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About Jorge Chávez Airport (LIM)

Address: s/n Av Elmer Faucett, Callao 07031, Peru
City: Lima
Country: Peru
Phone: +51 1 5173100
Arrivals: Jorge Chávez Airport (LIM) Arrivals
Departures: Jorge Chávez Airport (LIM) Departures
Weather Temperature: 16°C
Conditions: Clouds
Humidity: 88%
Wind: 6.69 k/h
Pressure: 1014 hpa
Latitude/Longitude -12.0219, -77.114304
Map: Click to view airport map
Jorge Chávez Airport Duty Free
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Overall rating: 3.6 out of 5 based on 10 reviews.
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Jorge Chávez Airport (IATA: LIM, ICAO: SPIM), known as Aeropuerto Internacional Jorge Chávez in Spanish, is Peru’s main international and domestic airport. It is located in Callao, 11 kilometers (7 mi) from the Historic Centre of Lima and 17 km (11 mi) from Miraflores. Callao is the port city now fully integrated with Lima, the nation’s capital. In 2008, the airport handled 8,288,506 passengers and 98,733 aircraft movements. In 2009, the airport handled 8,786,973 passengers and 104,966 aircraft movements, which although small, was one of the fastest increases in the Americas. Between January and November 2010 the airport handled 9,361,846 passengers and by the end of 2010 the airport reached 10,278,493 passengers. During 2011 the airport served 11,904,553 passengers, growing over 16% when compared to the previous year. During 2014 the airport served a record of 18,170,035 passengers. For many years it was the hub for Compañía de Aviación Faucett—one of the oldest airlines in Latin America—and Aeroperú, both now defunct. Now it serves as a hub for many aviation companies. The airport was named after Peruvian aviator Jorge Chávez.

Peru Plaza Shopping Center
Located near the passenger terminal in the Grand Concourse, the expansion included a new shopping center with stores, restaurants and souvenir shops.

Food Court
Located on the second floor, the food court has outlets of: McDonald’s, Papa John’s, Starbucks and others, there is also a Dunkin’ Donuts next to the main entrance of the terminal. They are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, as this airport has no closing time. There is also a place (before security check and after entering the airport through a secured parking lot area to go to baggage check) with various ice cream flavors with some special flavors from Peru, such as Chirimoya and Lucuma. There is a way to the food court without having to go through security check.

  • 365 Deli
  • 4D
  • 4D Express
  • Airshop
  • Bijoux
  • Britt Shop
  • Caffe Lindo
  • Charlotte
  • Dunkin’ Donuts
  • Duty Free
  • Elrincon Del Pisco
  • G & G
  • Go travel
  • H. Stern
  • Huashca
  • Hugo Boss
  • Ilaria
  • Knelhot
  • Kuna
  • La Bonbonniere
  • Livingstone
  • Manacaru
  • Manos Morenas
  • McDonalds
  • Papa John’s
  • Pardos Chicken
  • Pikeos
  • Pretzels
  • Reupa Corta
  • Roth One
  • Starbucks
  • Subway
  • To Go
  • Travel Zone
  • X-Plora

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Jorge Chávez Airport Reviews

Very nice and modern airport.
- Gabriel Gonzalez

Smart, modern, convenient airport. But what is with the smoked glass in the food court???? Can't I look at planes while I eat my Chifa????
- Duncan Stewart

By far the best in Latin America. Comfortable, excellent services, clean, good food and shops. Very nice indeed. *****
- Andreas Koppa

A modern terminal, with a lot of services available, like ATM, shops and restaurants, but immigration and customs need a good improve. 40 minutes for passport control and almost a whole hour to pass through customs. Watching the amount of international flights it receives i guess it is time Lima Airport think about building a second terminal. Acessibility to and from the airport is also poor, you pratically have no option but to use a taxi, and still on the arrivals hall the taxi drivers go after you trying to make deals. Only, and just only if it's during the day, you have just hand luggage and you really are on the adventure mode you can do as the locals and get a small, old and noisy bus on the avenue outside, with a radio tuned in eletronic cumbia throughout the whole trip.
- Nuno R de A Graça

Not an easy airport to arrive, there is no mass transport connecting it and the highways are usually congestionated with a chaotic transit. Check-in was easy, security check a bit crowded, lot of food ans shops throughout the whole terminal, but it is not easy to find someone who speaks other language than spanish, even on ground staff.
- Nuno R de A Graça

Nice and clean airport. Modern and without too long ways to walk. Only immigration takes a moment... For transportation to Miraflores: Just walk outside the Airport area to the big street in front. There are small minibusses with an S on their mirrors - for 2 Soles they take you directly to Miraflores. Taxis outside the airport area are as well much cheaper than inside (for example 30 Soles to Miraflores).
- Limaboy

Eventhough that came with a slight delay if there were no problems, bad is the distance that is lime airport and that by car is far, if not a taxi, you must do so in a rented car, as there is no public shuttle arrives at the airport, there are difficulties in the security of around bad people, but when police presence is security at the airport is the only alternative for travel within the Peru or to make connections.
- Victor Muñoz

Jorge Chavez airport is one of the worst terminals I've ever visited. There's a lack of good signals to indicate passengers where to go. Inboud/outbound customs procedures are extremely slow, there are big lines across the customs room and no one indicates which one is for citizens or foreigners. Wifi service is free for 10 minutes only; This is just unacceptable having in mind that this terminal is used as a hub for several destinations by huge airlines.
- Facundo Bernardi

Low end setup for VIP lounge. Flying LAN business class and it turns out the lounges are shared with PP users. No seats. Few foods. Super chaotic.
- Lewis

Since it was operated by TAM, did everything at their counter. Check in was flawless, arrived early. Security was ok, I think I didn't have any lines on the whole process.
- Javier Velasco
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