Cheap Flights from Cuzco to Lima
Flight information Cuzco to Lima
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Average flight time, total distance 583 kilometers
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LATAM Airlines Group
Flights from Cuzco to Lima are mostly nonstop, with one carrier offering flights with connections. Peruvian Airlines, Hahn Air Systems, LATAM Airlines Group, and Avianca offer nonstop flights to Lima from Cuzco. LATAM Airlines Group also offers connecting Cuzco to Lima flights with a stop in Arequipa. To find the best route options, travellers can search direct and connecting flights to Lima via Skyscanner.
Terminal Information for Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport
Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport in the popular Andes Mountains tourist town of Cuzco is located about 6 km from the city centre. It takes about 10 to 20 minutes to travel from the city centre to the airport by taxi, with fare costing around CA$16. There is one terminal made up of two levels, with several snack bar locations offering sandwiches and empanadas. There is also one restaurant that offers more substantial meals and some small souvenir shops located on the second floor.
Terminal Information for Jorge Chávez International Airport
Jorge Chávez International Airport is located about 11 km from the Historic Centre of Lima and has won the "Best Airport in South America" award. Jorge Chávez International Airport has a domestic terminal and an international terminal, and it has a four-star hotel adjacent to the Arrivals area as well as a large shopping centre and food court. The restaurant options include fast-food chains and coffee shops along with traditional and modern Peruvian cuisine. Travellers can also relax with massage and spa treatments at this Lima airport.
What You Need to Know
The recommended check-in time at the Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport is 60-90 minutes before the flight's scheduled departure. Flights from Cuzco are often subject to weather-related delays due to windy conditions, cloud cover, and storms, so travellers are advised to keep up with possible scheduling changes. Since passengers are travelling between destinations in Peru, there are no visa requirements or customs procedures. However, travellers should always carry a valid passport along with an additional government-issued photo ID such as a driver's license.
What to Expect in Lima
The best way to get to Lima's city centre is by taxi, whether it be licensed or unlicensed. Even though they are a lot less expensive, unlicensed taxis aren't a good idea because they can be dangerous. In order to ensure their safety, travellers should ride in a licensed taxi, which can be identified by black and yellow stripes on the sides and a lit "TAXI" sign on the roof. A new rule will also require licensed cabs to be painted black, yellow, or white. The fare from the airport to the city centre in a licensed taxi is about CA$10.
Lima is known for its historic city centre where visitors can find many of its best-known tourist attractions, including museums and cathedrals. The Museum of Italian Art, Archbishop Palace, House of Pilatos, House of Aliaga, Cathedral of Lima, and Basilica and Convent of San Francisco are some of Lima's architecturally stunning sightseeing destinations.
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