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One fee that I had not experience anywhere in the U.S is the Airport Use fee that I had to pay for a single ticket leaving the Jorge Chavez International Airport, both for international and domestic flights. I will imagine there is something similar in the U.S but most likely is already included when paying …

This is Part 2 of 2. Part 1: We are waiting for an airplane part… The good news, if any, is that when an airline cancels a flight it will try to reroute the most expensive tickets first. In the case of a person flying from let’s say, San Francisco to Houston to Lima, Peru, …

Flights from Lima to Mexico and Mexico to Lima has been suspended since 00:00am today (April 30th, 2009) according to a provision of the Department of Transport and Communications.

Valuable information regarding how the Peruvian airport is preparing to receive more than 1000 passengers arriving every night from Mexico and the United States.

If you hear this from a representative of an airline in the counter of any airport…. run !!! Run to the check-in area and talk to the rep there. Let me explain. Suppose that you are in any of the airports in the United States. Hopefully you are booked in one of the earliest flights …

The airport has changed a lot in the last five years. Before you needed to board a bus to take you from the plane to the terminal and then run (really, you had to run) to Immigrations if you had any hopes of leaving within a couple of hours. Not anymore, the first phase of …

There are few things in life as convenient as taking taxis in Lima, Peru. You can find a cab in every single street in Lima. It should not take more than 1 minute (maybe 2 or 3 during rush hour) to find an empty cab. When looking for a cab you have some options: Professional …