La información que usted necesita antes de realizar un viaje.
Encuentre todas las respuestas a las preguntas que tiene un pasajero
antes de embarcar o desembarcar..
FLIGHTS - ARRIVALS up
After deplaning and entering the terminal, passengers should check
the information displayed on the monitors located in front of the
conveyor belts to determine which one is assigned to their flight
and pick up their baggage. Every passenger should check that the ticket
number issued to them by the airline in the country of origin matches
the ticket number on the baggage they pick up.
OF TAX ADMINISTRATION (CUSTOMS)
Customs personnel conduct random inspections. For more information,
ANIMALS AND PLANTS
Baggage may be inspected by authorities of the National Institute
of Natural Resources (INRENA, in Spanish), a public organization of
the Ministry of Agriculture responsible for the use of renewable natural
resources and the sustainable management of rural environments and
wildlife biodiversity. INRENA is also the entity in charge of issuing
authorizations, including export, re-export and import permits, and
permits for the internal transport of wild fauna. For more information,
T: (+511) 517-1850, send questions via e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For domestic flights, LAP recommends that passengers
arrive two hours ahead of departure time and proceed to their airline
counter with their airline tickets and relevant documentation. Airline
personnel will issue a boarding pass marked with the boarding time
and gate, weigh and dispatch the passenger’s baggage, and provide
each passenger with a receipt to pick up their baggage at their destination.
Domestic passengers must present their National
Identity Document (DNI, in Spanish) and foreign passengers their passport.
For further details, passengers should consult directly with their
For warehouse baggage, it is advisable to consult
directly with the airline because each company has specific policies
for this service.
EThe National Agrarian Health Service (SENASA,
in Spanish) is the State entity that authorizes the transport of animals.
Information about the necessary requirements to travel with animals
is available at the SENASA offices, located at the northern side of
the airport terminal or call (+511) 575-1599, e-mail email@example.com,
or visit: www.senasa.gob.pe.
:: ACCESS TO THE DOMESTIC DEPARTURE LOUNGES
IMPORTANT: Due to operational reasons, the
access to the domestic departure lounges could be restricted from 21:00 hours until 01:30 hours.
– Single Fee for Airport Use (TUUA, in Spanish)
airline check-in and before entering the boarding area, passengers
must go to the airport payment teller windows, located on the second
level, to pay the fee for using the airport (TUUA). For domestic flights,
the fee is US$ 9.40. (taxes included).
WARRANT CONTROL (MINISTRY OF THE INTERIOR)
Upon payment of the fee (TUUA) at the airport
payment teller windows, passengers must go to the International Warrant
area, a division of the Peruvian National Police, where their legal
status will be verified.
Passengers will go through the airport security
checkpoint, where their carry-on baggage and other belongings will
be inspected. To make sure there are no items considered dangerous
for flight in the aircraft cabin, in compliance with the ICAO standards,
passengers must place their carry-on baggage in the X-ray screening
machines and walk through the metal detector arches.
Items that are thrown away will be considered hazardous
materials and discarded by the passengers in the security check
point. Theses may not be recovered under any circumstance.
After passing through the security checkpoint,
passengers must wait in the assigned boarding area until boarding
their plane. Food and duty-free shops are available in the boarding