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Old February 28th, 2012, 02:45 AM   #1
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LIM | Jorge Chávez International Airport

Jorge Chávez International Airport (IATA: LIM, ICAO: SPIM) is Peru's main international and domestic airport.
It is located in Callao, 11 kilometers (7 mi) from the city center 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.[2] In 2009, the airport handled 8,786,973 passengers and 104,966 aircraft movements,[3] which although small, was one of the fastest increases in the Americas. Between January and November 2010 the airport handled 9,361,846 passengers[4] and by the end of 2010 the airport reached 10,278,493 passengers.[1]. During the year 2011 the airport served 11,904,553 passengers, growing over 16% when compared to the previous year.

Compania de aviacion Faucett and AeroPeru, were based out of Jorge Chavez's airport for many years.
Now it serves as a hub for many aviation companies, such as LAN, Taca, Star Peru, Peruvian, LC Peru.
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Old April 14th, 2012, 05:55 PM   #2
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Without a doubt award three times the best airport in South America



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NATIONAL AIRLINES

Aerocondor

Taca Peru

Lan Peru

Star Peru

Aero Transport SA

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Luke Busre

INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES

Aerolineas Argentinas

AeroMexico

AeroSur, Bolivia

Air Canada

Air Comet, Spain

American Airlines

Avianca

Continental Airlines

Copa Airlines

Delta Airlines

Iberia

Gol, Brazil

KLM

Lan Airlines

Spirit Airlines

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Taca

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AIRLINES CARGO

Martinair Holland

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Skies of Peru

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Old April 16th, 2012, 05:02 PM   #3
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AIRPORT JORGE CHAVEZ IS APPOINTED LEADER IN SOUTH AMERICA


For the fourth consecutive year, the international airport Jorge Chavez has been nominated as South America's Leading Airport award for The World Travel Awards, said Lima Airport Partners (LAP), licensee of the Peruvian air terminal.

The Jorge Chavez airport terminals compete with Brasilia and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Buenos Aires in Argentina, and Santiago de Chile, Chile.

These awards are considered by the U.S. newspaper The Wall Street Journal as the Oscars of the travel and tourism industry, being the most comprehensive and prestigious.

For 19 years, around 217 thousand professionals from 162 countries vote to choose the best airports, airlines, destinations, hotels, resorts, cruises, and travel agencies from around the world, highlighting the quality of service offered to tourists and travelers. To vote for the Jorge Chavez Airport, only www.worldtravelawards.com must enter / vote, place an email address and choose a password.

Then you must choose the region South America and click on the category Leading Airport South American and vote for the domestic air terminal. Voting closes on 24 August.

http://www.aerolatinnews.com/index.p...&noticia=30219

http://www.worldtravelawards.com/vote
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 01:40 AM   #4
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Foto: Lima Airport Partners


Figures LIM | March 2012:

Movement of Passengers: 1,063,356
Change: +12.2%

Cargo Movement: 20.399 MT
Change: -1.0%

Number of Trades: 12.028
Change: +7.7%

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Old November 23rd, 2012, 03:55 PM   #6
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Jorge Chávez airport expansion will require investment of U.S. $ 830 million




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Peruvian President Ollanta Humala flew over the land in February 2013 will be awarded to the concessionaire Lima Airports Partners for the start of construction. It will serve more than 23 million passengers

Extending the Jorge Chavez International Airport, including the construction of the second runway starting next year, an investment of $ 830 million, calculated the Minister of Transport and Communications, Carlos Paredes.

The President of Peru, Ollanta Humala, accompanied by the minister, performed a flyby of 689 hectares land where the construction of the second terminal and the second runway, that will expand and modernize the air terminal to become the first South American hub .

Article in Spanish


http://gestion.pe/economia/ampliacio...llones-2050622
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Foto: Lima Airport Partners

LIM | October 2012:

  • Passengers: 1,195,624
  • Variation: +14.9%
  • Cargo: 28,478 TM
  • Variation: -0.7%
  • Número de Operaciones: 13,233
  • Variación: +15.7%
Source: Fraport AG Group
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Actually, to say that the airport Jorge Chavez will have a second runway, perhaps it should be said that there will be a new airport, and it will have two tracks, one of which is that of the current terminal.


This, in light of the great changes that have been, and that is evident in the two renderings that accompany this letter. The magnitude of these explain why the concessionaire Lima Airport Partners (LAP) takes the time to define the time of commencement of the work, despite the impatience of many. It is not simply about building a new track, but to raise a large airport complex, with the exception of the current track will be completely new. And, as we know, investments, especially when they are large, they need the right conditions, the most important to have a minimum demand to justify undertaking a company of this magnitude.

No doubt that this will happen in the not too distant future, perhaps sooner than expected in 2014, as the airport movement had been showing up before the international crisis, a very interesting dynamic that will surely return soon. Anyway, still waiting for that moment, and to take note of some peculiarities of the new airport, we can take a look at the likely design, taking as its source the LAP own, according to a document of 2007 the Ministry Transport and Communications.

For starters (see graph below), the entry is no longer by Faucett Avenue, but by the avenue leading to the river Rimac, which will be built on two bridges.


Moving between the two runways, it will go through a large parking area and shall be paid to the new terminal, which will serve both domestic and international flights.

This will be considerably larger than at present, and with a very different design, it will not be long, but the shape of a letter H, measured from the core to the movement of passengers and the public. This distribution will minimize pedestrian distances, benefiting especially those who must make flight connections. The lounges are on all sides of the H, which, in times of great movement, is fully lined with a large number of planes, each of which have, of course, a corresponding sleeve approach.

In front of the terminal, and exactly between the two tracks, to house the new control tower, which will look very different from today. Next to it there will be a rescue station and fire fighting.

The new track, although it will be parallel to the current, is located a little further north.

For facilities that currently employ, run different fate. Some continue to operate normally, others will have a different function, and some of them disappear. The passenger terminal, for example, is disabled, while the parking area will be exclusive of airport employees. The hotel Ramada Costa del Sol, although no longer as close to the track, will remain irreplaceable as nearby lodging establishment and quality.

The current successful shopping complex, called Peru Plaza, will be replicated and repowered in the new terminal, under the name of Peru Plaza II. Similar efforts will be repowering in the air cargo and courier type quick Aeromarítima combined load, which will certainly be underpinned by strong tobacco companies, many of which have excellent facilities near the airport.

Since many of those facilities or activities (which also should mention the management, air cargo and kitchen) will be separated from the new terminal, it will stand the current runway is expected to build one underpasses or more interconnection between both areas.

Furthermore, using the nearby port of Callao, on the west side of the airport complex was put into use a bimodal air-sea terminal, designed to operate as a small zone.

As we see, interesting news is announced in the Jorge Chavez. Over time we will wait to see if realized.
So, in Feb/2013 the second runaway will start!
I really Like this airport, 4 times the best in Latin America!

Pd: Sorry for my english!
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remodeling: video of how would be the best airport in South America
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Old July 29th, 2013, 03:16 AM   #9
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LIM has a bright future ahead. I hope they tear down the old terminal and build a new cargo terminal or expand the current onto the old terminal land once the new terminal is built. Lima has a great airport and hopefully it will continue to expand be a great airport well into the future.
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