Limatambo International Airport

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Limatambo International Airport

Antiguo aeropuerto de Lima
AeropuertoLimatambo.jpg
Summary
OwnerCORPAC
Coordinates12°05′53″S 77°00′55″W / 12.09806°S 77.01528°W / -12.09806; -77.01528
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
02/20 6.479 1.975 Asphalt
34/16 5.905 1.800 Asphalt

Limatambo International Airport (IATA: LIM, ICAO: SPIM) was the international airport of Lima until 1960, when was replaced by the Jorge Chávez International Airport. Today, the terminal is the headquarters of the Ministry of the Interior of Peru, and the runways are incorporated within the city as the Guardia Civil and José Gálvez Barrenechea avenues.

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