Jorge Chávez International Airport, Peru’s main airport, is undergoing the largest enlargement in its history: its current area will practically double, thus enabling it to welcome more passengers every year. It is an enlargement that will enable the airport to meet its predicted demand of 24.5 million passengers a year by 2022.
Ineco, as part of a consortium with Peruvian engineering firm Cesel, will oversee works until 2021. The planned works include, among others, building a second runway 3,500 metres in length and new taxiways, as well as expanding the aircraft parking apron, all of which are to come into service by 2021.
In the landside, a new terminal area will be built, which is forecasted to open at the same time that the new runway comes into service, along with its system of taxiways and apron, as mentioned in the previous paragraph.
The investment budgeted is USD $1,200 million.
Ineco shall report to OSITRAN (Supervisory Organization for Investment in Public Transportation Infrastructure), which would ensure the correct development of the works and compliance with the contract terms.