- Charter and Private Operator Services
- Overflight Permits
- Cargo Flight Overfly Permits
- Commercial Airlines
- Monthly Block Permits
- Seasonal Block Overflight Permits
- Overfly Country Navigation Settlement
- Business Jets and Airliners Services
- Landing Permits
- Airport Parking Slot Arrangement
Any business jet aircraft operator or commercial airline that intends to overfly Peru aerospace required prior overflight permits approval,
As a flight dispatcher, you may need some pre-flight information about Peru overflight and landing permits and their requirement.
Some key points that must be considered when accepting a flight :
- The most important thing is CAA working hours, do they work on weekends?
- What aircraft document, you may need to submit overfly request?
- Are there any permit processing fees set by the Peru civil aviation authority?
- What will be the official overfly permit validity as per the concerned authority?
- How airline will get Peru air navigation bill from IATA or through a local agent?
What Information Is Required To Obtain A Peru Overflight Permits :
- Complete Flight Schedule
- Entry / Exit & ATC Flight Plan
- Lead Passenger Details ( Only for Passenger Flight )
- Consignee & Consigner Details (Only for Cargo Flights)
- List Of Required Aircraft Documents :
1 - Air Operating Certificate ( Private Aircraft AOC Not Required )
2 - Certificate of Airworthiness
3 - Insurance Certificate
4 - Noise Certificate
5 - Registration Certificate
Peru Sample Overflight Permits :
The issued overflight permit number must be inserted in Item 18 of your submiting Flight Plan.
- Sample Permit Format
Peru Overfly Permit : PVI-1676-2018
Is There Any Offical Peru Overflight Permit Processing Fees :
- According To Peru Civil Aviation
Officially there is "NO CAA Processing Fees" applied for issuance of Peru Overflight Permits.
What Is Peru Overflight Permit Validity :
- Peru overflight permits are valid for +/- 72 hours (from their initial requested schedule).
How Many FIR's In Peru Airspace :
- Airspace of Peru is currently having one flight information region (FIR).
- Peru FIR ICAO Code is " SPIM "
Who Will Issue Peru Overflight Permits :
- Peru Civil Aviation Authority
- Postal Address : General Directorate for Civil Aviation (DGAC) Avda. 28 de Julio 800. Lima 1, Peru
Who Is Responsible For Peru Overflight Air Navigation Bill :
- Peru CAA will issue air navigation bill directly to Airline/Operator.
What Is Peru Civil Aviation Authority Working Hours :
- Peru Civil Aviation Authority working hours ( 24 Hours ).
- Weekend In Peru ( Saturday and Sunday )
We Offer Below Peru Overflight and Landing Permits Category :
Ground Handling Services :
We understand that by the time, high quality and customized ground handling services, at the best price, are the key elements of a successful flight, whether it is an ad-hoc or scheduled flight, we make sure the aircraft, its crew, passengers and cargo are taken care from its landing to take off. We offer our customers an integrated range of high-quality cargo, ramp, passenger, fuel stop services within Peru and various locations across the globe.
List Of Airports In Peru :
- SPHI, CIX, Capt Jose A Q Gonzalez Int'l Airport- Ground Handling Services
- SPJC, LIM, Jorge Chavez Int'l Airport Ground Handling Services
- SPJL, JUL, Inca Manco Capac Int'l Airport Ground Handling Services
- SPQU, AQP, Alfredo Rodriguez Ballon Int'l Airport Ground Handling Services
- SPZO, CUZ, Teniente A Velazco Astete Int'l Airport Ground Handling Services
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International Trip Support Services :
Our highly professional flight support team with more than 15 years’ experience has the commercial technical and regulatory knowledge with expertise that enables us to handle your flight in the shortest possible time at any civil airport in Peru
Help to reduce the inconveniences of international flights such as obtaining Peru overflight & landing permits, escorting of passengers, crew through customs, and immigration. Arranging other services by third-party suppliers.
We adhere to strict operating and customer service standards that result in consistent, professional, and personalized service at every location we serve. We can tailor our products to the specific needs of each of our customers, offering all, or a mix of services.
we backed by hundreds of trained agents and handlers worldwide with a dedicated team of professionals who are committed to safety, customer satisfaction, and quality, we always have a solution if you can harness the right resources.
Our operations center with its 20 strong team strengths of dispatchers and flight coordinators is on duty 24/7 to meet your every need.
Our skilled flight support team provides extensive international travel support services for flight clearance requirements in Peru airspace.
You can contact us and our international travel support team will provide you with a full overflight permit fee within 5 minutes.
We have direct contacts with worldwide Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) and in some countries in which CAA is only allowed to process permits through local agents, we have a very professional local representative team available to support our valued customers so that we would be able to arrange landing permits on a short term notice period.
Before applying for an overflight permit, please refer to the following details that may help you understand.
Our services include international trip planning, overflight permits, landing permits, traffic permits, ground handling, real-time flight watch, JetA1 fuel, catering uplift, weather & notams, crew hotel, and any other services requested by the airline/operator.
Located on the Peruvian coast, Chimbote began as a humble fisherman’s village in the 1800s with a population of less that 800. Today it is the source of 75% of Peru’s fish cultivation, and the population now weighs in at over 300,000. You will probably catch a scent of fermenting fish on the wind, but it’s worth it for the breath taking ocean views. The sea is dotted with mountains, creating a jagged blue-green horizon. Chimbote is located in a desert, but its climate is comfortable due to the Humboldt Current. The weather is perfect for a stroll through Chimbote’s central plaza. In the evening catch the sunset with a visit to the Malecón, Chimbote’s seaside esplanade, and witness the many fishing boats returning to the harbor.
- Tingo María
Located in central Peru, Tingo María is the capital city of Leoncio Prado Province. Its nickname is ‘the Door of the Amazonia’ and it was thought to be unreachable until the late 1930s. Today it is largely known for coffee production and a tropical climate. It is located in the Huallaga River Valley at the base of the limestone mountain range called La Bella Durmiente, or Sleeping Beauty, because it looks like a sleeping woman. There is the University in Tingo Maria that specializes in forestry, and the nearby Tingo María National Park is certainly worth a visit, offering a taste of the lush secondary forests of the Amazon and featuring the Cueva de las Lechuzas, or Cave of the Owls.
Founded by the Spanish all the way back in 1538, Tarma is located in the Peruvian altiplano, or highlands. It is considered one of Peru’s most welcoming cities for travelers though it might be difficult to get here with the high altitudes. It is surrounded by crumbly brown mountains and situated just on the cusp of the jungle. This makes it a great home base if you’re thinking of coming to Peru to explore the central Amazon. The gorges of Tarma were once home to the Incas, and their settlements remain, albeit not as fully restored as those of Machu Picchu. As a result of Spanish colonization, much of the architecture in the region features red roofs and white plaster walls, in 19th century fashion.
Urubamba is located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, at the base of the mountain Chi’qun. In Quechua, the name means ‘flat land of spiders’. This may sound like a scary name, but in actuality Urubamba is a great place for first timers in Peru. Its moderately high altitude makes for a good place to get acclimatized to the highlands. The town is also known for its high quality ceramics. We recommend that you make your visit during June when the El Señor de Torrechayoc is on. This festival brings an influx of visitors, and costumed dancers perform in the streets as part of the celebration. Urubamba is also located near many famous Incan ruins.
Miraflores is one of the most upscale districts of Lima. It is located on the picturesque coastal cliffs of the Pacific. Miraflores is one of the major cultural centers of Lima, featuring a theatre, museums, and art galleries. It is a great tourist destination as it is host to acclaimed hotels like the five star Miraflores Park Hotel. There is also a myriad of boutiques, restaurants, bars, clubs, and pubs. Larcomar is a particularly popular spot to grab food, bowl a few rounds with friends, or catch a movie in Lima’s most state-of-the-art cinema. There are many beautiful parks in Miraflores too, including that of the Miraculous Virgin where you can behold the extraordinary Church of la Virgen Milagrosa.
Ica is a desert oasis that produces astronomical amounts of produce right in the middle of the dunes of the Atacama. It is only a few kilometers from the pristine Huacachina Oasis, which is certainly worth a visit. Ica is even the nation’s largest wine producer, as well as producing Pisco brandy. Unfortunately, Ica suffered a lot of damage during the 2007 earthquake. Many buildings are still undergoing repairs, and Ica’s beautiful cathedral was condemned. Still, Ica is home to the Museo Regional de Ica, which houses multiple mummies and pre-colonial artifacts. It is also near Nazca where you can see the famous Atacama Desert drawings.
Puno is located near Lake Titicaca and the site of 41 floating islands still inhabited by the indigenous Uros people. Puno is also a highly commercial city with a lively, progressive population. It is a place where the past stands firm amidst the present, as you bear witness to colonial architecture, and many wear the region’s traditional colorful garb. You can also find lots of textile made in authentic styles out of alpaca and llama wool as well as traditional Peruvian instruments for sale like the wooden siku. There is an air of festivity in this town as it is considered the folkloric capital of Peru. Catch some of this cheer in any of the local bars.
- Aguas Calientes
Aguas Calientes is located at the bottom of a large gorge below the legendary Machu Picchu. This small town found its origins in the early 20th century with the construction of the Peruvian Railway. The pueblo is otherwise geographically sectioned off from surrounding areas because of its proximity to soaring mountains, cloud forests, and the Willkanuta River. It is perhaps the pristine nature of this place, however, that makes it so stunning. Additionally, the town gets its name because of the ample hot springs that can be enjoyed here. The ancient Incan ruins of Machu Picchu, which reside only about an hour and a half walk away, are worth making a trip through the elements arrive in Aguas Calientes.
Large volcanic mountains form the scenic backdrop of Arequipa. Much of its predominating baroque style buildings were constructed out of the white volcanic rock from this mountain. Many of such buildings feature intricate carvings. The city faces frequent earthquakes, but the white volcanic rock makes Arequipa’s buildings resilient. The Basilica Cathedral located in Plaza de Armas, the principal square of the town, is notoriously beautiful. It became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. Arequipa, the second largest city in Peru, is also home to excellent cuisine and harbors a rich history. Colca Canyon, one of the deepest canyons in the world, lies nearby.
- La Rinconada
La Rinconada is a Peruvian city high in the Andes. La Rinconada is the highest altitude human settlement on earth; not a place for the faint of heart! It is 5100 meters above sea level and located near the base of a glacier whose name is also La Bella Durmiente. Therefore, it is snowy most of the year with only a brief summer. La Rinconada is close to a gold mine, and many of its 50,000 inhabitants are miners and their families. Despite the inhospitable altitude for those who aren’t used to it, the breathtaking scenery of angular snowy peaks against bright blue skies are positively astounding.
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