Flights from Cuzco to Lima
Flight information Cuzco to Lima
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 362 miles
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LATAM Airlines Group
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Flying out of Cuzco
When you are planning to fly out of Cuzco, you will be traveling through the Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport. This is the only major airport in the Cuzco area and handles about 2.3 million passengers a year on average. The Cuzco Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport only offers regional flights, meaning whether domestic or international, the travel options are limited to South America.
Because Cuzco’s airport is relatively small in comparison to other airports, and has limited hours of operation. The airport is open between 5:00 am and 8:00 pm every day. If you have an early flight, make sure you do not arrive too early as you will not be allowed entry to the airport right away and will have to wait outside.
Airlines that Fly from Cuzco to Peru
While you may think there will be limited options flying between two Peruvian cities, there are actually several airlines that offer flights between Cuzco and Lima. These airlines include:
- LC Peru
- Peruvian Airlines
- Star Peru
- Hahn Air Systems
- LATAM Airlines Group
Arriving in Lima
Flying into Lima means that you will be flying into Jorge Chávez International Airport. This is the busiest and largest airport in Peru. In 2016, over 19 million passengers traveled through this Peruvian travel hub. When you arrive at Jorge Chávez International Airport, you will find you have a few options for getting from the airport to the heart of Lima. Licensed taxis are readily available to help you get from their airport to your hotel. You can also opt to rent a car from one of the four car rental companies that have offices in the airport. These include:
- ANC Group (Alamo, National and Enterprise)
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What You Should Do in Lima
If you love history and amazing architecture, the first stop you want to make while in Lima is at the Plaza Mayor. This site is considered to be the birthplace of the city of Lima and features a stunning fountain and is surrounded by palaces. Speaking of palaces, the Government Palace, as well as the Archbishop’s Palace of Lima, are also incredible sites to visit. On the other hand, if you want to explore some of the wildlife of Peru and the Lima area, you may want to head out to the Pantanos de Villa Wildlife Refuge to see beautifully preserved marshlands and the wildlife to be found there.
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