Flights from Rio de Janeiro to Lima
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- Thu, Feb 6GIGLIMThu, Feb 13LIMSDULATAM Airlines GroupIndirectfrom AED 945
- Sun, Feb 2GIGLIMWed, Feb 12LIMGIGLATAM Airlines GroupIndirectfrom AED 1,169
- Fri, Feb 7GIGLIMSun, Feb 16LIMGIGAvianca (Scheduled)Directfrom AED 1,200
Flight information Rio De Janeiro to Lima
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Average flight time, total distance 3785 kilometers
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Frequently asked questions
Jorge Chavez International Airport is Lima’s main airport located roughly 10 km outside of the city. If you are booking flights from Rio de Janeiro to Lima you can make the trip with Avianca Peru and LATAM Peru, with all flights departing from Galeao International Airport.
* This information is correct as of September 2017
Airport Information - Arriving
Jorge Chavez International Airport is a single terminal airport offering a good range of amenities and facilities to meet the needs of travelers. If you don’t want to pay for a taxi to travel into Lima then there are plenty of buses available to make the journey including a dedicated airport bus. You can also rent a car at Lima airport. Inside the airport there are a variety of shops open to travelers as well as extensive duty-free shopping, while you won’t go hungry as the airport boasts a broad selection of cafés and restaurants. In addition to this, the airport provides passengers with free Wi-Fi for up to 15 minutes and offers luxuries such as a spa and massage center on site.
Airport Information - Departing
Galeao International Airport is home to two passenger terminals and ranks as the busiest airport in Rio de Janeiro. The airport is located around 20 km from the city so you may prefer to hop on a public bus rather than pay for a taxi journey. The airport offers plenty of retail shops alongside duty-free shopping and is also home to a good range of restaurants and eateries. You can also benefit from free Wi-Fi for up to an hour as you wait for your flight to be called.
What to Expect in Lima
The weather in Lima gets rather hot between January and March with highs of around 26 degrees and stays mild for the rest of the year. Many travelers including Brazilian and EU nationals are able to enter Peru without requiring a visa, although UAE nationals will first need to apply for a visa before making the journey. Take a look at the top hotels in Lima and you’re sure to find something to suit your budget and style.
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