The Expansion Project means much more than a new traditional airport. Together with the airport operators and the main investors in the market, LAP will develop the first Airport City in Latin America, which we will call Lima Airport City. It will integrate the port of Callao, the AIJC and Metropolitan Lima.Read more
Lima Airport City is a vision of the future that begins with the opening of the new Jorge Chávez.Read more
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The Airport City will be integrated, spatially and economically, through an integrated planning with the authorities of Callao and the Region. LAP has been working on an institutional agenda with the Municipality
Provincial Municipality of Callao, the Regional Government of Callao, and with the relevant central government ministries (e.g. MTC, Mincetur, others) in order to promote infrastructure projects that will facilitate the connection of the City with the Airport.
Also, LAP has been integrated and actively participated in the Callao Metropolitan Development Plan (PDM 2040), which has proposed a territorial development plan for the entire Callao region, is inclusive and is orie.
Among the main benefits, we can mention the following:
Among the main ones we could mention the following:
LAP has in its master plan projected areas for the development of the following assets:
The development of each of these assets will depend on the demand and investment appetite of third-party developers and investors. All of these areas are independent of the areas necessary for the airport activities at Jorge Chavez.