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Jorge Chavez International Airport will be kept closed throughout the entire quarantine period
The Peruvian government has decreed a state of national emergency, so the airport will be closed for the entire period of isolation and there is no access to the public. For flight rescheduling, please contact the airlines through their website or digital channels.


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Phase 1

Phase 1 of the airport’s expansion, launched in January 2005, included, among other works:

  • Expansion of the passenger terminal. In 2001 it covered an area of 39,467 m2; by 2005 it had expanded to 65,528 m2.
  • Installation of seven passenger loading bridges (PLBs).
  • Construction of new domestic and international concourses.
  • A new 5,500 m2 commercial area (“Peru Plaza”).
  • The cargo building, later superseded by the LAP Cargo and Airmail Center, with a 24-hour capacity of 8,000 tons.
  • A 60/10 KW electric substation with a 12 MVA output, including a 60 KW transmission line.
  • Four water cisterns, two with a capacity of 500 cubic meters each and the other two with a capacity of 1,500 cubic meters each.
  • New offices and larger areas for Government entities operating in the airport.