These will come into operation at the beginning of 2023
In the offices of the work camp for the expansion of the Jorge Chávez International Airport, the operational technical team and officials of CORPAC S.A. met with their peers from the Lima Airport Partners team with the aim of reviewing and reinforcing the collaborative work mechanisms between both entities for the implementation of the Jorge Chávez International Airport Expansion Project; in which the construction of the new terminal, second runway and the new control tower is being developed that will benefit the great demand of passengers who visit our country. For this, CORPAC S.A. guarantees the efficient provision of air navigation services.
During the visit, the work commission visited the works where they were able to verify the progress of the constructions and buildings, which include the new control tower, the second runway, the technical and administrative areas.
While the expansion works show a remarkable development in the field, CORPAC S.A. it does the same by implementing the aeronautical systems that correspond to it under the concept of “work in progress” both on the runway and in the new Control Tower, which will be the first in the country to operate two landing and take-off runways simultaneously. For this, CORPAC S.A. is acquiring new generation equipment with high safety standards in order to guarantee the continuity of air operations in our country.
The meeting made it possible to learn on site about the collection of technical and operational observations that will allow the work of implementing the aeronautical systems to continue; as well as, exchange comments and suggestions of both institutions; highlighting that the commitment to collaborative work and to ensure the development of our nation has been reinforced, becoming part of the construction of one of the main national works such as the expansion of the Jorge Chávez International Airport, respecting all the scope that is in the concession contract signed with the Peruvian State through the Ministry of Transport and Communications.