No Reciprocity Fee exiting EZE

Maikito

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Hey Guys,

I just made several phone calls to EZE, AEP and Immigrations.

If you enter Argentina through Aeroparque (AEP) via Brazil or Chile, they are still not charging the reciprocity fee, same thing applies to all other entry points except EZE.

I also asked about entering Argentina via AEP or other points and exiting via EZE; they also confirmed that you will not be charged the reciprocity fee as its only an entry charge. You will however pay the airport tax wish I forgot how much it was (please feel free to mention it). I'm sure most of you knew this, but just wanted to put it out there.
 

Popper

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The exit tax could already be included in your ticket. If it is not, the last time I had to pay it it was $18 USD.
 
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