Lima Airport Partners (LAP)—a Fraport majority-owned company—and the government of Peru will move ahead with a major expansion program of  Lima Jorge Chavez International Airport (LIM) after signing an amendment to the 2001 Lima Airport Concession.  Construction of the $1.5 billion project is scheduled to begin in 2018. Development plans call for a second runway—to be built first—as well as a new passenger terminal and other infrastructures to meet ...

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