Programa una visita al Jorge Chávez  Aquí

Inicio de operaciones: 18 de diciembre / Primera ciudad aeropuerto Jorge Chávez

A modern design

The new Jorge Chávez Passenger Terminal will be designed to serve passengers from national and international flights of the same airline, generating greater competitiveness, greater destinations, greater connectivity and better airline offers.

This infrastructure will have five floors (a basement and four floors) that will allow the passenger to have a more extensive travel experience. In the same way, it will have three jetties for the boarding and disembarkation of passengers: one exclusively for domestic flights; another, for internationals and a central one that will be mixed.

In addition, it will be the first terminal in Peru to have a seismic isolation system, thanks to more than 1100 insulators installed on the basement pillars.

Design with history

It will have a modern design that is inspired by the Nazca Culture (it has the shape of a Hummingbird) and has sustainable implementations in energy and environment.

The new only-passenger terminal will be delivered in January 2025, meeting the technical requirements and the optimal level of service of the IATA Reference Manual for the Development of Airports and will have an approximate capacity for 30 million passengers per year with a constructed area of 210 thousand square meters.

With the new airport operating in 2025 and with an investment advance, during the next 12 months to that said year, LAP will put additional areas into service, reaching an estimated total capacity of 40 million passengers per year, and the terminal building will exceed 270 thousand square meters built, complying with the IATA Optimum service level.

Advance to March 22, 2024

Oct 2018
80%
Jan 2025

Technology in the New Airport

  • New access. Access to the new Airport will be through the future Santa Rosa Bridge, a work carried out by Provias (MTC). Since the project, we have already been building the platform that will connect with the future bridge and the entry of vehicles will be controlled by a license plate reading system that will monitor movement and the time spent.
  • Smart Buildings. On the occasion of the expansion works of the Jorge Chávez International Airport, LAP is carrying out a digital transformation of the entire airport infrastructure that will culminate in 2025 with the implementation of a centralized control system for the different buildings of the new airport to turn them into true “smart buildings”. This platform will allow the airport to control and manage, through a single system, variables as diverse as lighting, alarms, air conditioning, energy, security, among others. In addition, the system will monitor the energy information required by the organization to identify possible sources of improvement, and thus optimize energy costs.
  • New security system. All this new 900-hectare infrastructure (equivalent to the Miraflores district) will have a new perimeter security system that includes video content analysis and intrusion sensors throughout the airport fence. The new passenger terminal will have security cameras connected to a video surveillance system, where the user journey will be monitored in real time, automatically generating alerts to report possible incidents through image processing.
  • Disaster Alert System. In addition, the airport will be equipped with an Early Warning System for Earthquakes and Tsunamis through the installation of sensors (accelerometers) in the Terminal and the surrounding areas that will have permanent communication with the National Institute of Civil Defense (INDECI).

New Passenger Terminal Attributes

  • Expandable infrastructure. Growth Capacity after 2025, according to passengers’ demand, which will allow maximizing the efficient use of airport infrastructure adapted to the needs of the industry.
  • Safe and smart. It will have automation systems and biometric records.
  • Functional and efficient. Reduces “re-check” of international passengers connecting with domestic.
  • Connected with the city. It will adapt to the multimodality of transport and new road projects.
  • Simple and friendly. It will have an intuitive architecture, with shopping areas for a better experience.
  • Sustainable and in harmony with the environment. It will use LED lighting and promote sustainable transport.