IMPORTANT: The information provided below is only a quick guide, but it may be subject to change due to permanent changes in the health situation. Therefore, always corroborate the information with the official entities and the airline with which you intend to travel to and also check if at the time of your trip, the country you are coming from is not within the list of High Risk Countries
Covid-19: Regulations for travel to Peru
1. Certificate of vaccination or negative result of a molecular PCR test:
Any person who enters the national territory, as a passenger and regardless of the country of origin, must prove that they have completed the dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, in Peru and / or abroad, fourteen (14) days before boarding at its point of origin.
If you do not have a vaccination certificate, you may submit a negative molecular test with a result date of no more than 72 hours before boarding at your point of origin.
Children under twelve only need to be asymptomatic to board.
In the particular case of Peruvian passengers and resident foreigners from the Republic of South Africa and the Republic of Botswana , or who have made a stopover in these places, they must prove that they have completed, in Peru and / or abroad, their scheme of vaccination against COVID-19 and have a negative molecular test with a result date no greater than 48 hours before boarding at your point of origin.
2. Complete an online health affidavit:
Any person entering the national territory must complete an Affidavit of Health online within 72 hours prior to boarding. You can access the statement through the following link: https://djsaludviajero.minsa.gob.pe/dj-salud/
3. Use of mask:
The use of a KN95 mask is mandatory, or failing that, a three-fold surgical mask and on top of it a community mask (cloth) to circulate on public roads and in closed places, or in places where it cannot be maintained. physical or bodily distancing, including the Jorge Chavez airport (in the city of Lima).
Passengers entering Peru are not required to quarantine, with the exception of those people who show symptoms upon entering the national territory, who will enter mandatory isolation . The National Health Authority is empowered to take molecular tests (PCR) on passengers arriving in the country , establishing complementary health measures for positive cases among those from countries with cases of community infection due to the variants of concern of COVID- 19, or who have made a stopover in these places.
Lima airport FAQs
How to go from the airport to the Miraflores district by bus?
The Airport Express Lima bus service offers transfers to and from the tourist district of Lima, Miraflores. Frequencies every 30-60 minutes between 7:00 am and 0:00 am, and the counters are located at the arrivals (international and domestic). The journey time will depend on the traffic and the stop (between 45 and 90 minutes). Single fare: USD8.00.
Where to wait for the Uber or Cabify?
Uber or Cabify pickup locations at Lima airport are subject to change, so to find your pickup location, always check the app after requesting a ride. There is free Wi-fi inside the airport. The rate ranges between 40 and 60 soles.
Is there free internet access?
The Wi-Fi service is offered free and paid. You must connect to WIGO.Lima Airport and register with a Facebook account or through a manual form. The free service can be used for 30 minutes in two 15-minute sessions, with which you can access a Basic service (social networks, google, emails). While the Premium option allows you to enjoy Wi-Fi at a higher speed and without restrictions. Rates: two hours USD 5, one day USD 10 and one month of Wifi: USD 12.
Where to buy a SIM card?
There is a Claro store, available 24 hours, with International Roaming packages, physical recharge cards, virtual recharges and modem rental, in addition to the sale and rental of cellular equipment with pre-paid and post-paid plans.
What to do in case of a long layover?
There are many shops and 24 hour duty free, restaurants, bars and cafes (several available 24 hours). In turn, Lima airport (LIM) has 24-hour VIP lounges and they are a great option for a connected flight, a canceled flight, an early morning check-in or for a breakfast, buffet lunch, snacks, drinks and a relaxed environment for rest or work. There is also a hotel connected to the terminal: Costa del Sol Wyndham, ideal for travelers in transit.
On the other hand, the airport has a 24-hour left luggage service, and you can also choose to take a walk through the city of Lima (the Airport Express bus takes you to Miraflores). Please note that if you go out to the public area and then return to the security area to take your connecting flight, you will have to pay an airport tax of 30 USD in cash.
What to do in case of loss of valuables or luggage?
For lost luggage you should contact your airline or go to their counter at the airport. If you lose any belongings inside the airport or Parking facilities, call the Lost and Found office at 517-3712 from Monday to Sunday from 08:30 to 13:00 and from 14:00 to 18:30. The objects remain in the custody of Lima Airport Partners for 20 days.
Is there a luggage storage service?
Left Luggage offers luggage custody service. Hours of operation: 24 hours
Telephone: (511) 9225-5911. There is also a 24-hour luggage packaging service, luggage protection and warranty in case of damage and loss. It is located between gates 6 and 7 in the Check In Hall
Are there currency exchange bureaus and banking services?
An agency of Banco Interbank (9 am to 9 pm), ATMs and two 24-hour currency exchange agencies (Money Exchange Interbank and World Xchange) are present inside the terminal.
Are there First Aid Services?
24-hour emergency medical services are provided through Air Health (State Agency) located in National Arrivals, first level and Cardio Móvil located in International Arrivals, first level. Emergency phone: (511) 5173999.
What facilities and services does the airport offer for special and disabled passengers?
Jorge Chávez airport has elevators, public telephones, reserved parking spaces, toilet facilities, access ramps, among others for people with reduced mobility or disabilities. If you need wheelchairs, they must be requested from the airline in advance (at least 48 hours before the flight). In turn, during the boarding or arrival process, preferential attention lines are offered.
In case of traveling with a pet, you must make a payment at the Banco de la Nación, as the case may be, carry the vaccination and health certificate, and pass an inspection at the SENASA offices located at the Airport. More information on tel. (511) 575-1599.
There is a 24-hour lactation room, on the Second Floor, Public Area.