Buenos Aires: Business With Passion
By By David Eslerdavid.email@example.com
Source: Business & Commercial Aviation
Country visa requirement: Pilots arriving with their aircraft are exempt; passengers, cabin attendants and mechanics must have visas; tourist visas acceptable. Stamped visas good for between five and 10 years. Pilots arriving via airlines (i.e., deadheading as passengers) are required to have visas. U.S., Canadian, U.K. and Australian citizens must obtain so-called “reciprocity visas,” good for multiple visits for 10 years; fee is approximately $160.
Landing permit requirement: Yes, an international landing/departure permit is required; however, only for SABE (see below) except if arriving from Uruguay.
Sponsor letter required: No
Aircraft documents required: Airworthiness certificate, registration, worldwide insurance certificate; pilots must present licenses and current medical certificates.
Any other requirements for visiting aircraft: No (and no cabotage issues)
Carbon trading requirement: No
ATC procedures: ICAO
Any unique procedures: At majority of airports in Argentina, must request engine start, and clearance will be delivered taxiing out.