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We will be passing through Buenos Aires and transferring from the main airport to another airport for the flight to Ushuaia.

I have seen the excellent posts regarding making sure to get an official taxi from the airport kiosk.

My questions:
What should I expect for the approximate cost?
About how long should I expect the taxi ride to take? (We are scheduled to have a bit over 4 hours on the way "there" and about 3 1/2 hours on the way 'back".)

Thank you.

Peter R
Ulster Park, NY

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