A holiday in Lima unearths remnants of Incan civilisation and the Spanish occupation, but before that, the Jorge Chavez International Airport offers modern comforts to welcome visitors after their Lima flight.
Cafés, convenience stores, and fast food restaurants are located here, and visitors can try Peru Plaza for local offerings like alpaca clothing, gold jewellery, and Peruvian coffee. “Baggage safeguarding” services are also available.
With KLM, “It’s your comfort that counts!” On Economy Class Lima flights from London, Manchester, and Birmingham, entertainment includes personal screens, video games, and a variety of newspapers. Browse through Holland Herald, the oldest in-flight magazine in the world, known for its brilliant photos and captivating travelogues. You can also make calls with your personal telephone.
Continental Airlines, North America’s “Best Airline” with the “Best Cabin Staff” (Skytrax 2008 World Airline Awards), ensures enjoyable Lima flights with its TV show Global Trends in Travel. There is a wide range of music to check out, like “Ambient Groove” for relaxing melodies, “Live Broadway” for songs straight off the stage, and “Rewind” for old favourites. Among the selection of video games are Poker, Hang Man, and Chess.
Lima flights on Aeroméxico are just as fun; its music menu offers rock and roll, Spanish pop, and tunes from the tropics. Catch up on the films while having a hot drink, or enjoy a custom-designed meal.
Try flying from London on Aerolineas Argentinas, and get a hotel discount. Aerolíneas Argentinas magazine offers feature stories on art, gossip, and business.
Delta Airlines and Air Comet also provide Lima flights.