Lima Airport Partners - Articles and news items
Fraport Worldwide: Lima honored with the Skytrax “Best Airport in South America 2014” award for the sixth consecutive year
Airport news • 24 April 2014 • Fraport
Peru’s Jorge Chavéz International Airport in Lima has been chosen by passengers – for the sixth consecutive year and seventh time overall – to win the Skytrax Best Airport in South America 2014 award...
Airport news • 14 January 2011 • Fraport
Fraport AG registered noticeable growth in almost all traffic categories at its Frankfurt Airport (FRA) home base in 2010...
Issue 2 2010 • 5 April 2010 • Mr. Jaime Daly, CEO, Lima Airport Partners
When it was opened on December 30 1965, Jorge Chávez, in addition to the facilities commonly associated with an international airport, boasted a fully-staffed crèche, equipped with special seating, playpens and toys, as well as a mezzanine nightclub able to cater to 310 diners and decorated with stylised Inca drapes. A four-metre high replica of the Chavín Stela, created by the Paris-based interior designer Max Ingrand, formed the centerpiece of the arrivals area.
More than a decade ago, Latin American governments opted for exploring various European privatisation and concession models as a mechanism to promote private investment in the development of public services. The main goal was to look for other financing sources, no longer from public resources, to ensure that the entire population had access to quality services.