Jorge Chávez International Airport (IATA: LIM, ICAO: SPJC, formerly SPIM) (Aeropuerto Internacional Jorge Chávez) is Peru’s main international and domestic airport. It is located in Callao, 11 kilometers (7 mi) northwest from Lima Center, the nation’s capital city and 17 km from the district of Miraflores. During 2017, the airport served 22,025,704 passengers. Historically, the airport was the hub for Compañía de Aviación Faucett and Aeroperú. Now it serves as a hub for many aviation companies. The airport was named after Peruvian aviator Jorge Chávez (1887–1910).
On October 24, 2018, the Peruvian state delivered all the land for the expansion and modernization of the Jorge Chavez airport to the airport operator “Lima Airport Partners”. The estimated investment of US$1,200 million includes the construction of a new runway, a control tower and a passenger terminal in addition to the existing one. On the other hand, the state will build a new bridge and highway on the current Santa Rosa Avenue that will connect directly with the “Costa Verde” highway, benefiting a lot of tourists and entrepreneurs who are only going to visit Miraflores and the south. Works will be completed in 4 years, by the beginning of the year 2023, and will allow the transit of 40 million passengers per year by 2030.
• 3 types of custom working jetways
• Updated satelite imaginery
• Custom ground vehicles
• New tower, runway and terminal construction works
• GSX ready with pushback spots
• Hand made textures with PBR materials
• Custom ground textures