Lima Airport (LIM)
Lima Airport, known officially as Jorge Chavez International Airport, is by far the busiest airport in Peru. Found 11km from the nation's capital, Lima Airport is a hub for 7 airlines, including LATAM Peru and Peruvian Airlines.
The majority of Lima's flights are to destinations within South and Central America, although it's possible to get flights to the USA and to Europe from Jorge Chavez as well.
Lima Airport facilities
There's just 1 terminal at Lima Airport, making it easy for passengers to find the facilities they need.
In all, there are 17 places to get food and drink in the airport. This includes a mix of local and international businesses. There are also 19 shops, covering your need for books, clothing and souvenirs. If you want to relax before or after a flight, there's an express massage area and a spa service.
There are also 3 VIP lounges in the airport, offering comfortable waiting areas with buffet food, bar services and free Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi elsewhere in the terminal charges a fee to users.
For ideas on what to do in Lima, watch this video from the New York Times:
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Please note: all information is correct as of February, 2018.