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Stayed during layover

by Alexxryan (March, 2016)


Reason for Stay: Connection between flights
Where: Airside
Pros: The chairs by the gates had the dividers just between 3 seats..
Cons: Don't have bad thing to say about the airport..


Had 5 hour layover Fr Houston before the early am flight to Cusco.. Was able to lay flat on the chairs and slept for at least 3 hrs.. The restrooms were clean coz there was always a cleaning lady.A lot of the stores and restaurants were open late into the night.. Would stay here again.

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Outrageous prices, no water fountains

by web-administrator (March, 2016)


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(Guest Review) The Lima international terminal really knows how to get your money: Cons: - There are no water fountains, and water bottles are 3, which in Peru is crazy expensive! - There are three restaurants with burgers ranging from 14 to 16 to 18, which again, in Peru is crazy expensive! - 15 minutes of free wifi or 10 for the day - It costs 31 to leave the international terminal during a long layover and go into Peru, even if you don't leave the airport (the food court is on the other side of immigration) - But..lots of (pricey) duty free shopping! - Finding a plug is like a treasure hunt Pros: No arm rests between the seats, nap friendly. Nothing else. Conclusion: They have thousand dollar machines where you can take a fake selfie with a llama but no water fountains.

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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 sleep past the security, and in my gate. I was a tad bit more successful as it was quieter, however it still stunk, because now I was without internet. They say they have free Wifi, but it barely worked. Overall, avoid spending the night in this airport if possible.

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