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FAQs - booking Uruguay flights

  • If I am traveling to Uruguay to attend the Las Llamadas Festival, how should I get to my destination?

    The Las Llamadas Festival, which pays tribute to the ancestors in the Sur and Palermo regions, takes place each year in the city of Montevideo. To attend this event, you can fly from the United States to Carrasco International Airport.

  • Which airport is closest to Punta del Diablo?

    Laguna de Rocha Airport (STY) is the closest airport to Punta del Diablo, approximately 60 miles north of the beachside village. Since the STY has limited flight options, the best airport to fly to if you plan to visit Punta del Diablo is MVD, around 143 miles away. You can take a bus, hire a taxi, or rent a car to the beachside village. The journey will take approximately 3 to 4 hours.

  • Do I need a visa to travel to Uruguay from the United States?

    If you are a United States citizen that would like to travel to Uruguay, you are not required to have a visa if you will be staying in the country for less than 90 days. You must have a passport that is valid during your date of entry to the country, and it must contain at least one blank page for you to receive your stamp from immigration.

  • How do I get to Uruguay from Boston?

    You can find connecting flights to Uruguay from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to MVD. Different airlines offer connecting flights to MVD with one or more stops. LATAM Airlines, Delta Airlines, and Copa Airlines operate one-stop flights on this route.

  • Are there any airports in the United States offering direct flights to Uruguay?

    Depending on where you are traveling from, you may be able to find direct flights from the United States to Uruguay. For example, it is possible to find direct flights from Miami International Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK).

  • What transportation options are available from Carrasco International Airport to Montevideo city center?

    MVD is well-connected to the bus systems, with several bus companies operating at the airport. You can also hire a taxi in the ground transportation area. Car rental companies, like Hertz, Avis, Budget, and Europcar, have rental counters at the Arrival Hall.

  • If I am planning on visiting the city of Paysandú, how should I travel there from the United States?

    If you are planning on visiting the city of Paysandú, which is located in western Uruguay on the Uruguay River, you will need to first fly into Ezeiza International Airport, as this is the closest travel hub to the town. After you have made it to Ezeiza International Airport, it is then necessary to drive to your destination, which will typically take you around 5h 45min in total.

  • What are common layover cities for flights to Uruguay from the U.S.?

    When flying to Uuruguay from various departure points in the U.S., you are likely to stop at São Paulo (GRU) in Brazil, Lima (LIM) in Peru, Bogota (BOG) in Colombia, Quito (UIO) in Ecuador, Panama City(PTY), and Buenos Aires (EZE) in Argentina. The most popular layover city for flights to Uruguay is São Paulo (GRU).

  • If I plan on renting a car in Uruguay, what are some of the child car seat laws I need to know about?

    Those that plan on renting a vehicle once they have arrived in Uruguay will need to make sure that they are familiar with the child seat laws of the country. For example, all children under the age of 12 must be in a proper child seat at all times. They also are required to be in the rear of the car, rather than the front seat.

  • What is the best Uruguay airport to use if I plan to visit the Playa Mansa and Playa Brava beaches?

    The best airport to fly to if you Playa Mansa and Playa Brava beaches are part of your travel itinerary is Capitán Corbeta CA Curbelo International Airport, which is approximately 12 miles from the beaches. From the U.S., you can fly to Carrasco International Airport and take a domestic flight to PDP.

  • When visiting the city of Salto, what is the best way to travel there from the United States?

    For those that plan on visiting the city of Salto, you will first need to fly to Uruguaiana International Airport, which is the closest airport to this town. After you have landed at Uruguaiana International Airport, you will then need to drive to your destination, which will normally take you around 3h in total unless you face unexpected traffic or weather conditions. 

  • Are there family-friendly amenities at Carrasco International Airport?

    Parents traveling with infants can access baby changing facilities throughout the airport. There is a children’s play area for kids under 7 years in the East Wing of the Airside section.

  • Can I fly to Uruguay from either Chicago airport?

    Yes. Flights from both Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD) and Midway International Airport (MDW) land in Montevideo (MVD). However, most of the flights departing from Midway in Chicago involve two or more stops, all of which involve self-transfers, meaning that for each leg of the journey, you will have to collect your baggage and recheck-in.

  • Can I find any flights from Los Angeles to Uruguay with just one stop?

    Yes. Airlines such as LATAM , Copa, and United offer flights from LAX to Montevideo (MVD) with just one stop, usually in Lima or Panama City. These airlines, along with American, Delta, Aeromexico, and others offer flights from LAX to MVD with two stops.

  • How can I find a cheap ticket from Phoenix to Uruguay?

    When you are flying from the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) to Montevideo (MVD), you will most likely find the cheapest ticket on a flight with three stops, where each stop has a long layover and requires you to collect your baggage and recheck in for the next leg of the flight. For example, you can book a Volaris flight which stops in Guadalajara, Mexico City, and Panama City.

  • Which airport in New York City should I depart from if I am flying into Punta del Este in Uruguay?

    From New York City, JFK tends to have cheaper flights and more options when you want to fly to Punta del Este (PDP). For example, Aerolineas Argentinas offers flights departing from JFK to PDP with two stops, one in Miami and one in Buenos Aires. During your layover in Buenos Aires, you will have to change airports from the Ezeiza International Airport (EZE) to the Aeroparque Internacional Jorge Newbery (AEP).

  • Is the airport in Montevideo a good travel base if I want to explore some of the surrounding South American sites?

    Yes. From the Carrasco International Airport (MVD) in Montevideo, you can fly Aerolineas Argentinas to Buenos Aires, Avianca to Bogota, or Azul Brazilian Airlines to several cities throughout Brazil. You can catch a LATAM flight to Santiago in Chile and Lima in Peru, a Copa Airlines flight to Panama City, and a Paranair flight to Asuncion in Paraguay.

  • How long is the flight to Uruguay?

    An average nonstop flight from the United States to Uruguay takes 20h 20m, covering a distance of 5509 miles. The most popular route is Miami - Montevideo with an average flight time of 9h 00m.

  • What is the cheapest flight to Uruguay?

    The cheapest ticket to Uruguay from the United States found in the last 72 hours was $475. The most popular route is from Miami to Montevideo and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $475.

  • What are the most popular destinations in Uruguay?

    Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Montevideo (99% of total searches to Uruguay). The next most popular destination is Punta del Este (0.7%).

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    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a given destination and date is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Uruguay

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Uruguay flight deals.
  • You might be able to save money on your journey from the US to Uruguay by flying into Buenos Aires in Argentina. Buenos Aires is just across Montevideo Bay from Uruguay. Once in Buenos Aires, you can get to Uruguay by taking a plane, a bus, or a ferry. Since ferry rides from Buenos Aires to Montevideo are popular sailings, be sure to book your ferry tickets before you arrive in South America.
  • If you’re flying to Uruguay from the U.S., you’ll likely land at Carrasco International Airport (MVD) in Montevideo, the largest and busiest airport serving domestic, regional, and international flights. Capitán Corbeta CA Curbelo International Airport (PDP) in Punta del Este and Tydeo Larre Borges Airport (PDU) in Paysandú are other major airports in Uruguay serving regional and domestic flights.
  • When traveling to Uruguay from the west coast of the United States, many travelers depart from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). You can typically find flights for this route that only require one layover and they are often operated by companies such as American, Copa, or LATAM Airlines.
  • Travelers from Midwest U.S. can find flights to Uruguay at Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD) or St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL) in Missouri. ORD is the best option for one-stop flights to Uruguay.
  • Though it is unlikely you will find a non-stop flight from New York City to Montevideo in Uruguay, you can find flights departing from any of the three major NYC airports with one stop before reaching Montevideo. You can book these tickets through KAYAK on airlines such as Avianca, Copa, LATAM, United, and Delta. The layover city is often Bogota, Panama City, or Santiago.
  • Different financial services are available at MVD. For currency exchange services, you’ll find a Global Exchange kiosk open 24/7 in the Arrivals Hall. Cambio Exchange kiosks are also available in the Baggage Claim area. HSBC Bank has a full-service branch at the airport offering different banking services. You’ll also find ATMs operated by HSBC and BROU.
  • Those that have planned on visiting the city of Ciudad de la Costa will find it convenient to first fly to Carrasco International Airport (MVD), which is in the city of Montevideo. From there, you can then drive to your destination, which is approximately 35min away.
  • If you will be traveling to Uruguay from the northeast region of the United States, you will find that it is quite common to depart from LaGuardia Airport (LGA). When you depart from here, you will generally have either one or two layovers, and your flight will likely be serviced by Copa or LATAM Airlines.
  • Travelers that intend on going to Uruguay to attend the Jazz to the Streets festival will need to first fly to Ezeiza International Airport (EZE). Once they have landed at Ezeiza International Airport, they can then drive to the town of Mercedes, where the festival takes place each year. This drive takes approximately 5h 20min in total.
  • To go to Rivera, a charming town that borders Brazil, you should make plans to fly into Uruguaiana International Airport (URG). Once you have landed at Uruguaiana International Airport, you can then drive to your destination, which you can plan on taking around 2h 50min in total.
  • Those flying from the southeast part of the United States to Uruguay will often depart from Miami International Airport (MIA). You can find several nonstop flights and many flights that require one layover for this route, with these frequently being serviced by companies like Copa, Delta, and LATAM.
  • From the Punte del Este airport (PDP), you can catch regional flights to nearby South American cities. Aerolineas Argentinas flies to Buenos Aires, Azul Brazilian Airlines flies to Porto Alegre and Sao Paulo, Gol Transportes Aereos flies to Recife, and Paranair flies to Asuncion.
  • Cheap flights from the Atlanta Hartsfiel-Jackson International Airport (ATL) to Montevideo (MVD) are roughly comparable to cheap flights from the Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT). The cheapest flights from Charlotte to Montevideo tend to be on LATAM or Frontier. The cheapest flights from Atlanta tend to be on LATAM or United.
  • From the Orlando International Airport (MCO), you can fly to Montevideo (MVD) affordably on flights with just one stop. For example, you can fly Avianca with one stop in Bogota, Copa Airlines with one stop in Panama City, or Azul with one stop in Sao Paulo. There are also a number of affordable flights from MCO to MVD with two stops.
  • When visiting Las Piedras, a city in the Canelones Department of Uruguay, it is most convenient to first fly to Carrasco International Airport. Once you have arrived at Carrasco International Airport, you can then drive to Las Piedras, which will typically take you around 40 to 45min in normal circumstances.
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Top 5 airlines flying to Uruguay

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from the United States to Uruguay? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to verified KAYAK customer reviews.
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Inconsiderate staff, plane was very hot, poor decision-making from the crew.

2.0 MediocreAnonymous, Jun 2024BNA - ATL
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Inconsiderate staff, plane was very hot, poor decision-making from the crew.

Flight was delayed due to needing a replacement flight crew. Delta changed the aircraft type in Detroit. One hour delay. But once in the air, good flight

The fight was about 2 1/2 hours delayed, but that was weather related. The flight was also overbooked. But we were in Comfort plus so the flight was fine for us.

Meh. A late flight meant I missed my connections, and a 2pm LAX arrival turned into gettin in after midnight.

Flight was 3 hours late so only had an OK experience

It was very cold because the air conditioner was on high power, and my son got sick.

3 hours late and all they have is was a $12 meal voucher. That’s not even enough to cover fast food.

Among the poorest flights I’ve had with Delta in a while. Entertainment system failed completely on a 7.5 hr flight. Crew seemed distracted and not the normal friendly crew. Flight overbooked it seemed… very crowded.

If I can, I always fly Delta. I’ve found their service to always be reliable and pleasant.

You could have not cancelled the flight (AA, which I will be flying from now on) left for BOS despite the fictitious weather issues (that no one in my Boston family could see). You could have rebooked my direct flight to another direct flight instead of sending me though JFK, the worst US airport after O’Hara You could have rebooked me on a Main Cabin seat (like the one I paid for in my original ticket instead of putting me a the last row on JFK->BOS leg, pocketing the difference in ticket price But I do not really care whether you will ever do that in a future because in a future neither I nor anyone from my company (unless they pay out of pocket) nor an of my clients and partners (if they heed my advice) will ever be caught dead on any of Delta flights

The seats had plenty of leg room and the staff were very nice.

Copa performed as expected for the amount of money I was willing to spend for the flight; it wasn’t exceptional but it was not bad in any way either. The crew was good; friendly and straightforward. The food was airplane food, so no expectations there and the entertainment was lacking but that was my fault for owning an IPhone with a charging port that’s not compatible with the rest of the world. I’d fly Copa again.

Left my bags in origin city on a business class ticket , spent about 2-3 days in the same clothes plus the flight .

the planes are not modern there are no phone chargers

As usual, the flight with normal legroom was not very comfortable, but the second flight was much better because we had paid for extra legroom. It was very nice to check our bags without an extra fee.

LOCKED MY BAG WITHOUT CONSENT. Had to have my zippers cut upon arrival in Costa Rica.

Pros: "The seats in economy were confortable. The best thing was Copa gave us seats in the second line and my family traveled together."
Cons: "Coffe service could better the experience"
Pros: "The crew was very interested on help and attentive with the passengers. But the seat wasn't comfortable. The design of the cushion is not the best to be seating"
Pros: "You were on time, that is the most important thing in a fly"
Cons: "You could improve your entertainment, you are not a cheap company"
Pros: "That there was seltzer"
Cons: "The management of preparing the flight and plane so that it was ready for the trip!!"

I do not speak Spanish or read in Spanish When asking for help, people were hard to find they spoke quickly and pointed a lot directions for where to go and what to do we’re unclear. Which made my traveling uneasy.

Everything was as you would expect in coach - fine. Flight was close to on time.

No air in the middle rows. Had a hard time breathing. Was dying of heat.

Horrific checkin procedure with neither Delta nor Latam figuring out how to check me in. 4 hrs on customer support with both and both airlines pointing to each other who should do checking. I was not checked in until morning of flight, which for international flight is concerning.

It was a good experience, the flight was a little too long & the food was ok

Awful, horrible customer service. Flight got delayed and had to spend y the night in Bogota as a result. Very poor

the flight from Boston to Curitiba was on time actually 30 minutes earlier. latam was not able to unload the luggage for custom checkup in Sao Paulo ii took two and half hours . i missed the flight to Curitiba spend the night in hotel and then flying in the morning to Curitiba

Tough flight with turbulence… I was told by a fellow passenger that it is common. Nonetheless, very stressful. Cordial staff.

Very unprofessional staff in the checking and boarding. There was no space for my carry-on bag, which is understandable for a full flight. However, the rudeness in answering my questions about my bag were unnecessary. Shaming and threatening a passenger to be left behind was something I had never experienced (I am 57 years old and a Skymiles member) before. At a minimum, the boarding staff (Krystal Mejia and her manager Dee) should undergo further training on cultural sensitivity and professional skills on speaking with passengers. Krystal, just because I have dark hair and “look Latina” does not mean I can speak Spanish. Your assumption and threatening words until the very ending of my boarding (door of the airplane) were not only unnecessary and stressful but something that a passenger should not experience before boarding.

Very courteous crew, the food was good and the flight was on time.

Definitely my worst experience. We booked a flight JFK - Cartagena with a layover at Bogota. My partner and I were on time for the boarding at 10:55pm. We were about to enter in the plane, literally, when one of the officer from the airline Avianca, took the passport of my partner to apparently « looked at his luggage reservation ». It made no sense, first the luggage was under my name, and then we went through all the controls at the airport. The person went back to the gate inside the airport, I followed my partner. The employees from the airline were rude and disrespectful. They were not explaining us what’s was going on. After 5 minutes of silence treatment. They told us that my partner was intoxicated (it was absolutely not true, they never conducted tests btw) and he couldn’t board in the plane and he will take the next one. They didn’t late us coordinated the trip, and not even let us say goodbye to each other. I was forced to take the plane to bogota and my partner to stay in NYC. It was traumatic. My partner had to wait 6h in the airport (night time) and he had to pay an additional ticket even tho the employees mentioned he was going to take the next flight. We are going to file a complain. It’s unbelievable. First and last time I will ever use this airline. I do not recommend.

Ok, but these people don’t give you nothing no snack no water

No water for a 5 hour flight entertainment not working seats with little room for knees when person in front of me reclined kept bumping my knees.

I don't think anyone actually reads these comments, so I won't spend much time on this submission. If you want to talk, you know how to reach me. The D/FW manager of Avianca (self-identified), Juan Calderon, insisted I buy an onward ticket from San Salvador even though I have diplomatic status in El Salvador and live here. It cost me $1,393 and Mr Calderon would not let me make the ticked flexible so I could get a refund. He went out of his way to be rude to me. He gave me seat 32K -- windowless window seat in the last row and did not offer to let me upgrade even though there were plenty of seats. I have flown well over a million miles in my life and this is the worst experience I have ever had. I would like a refund on the ticket I was forced to buy. Just awful!

This is the Spirit of Latino travel. And don’t even get me started on customer service.

Awful. I checked in online and there was no option to pay for baggage, at the airport when I checked in my baggage was received and Iwas not charged. When I got to LA during the boarding process I was told I didn't pay for baggage, the crew resolved I was let in the plane. When I got to my final destination my baggage was not there. It took me two days to receive my baggage. Bad service ever!

There was no food or drink service, couldn’t even get a glass of water for free. It was a long and expensive flight to not offer food or beverage on the plane.

It is better at the jfk than my home country. It was very easy and everything was on time.

There is no food. There is no in-inflight entertainment. The seats are cardboard. The airline is a living hellscape.

My experience was amazing! They helped my elderly mother board on early through a wheelchair and were accommodating to have us sit together since our seats were in different locations. When landing at the airport in GUA they were very helpful with full of hospitality.

When you pay for Premium Economy and you’re promised amenities for the extra money, you expect them to work. They didn’t. USB connector wouldn’t charge continuously. 120v outlet wouldn’t hold anything you plugged into it. The adapter would just fall out. The noise canceling headphones stopped noise cancelling in the first 15 minutes for EVERYONE. No one on the plane knew how to fix it so I couldn’t listen to any movies. I just put in my AirPods and went to sleep. Very unhappy with the crappy Panasonic entertainment system. I won’t buy premium again.

When you pay for Premium Economy on an 787 and you’re promised amenities for the extra money, you expect them to work. They didn’t. USB connector wouldn’t charge continuously. 120v outlet wouldn’t hold anything you plugged into it. The adapter would just fall out. The noise canceling headphones stopped noise cancelling in the first 15 minutes for EVERYONE. No one on the plane knew how to fix it so I couldn’t listen to any movies. I just put in my AirPods and went to sleep. Very unhappy with the crappy Panasonic entertainment system. I won’t buy premium again.

I was fine with everything except for the last breakfast, where I did not have an option. the only availability was what I could not enjoy eating.

Everything went on schedule so I have not much to say. I was a bit disappoint with the breakfast choice - I did not have a choice as there was only one option left by the time the trolly came to my end and I could not enjoy it.

Thankfully no connections off of this one on the day of the flight as it was delayed 90+ minutes.

The plane was freezing cold. Normally I’m fine on planes but I needed to toss a sweatshirt on this time.

It was a tiny plane. There was a very heavy, very sweaty man in my seat. When he got up, sweat was dripping down the back of f the seat from the headrest. I couldn’t lean back the whole flight. It was very hot in the plane until we took off. Then as we flew low hoping to land, but were delayed for over 30 minutes, the plane got very hot again. On takeoff, the pilot started accelerating hard around the corner, something I’ve never experienced in a plane. Landing was fairly rough as well and we had to brake hard.

WiFi was down so no entertainment and I could not work either. The flight was Very turbulent at the end (the last 20 min felt like an eternity) I appreciated the pilot for getting us there safely. The flight attending in first class was kind and attentive to everyone.

When the first leg of my American Airlines flight from Atlanta to Miami to Sao Paulo to Brasilia was cancelled because of a tropical storm in Miami, American Airlines put me on Delta Atlanta to Sao Paulo where I caught my original Sao Paulo to Brasilia flight. American Airlines could have put me on a flight the next day or even 2 or 3 days later. But, the agent went above and beyond and made sure I got to Brasilia on time.

American Airlines actually put me on a Delta flight. They didn't have to do that. They could have offered me a flight the next day or even two days later. But, American Airlines agents put me on a Delta airplane from Atlanta to Sao Paulo, instead of going through Miami when my flight to Miami was cancelled. American Airlines made sure that I got to my destination on time. I appreciate that.

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