Lima Airport is known as one of the best airports in South America. The airport is officially named after Jorge Chávez, a French aviation pioneer born from Peruvian parents.
The airport is situated 16 kilometers northwest of the city center of Lima, Peru's capital. There's no train connection with the airport. Regular buses and minibuses don't stop directly outside the terminal but on the main road Avenida Elmer Faucet. Via that road, you can quickly and easily cover the distance to the capital's center by car.
The airport has many restaurants, cafés, (snack) bars, and shops: souvenir shops, duty-free shops, and shops selling typical Peruvian products. There are several VIP lounges and for extensive business facilities, like renting meeting or conference rooms, you can turn to the Ramada Airport Hotel. The airport has public computers with internet connection and wireless internet (Wi-Fi). Other facilities at Lima Airport include banks, exchange offices, ATMs, a post office, and a pharmacy.
In the aviation industry Lima Airport is indicated by the abbreviations LIM (IATA airport code) and SPIM (ICAO airport code).
Link to official website of Lima Airport.