Airport World

The expansion programme included a complete renovation of the existing infrastructure, the installation of LIM’s first boarding bridges, and construction of the new Peru Plaza, a shopping and gastronomy mall that has become a popular attraction for Peruvians and international visitors alike.

In the process, Jorge Chávez International Airport’s key infrastructure was transformed from less than 40,000sqm in 2001 to some 65,000sqm in 2005, then up to more than 89,000sqm in 2018. Outside on the ramp, aircraft parking positions increased from 18 in 2001 to 52 by 2018, by which time LAP had invested more than $455 million on Peru’s gateway to the world.

The expansion programme included a complete renovation of the existing infrastructure, the installation of LIM’s first boarding bridges, and construction of the new Peru Plaza, a shopping and gastronomy mall that has become a popular attraction for Peruvians and international visitors alike.

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