the price.

Cordoba Airport

What are the Facilities Like at the Airport?
Surprisingly for such a large and modern airport, facilities are quite light. Shops include a pharmacy, common at Argentinian airports, a kiosk selling newspapers and confectionery and a duty free store which has the usual goods plus a good range of souvenirs and gifts. There are three places to eat at the airport; Delicity and La Strada before security and Café Café in the departure lounge. Each offers an adequate range of food to stave off hunger whilst waiting for your departure. 

Latest Update from Cordoba Airport:

19/4/2012 - 108 million pesos will be spent in 2012 to upgrade the passenger terminal and to provide a new control tower at the airport. Passenger facilities are expected to improve as part of the upgrade.

Driving in Cordoba Airport - Need to know



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    ARS  22.91/Ltr

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    Monday 24 Feb 2020

    Carnival - National holiday

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Cordoba seamlessly mixes the old with the new; it's the second oldest colonial city in the country and hosts Argentina’s space program. Apart from these attractions, Cordoba has a thriving cultural scene holding the biennial Festival de Teatro del Mercosur when theatre groups from across the continent come together to perform in a fortnight of drama, comedy, tragedy and musical.

With so much to see you'll need a hire car at Cordoba Airport to make sure you miss nothing. We can help with low cost car hire at Cordoba Airport that's big on value. Compare our deals with those of our competitors and you'll see that no one offers you more for less. We offer the latest model vehicles, carefully maintained and with the added peace of mind of comprehensive insurance and roadside assistance 24 hours a day. So, now you've booked your flight, book your Cordoba hire car here today.

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