Airports in Peru


Peru is a country located in South America , which can be easily reached by plane from North America and Europe, as well as other countries in South America. If you need to fly from Asia or Oceania, you’ll most likely arrive via the USA or Chile.

Traveling within Peru can be done by air since the country has 3 international airports and 17 domestic ones (with scheduled flights) but in many cases this choice can be prove to be quite expensive. Still, deals are available and may never know when you can get a cheap flight to one of Peru’s cities.

Jorge Chávez International Airport (LIM) serves the capital of Lima and is the most important airport in the country. The airport receives direct flights from North and South America, as well as from Europe. Should you need to fly from other parts of the world, you’ll have to connect through large hubs, such as Miami or Santiago de Chile. The airport is hub for LAN Peru, TACA Peru, Peruvian Airlines, Star Peru and LC Busre.

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Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport (CUZ) serves the city of Cusco and handles both domestic and international traffic. It is the second most important airport tin the country. However, the international flights are only from other South American countries. It is not hub for any airline.

Rodríguez Ballón International Airport (AQP) serves Arequipa , Peru’s second largest city. It receives mostly domestic flights, but there are some international flights , too (Santiago de Chile , La Paz).

Capitán FAP Carlos Martínez de Pinillos International Airport (TRU) serves Trujillo but only receives flights from the capital of Lima. Inca Manco Cápac International Airport (JUL) serves Juliaca and the gateway into Titicaca Lake, Puno and receives only domestic flights (Lima, Cusco, Arequipa).

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