Airfare to Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina
Comodoro Rivadavia is a city in southern Argentina located on the San Jorge Gulf, at the foot of the Chenque Hill. Close to the city (12 km) there’s Rada Tilly, a beach resort. In town you can visit the National Museum of Petroleum.
The city is served by General Enrique Mosconi International Airport (CRD), which is the main hub for LADE. It is also served by Aerolíneas Argentinas and LAN Argentina. It is connected to Buenos Aires, Bariloche, Cordoba, El Calafate, Esquel, Trelew, Ushuaia, Viedma to name just a few.
A very cheap ($292 round trip) and easy way to get to Comodoro Rivadavia is via Buenos Aires. It is much more expensive to fly via Cordoba ($537 round trip).
Overall though, it’s a good idea to consider more than one city both to fly into and out of. For example if you fly from the US it’s cheaper to fly out of Los Angeles ($897 round trip) rather than New York ($966 round trip). Not to mention, you have quite a lot of airlines to choose from: Copa Airlines, Taca Intl Air, Delta or United, all offering the same lowest price. Things are a bit complicated when you fly out of Europe and the airline choices are pretty limited.
In order to save money, make sure to book the ticket ahead of time and use whatever saved miles you have. Plus, keep your eyes on the airlines’ special deals. Avoid flying during the peak travel season and during the weekends.
For more information on Comodoro Rivadavia, check out BootsnAll’s Argentina Travel Guide.