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We flew out of EZE just before Christmas and we departed from Terminal A, which is likely where you will be departing from. All three terminals (A, B, & C) are closely connected, so movement between them is not that difficult.

 

Although, we had access to a VIP lounge, there appeared to be numerous USB charging stations available at the seating areas of the gates. Besides the large sit-down eateries, there were a number of small bars intermingled with the gates. These bars mainly consisted of a couple barstool tables, which had USB charging ports built into the top of the tables. 

 

Of note - we were departing EZE at the same time Argentinians were celebrating a national holiday for winning the World Cup, so most food/drink establishments at the airport were either closed, or at reduced capacity - due to lack of staff. The group of 6 of us decided to grab a bite to eat at the Outback and just after we sat down, they told us they would continue to serve us, but they we switching to take-out only, as they were at shift change and only a couple of staff showed up for the new shift. Needless to say, we drew many angry stares and comments from other people, when they found they could not come in and join us.

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