EVERYONE WHO IS INVOLVED IN THE PROJECT
The expansion of Jorge Chavez airport is everyone's task and also the Peruvian government through its responsible entities. It is also the responsibility of the international organizations that ensure compliance with aviation standards, the companies that operate at the airport, the airlines and the neighbors who live in the localities surrounding the project. The main ones are:
DIRECTORATE OF CIVIL AVIATION (DGAC)
Fosters, regulates and manages civil air transport and navigation.
Regulates and approves procedures and rules in air traffic services.
It has the power to suspend aeronautical activities when they do not comply with the security conditions.
GENERAL DIRECTORATE OF TRANSPORT CONCESSIONS (DGTC)
Belongs to the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MTC). It is the entity in charge of the promotion of private investment in transport infrastructure.
Inspects and supervises that the current operation of LAP complies with the obligations indicated in the concession contract.
It guarantees the conservation of the infrastructure in the long term under international standards.
Supervisory Organization for Infrastructure Investment for Public Use Transportation, attached to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, with administrative, functional, technical, economic and financial autonomy.
Inspects and supervise compliance with the obligations indicated in the concession contracts related to transportation for public use.
Has the power to regulate, supervise and impose sanctions and corrective measures when a fault is identified.
Provides air traffic services (control tower). That is giving instructions for the landing and takeoff of the aircraft.
Provides Airfield Lighting Ground and Navaids on the runways and taxiways.
It is responsible for the surveillance through the radars.
Address complaints from users about their services.
Check the hold baggage.
Watch over the proper functioning of their aircraft.
Controls the noise levels that are emitted as a result of the operation.
THE INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION ASSOCIATION (IATA):
Associates more than 250 airlines worldwide.
Ensures that air traffic between its members is carried out with maximum speed, safety and efficiency in optimal economic conditions.
INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION (OACI):
Design air routes, airports and provide support for air navigation in international civil aviation.
Promotes safe, regular, efficient and economic air transportation.