What airlines are flying out of Lima Peru?

What airlines are flying out of Lima Peru?

Airlines flying from Lima

  • LATAM (LA)45 destinations.
  • Sky Airline (H2)15 destinations.
  • Viva Air Peru (VV)6 destinations.
  • Star Peru (2I)5 destinations.
  • California Pacific Airlines (4A)5 destinations.
  • Avianca (AV)4 destinations.
  • United Airlines (UA)2 destinations.
  • American Airlines (AA)2 destinations.

Is Jorge Chavez International Airport closed?

For the latest updates on current public health measures, please refer to the Embassy health alerts here. The Jorge Chavez International Airport is open and international flights to the United States are available.

What US cities have direct flights to Lima Peru?

USA. There are direct (nonstop) flights to Lima from Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami and New York.

How many airports does Lima Peru have?


City served Region Airport name
Lima / Callao Callao Jorge Chávez International Airport (40)
Trujillo La Libertad Cap. FAP Carlos Martínez de Pinillos International Airport (1)
Domestic airports featuring scheduled services
Andahuaylas Apurímac Andahuaylas Airport

Is the airport in Peru open?

The national level health emergency has been extended for an additional 90 days until March 1, 2022. The Jorge Chavez International Airport in Lima remains open, and domestic land and air transportation continue with reduced occupancy ​in all other regions of the country (see additional restrictions below).

What airlines are flying to Peru?

Which airlines offer direct flights to Peru? Delta, American Airlines, LATAM Airlines, LATAM Airlines Peru, British Airways, United, Korean Air and Cathay Pacific all fly non-stop to Peru.

How safe is Lima Peru?

Statistically, Lima is the most dangerous city in Peru. The crime rate is relatively high, however, most crimes only target locals. Visitors normally have to deal with petty theft and pickpocketing.

What airport is closest to Machu Picchu Peru?

The nearest airport to Machu Picchu is located in the mountains in high altitude Cusco, Peru. (11,000 ft / 3350 m elevation) Although Cusco is considered an international airport, the majority of flights will come through Lima.

Can US citizens travel to Peru?

A passport valid for six months is required to enter Peru. Tourists must also provide evidence of return or onward travel. Travelers to Peru will receive a card from Peruvian Immigration upon arrival stating the length of approved stay (usually 90 days). Extensions are not available, and overstays will result in fines.