Uruguay's primary airport is Montevideo Carrasco International Airport (website in Spanish) (MVD), which serves flights to and from North and Central America, the rest of South America, and Spain. PLUNA Airlines (website in Spanish) is the national airline, and operates flights to Asuncion, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Córdoba, Curitiba, Florianópolis, Foz do Iguacu, Porto Alegre, Punta del Este, Bariloche, Rosario and Santiago de Chile. Several other airlines have destinations throughout South America as well, and to cities like Miami, Panama City and Madrid.
For more information about other airports throughout the world, also see the list of airports.
Arriving in Carrasco International Airport, tourists will have to choose a way to transfer to the city. The choices are many: for those seeking an economical choice, the best option is the bus (Omnibus). For tourists traveling accompanied the most used is the taxi. The price of trip depends on the destination point and is defined in the airport or you can book online. For example from the airport to downtown is about US$35-50.
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