LATAM and Lima Airport Partners sign an agreement for the implementation of the LATAM VIP lounge in the new Jorge Chavez International Airport

Lima, August 21, 2023.- This news demonstrate the commitment between LATAM and Lima Airport Partners for the growth and modernization of the Peruvian commercial aviation sector, reaffirming the development of new infrastructure to improve airport services in Peru. LAP, the operator of the Jorge Chavez International Airport, and LATAM, the largest airline group in Latin America, have forged a significant trade agreement which will provide this national airline with its own VIP Lounge in the new terminal, ensuring top-notch service for its passengers.

This new 2400 m2 space will be located on level 4 of the airport, in the international departures area of the new Jorge Chavez, and will open on the same day as the new airport facilities. The lounge will provide passengers with an exclusive and comfortable pre-departure experience.

“We are highly delighted to sign this important agreement with LATAM, which will allow us to strengthen our long-term relationship with one of our key airline operators. This agreement will enable them to take their passengers' experience to the next level, at the forefront of the world's most modern airports. Together with LATAM, we share the vision of contributing to the dynamization of tourism and investing in the development of new infrastructure that enhances the experience of the thousands of passengers and users who travel through Jorge Chavez Airport daily.", said Norbert Onkelbach, Chief Commercial Officer at Lima Airport Partners.

This agreement is a significant milestone for LATAM's operations in Peru, displaying their commitment to excellence in service and quality. “We are highly delighted by this agreement. Having a unique space for our passengers will provide that distinctive and unique experience that characterizes us for tourists and foreign corporate travelers, peruvian and foreigners”, said Manuel van Oordt, CEO of LATAM Airlines Peru, during the signing ceremony.

The new lounge will be situated in the new passenger terminal, which is set to open in January 2025, and is part of the renewed commercial offering that will be implemented in the new airport. It is noteworthy that the new passenger terminal has already achieved approximately 50% progress of the works to date, and we are working closely with the entire airport community in the transition to the new operational phase.

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