Peru PM: Jorge Chavez Int'l Airport to transport 35 million passengers by 2024

Aeropuerto Internacional Jorge Chávez

09:04 | Lima, Oct. 31.

Peruvian Prime Minister Vicente Zeballos has affirmed that Lima's Jorge Chavez International Airport will transport 35 million passengers per year by 2024.

According to the high-ranking official, this will be the result of the completion of the second runway and control tower, as well as the advanced platform by the end of 2021

In this sense, he indicated that solid steps will continue to be taken in order to rely on two international airports. 


Air terminals 

Furthermore, Zeballos underlined the actions undertaken with the purpose of improving services in diverse airports in the Inca nation, including the expansions of runways in the cities of Trujillo, Piura, and Chiclayo. 


Concerning ports, he pointed out progress of the modernization of the Pisco-based General San Martin Port Terminal is at 24%. 


Regarding the Metro Line, the Prime Minister stated the works are moving forward and that one of the three pillars comprising the integrated transport network is being strengthened. 

"For that reason, we are prioritizing the construction of Metro Line 2 in order to rely on five operational stations by 2021," he said.


Published: 10/31/2019
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