Uruguay

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Getting to Uruguay

Airports

The largest airport in Uruguay and the country’s main international terminal is Mondevideo’s Carrasco International Airport (MVD). Punta de Este’s El Jaguel International Airport (PDP) is where most connections from Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo land.

Flights

The only airlines that fly to Montevideo from the U.S. are American Airlines and Aerolineas Argentinas. Lan Chile serves Montevideo from Santiago, Chile. Currently, there are no domestic airline flights within Uruguay.

Flight Times

The flight from New York (JFK) to Montevideo (MVD) takes about 14 hours, including connections. The flight from Los Angeles (LAX) to Montevideo (MVD) takes about 20 hours, including connections.

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