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Lima Airport Review

by web-administrator (January, 2015)

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(Guest Review) This airport offers plenty of seats after the security but before it is quite poor. In addition, there are not a lot of shops so it is quite to entertain yourself. The best is to come with your computer with a lot of movies downloaded or with work.

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Lima Airport Review

by web-administrator (October, 2014)

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(Guest Review) There is nothing to do, if you have a long stopover at night it will be your worst nightmare, the only wait you can sleep is going to your room and sleep on the chair (So unconfortable)

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Nowhere to chill

by Campesino (January, 2015)

Reason for Stay: Early flight departure
Where: Landside and Airside
Pros: Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, and Wifi (sometimes)
Cons: Everything except the pros. Nowhere to sleep, etc.

As a frequent traveler, and one who even lives in Peru. I often fly to various airports, including this airport....a lot. Never though, have I had to sleep in this airport, it's always a quick pass through (I fly from my Peruvian home in the mountains, to Lima, then two or three hours later, to the USA. I have to admit, I was not happy with my forced layover in this airport, I thought I would try to sleep in this airport, since I had never done it before. Well, let me tell you, that did'nt even happen. in my 8 hour layover in the night, I was able to sleep 2 hours. That's 6 hours I had to endure of this airport. I could not find a place to sleep, and Starbucks was the nicest place to chill. I tried sleeping, but the constant cleaning crews and annoying security prevented this. Then after going through security early, hoping for a place to continued >>

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Lima Airport

by web-administrator (August, 2014)

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(email submission from Sam) Pros: secure, accommodating airport staff, clean, lots of food options Cons: no cheap airport hotel, but if you are resigned to the airport floor, it's not bad at all in my experience Haven't stayed overnight in an airport before, but did so last night in Lima. Overall an excellent experience, I'd do it again. Started out sleeping on the left on the arrivals hall before being (politely) moved on by the cleaners, then went upstairs to the food court. Loads of people seemed to be sleeping there so it felt very safe but not too noisy. Starbucks does free wifi. Lots of eating options open 24 hours. Check in at 4:30am was super busy, so make sure to leave plenty of time.

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Delayed flight to Brazil

by machadoden (June, 2014)

Reason for Stay: Other
Where: Airside
Pros: Very clean, quiet and with nice seats
Cons: No hotel inside the airport

Just before the worldcup in Brazil I had to make a business trip to Lima. And to come to Brazil only 3 days before the worldcup was a not very good experience. I had a 4 hours flight delay and had to sleep in the international boarding area of the airport. After looking for a good area, the best I could find was in the underground floor close to gates 29 and 33. With large, clean, and new seats.

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