Lima’s Jorge Chavez Airport has been recognized as one of the best in Latin America year in and year out. But let’s say you have a long, long layover in Lima and don’t want to sit around. You want to get out to see the city, but don’t know what to do with your suitcases.
So what if you get to the airport in Peru to discover your flight is greatly delayed, is overbooked or canceled or took off early without you, what are your rights? Here’s what Peru’s National Consumer Protection Authority says: