Lima airport (LIM)

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To enter Peru, all passengers must present to their airline the negative real-time RT-PCR test result, with up to 72 hours old the result of the RT-PCR test (-), antigenic test (-) or medical certificate of epidemiological discharge before boarding the plane. Attach laboratory result in PDF or image format. In the case of children under 12 years of age, they only need to have a medical certificate of good health. You must also submit the ELECTRONIC AFFIDAVIT of Health, and commitment to isolate or quarantine him/herself.

Jorge Chávez International Airport, opened on December 30, 1965, is the main air terminal in Peru, concentrating most flights in the country. It operates with destinations in the entire American Continent and some locations in Europe.

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Number of Terminals - 1 - Open 24 hours a day.
Annual passenger traffic: 24 million passengers went through it in 2019.
Tel: +51 1 517 3100. Flight information: Tel +51 1 511 6055. There is an information desk on the main level, next to the International Arrivals Hall (Tel +51 1 517 3500 / 3501).


The airport is located 16 km (9 miles) northwest from the city of Lima.

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Car rental companies

Offices in the Arrivals Halls, available 24 hours.

Budget (Tel +51 1 517 1890)
Grupo ANC (Tel +51 1 574 1374)
Hertz (Tel +51 1 517 2402)

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Parking services at Lima airport (LIM)

The parking lot is located in front of the main building and has areas for short- and long-term stays. Payment can be made at booths situated opposite the terminal or at ATMs in the Arrivals Halls. More information: Tel +51 1 517 3234 / 994 006 350. Rates


Services for passengers with special needs

Facilities inside the enclosure include access ramps, elevators, adapted toilets and telephones, and aids for visually- or hearing-impaired passengers. To request wheelchairs, you should contact your airline in advance.