Airport Technology

Jorge Chavez International Airport, the main international airport in Lima, Peru, is undergoing a major expansion to transform into one of the most important airports in South America.

The airport expansion programme will mainly include the development of a new passenger terminal, a second runway, taxiways, a new air traffic control (ATC) tower and a new aircraft apron. It is part of the economic reactivation plan proposed by the Peruvian Government. The new runway is expected to commence operations by late 2022.

The airport is operated by Lima Airport Partners (LAP) which is owned by Fraport (70.01% interest), IFC International Financial (19.99%) and Peru’s AC Capitales SAFI (10%). LAP concession officially commenced operations in February 2001 and its licence to operate the airport will run until 2041...read here