• Transport infrastructures

Jorge Chávez International Airport

We are in charge of bundles 2.2 and 3 of one of the most relevant airports in Latin America

Jorge Chávez International Airport, Lima (Peru)

This is our third airport project in Peru. The first one was Chiclayo Airport, and the second is the landing strip in Jorge Chávez International Airport.

Second landing strip

Lima Airport Partners (LAP), the administrator of Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima, awarded us, as part of the Inti Punku consortium, bundle 2.2 of the Expansion Project of Jorge Chávez International Airport to build the second landing strip. With this project and the existing landing strip, the most important airport in Peru doubles its operating capacity. 

The scope of this project includes the construction of a 3,480-meter long landing strip on a 600-hectare area and a road network of more than 10 kilometers, approach lighting systems, airport lighting systems, navigational aids, medium-voltage systems, and control and surveillance equipment. 

3,480

meters

Length of the 2nd landing strip

> 600

hectares

Total surface

>10

Km

equipment

New passengers terminal

A modern design

In addition, we have also won the contract for bundle 3, which includes the design and construction of the new 180,000-m2 passengers terminal, that will be fully operational in 2025, allowing Lima Airport Partners to achieve 37 million passengers per year. 

The new terminal will have 532,000 m2 of flight lines and taxiways. 

This project is one of the most relevant in Peru, with a US$ 1.6 billion investment, and will enhance competitivity and economic development in becoming one of the most important airports in the Latin American region. 

Currently, more than 2,500 people work on the construction of the Lado Aire. Over the next three years to develop the new passengers terminal, we expect to create around 3,500 more jobs.

 

Atributes of the new terminal

 Expandible infrastructure. Potential for expansion post 2025, depending on passenger demand, which will allow to make the most efficient use of this airport infrastructure, adapted to industry needs.

Safe and smart. Will have automation and biometric registration systems.

Functional and efficient. Reduce international passenger “re-check” connecting with domestic flights.

Connected to safety. Will adapt to transport multimodality and new road projects.

Simple and friendly. Will have an intuitive infrastructure, with shops for a better travel experience.

Sustainable and in tune to the environment. Will use LED lighting systems and promote sustainable transport.

  • Transport infrastructure
  • Airports
  • Peru

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