Aeropuertos del Perú

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Aeropuertos del Perú (AdP)
Industry Transport
Founded October 30, 2006
Headquarters Choquehuanca 710
San Isidro, Lima, Peru
Key people
Leonie Roca (General Manager)
Products Airport operations and services

Airports of Peru (Spanish: Aeropuertos del Perú) is a private company that operates twelve regional airports in Peru. It is the first group of regional airports the government of Peru transferred to a private operator.[1] The company was incorporated on October 30, 2006.


In 2013, AdP invested US$112 million in the renovation of the runways of three airports: Chiclayo, Piura y Talara.[2]


In December 2014, AdP was 100% acquired by Talma, a Peruvian airport services company that belongs to the Sandoval group and Enfoca Inversiones.[3]

AdP's partners comprise Swissport GBH Perú, an air cargo warehousing, ramp services, and maintenance company in the Jorge Chávez International Airport area,[4] and GBH Investments, the holding of Swissport GBH group that brings expertise in infrastructure project management.[4]

AdP is being advised by the ANA Aeroportos de Portugal, providing know-how, experience and expertise in airports management to Aeropuertos del Perú. ANA operates six regional airports in Portugal: Flores, Horta, Ponta Delgada, Santa María, Lisbon and Faro.[5]

Airports operated by AdP[edit]

Trujillo airport

The following airports are operated by Aeropuertos del Perú (AdP). All but one (in Pisco) are located in Northern Peru.[6]

City Airport
Cajamarca Mayor General FAP Armando Revoredo Iglesias Airport
Chachapoyas Chachapoyas Airport
Chiclayo Cap. FAP José A. Quiñones Gonzáles International Airport
Huaraz Comandante FAP Germán Arias Graziani Airport
Iquitos Crnl. FAP Francisco Secada Vignetta International Airport
Pisco Capitán FAP Renán Elías Olivera Airport
Piura Cap. FAP Guillermo Concha Iberico International Airport
Pucallpa FAP Captain David Abenzur Rengifo International Airport
Talara Cap. FAP Víctor Montes Arias Airport
Tarapoto Cad. FAP Guillermo del Castillo Paredes Airport
Trujillo Cap. FAP Carlos Martínez de Pinillos International Airport
Tumbes Cap. FAP Pedro Canga Rodríguez Airport


  1. ^ (Spanish) ADP, ¿Quiénes somos?, retrieved November 2, 2008.
  2. ^ Vanessa Ochoa F. (19 March 2013). "Aeropuertos del Perú invertirá US$ 112 mlls. en mejora de pistas" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2016-05-31. 
  3. ^ "Talma compró Aeropuertos del Perú". (in Spanish). 10 December 2014. Retrieved 2016-05-31. 
  4. ^ a b (Spanish) Aeropuertos del Perú, Our Partners, retrieved February 5, 2011. Archived January 1, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ (Spanish) Aeropuertos del Perú, Airport advisodr, retrieved February 5, 2011 Archived September 3, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  6. ^ (Spanish) ADP, ¿Dónde estamos?, retrieved November 2, 2008

See also[edit]

Related articles[edit]

External links[edit]

(Spanish) Official website