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|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|LIM||Cusco||Feb 5 - Feb 17||$80|
|SCL||Cusco||Mar 14 - Mar 19||$226|
|LPB||Cusco||Apr 11 - Apr 16||$278|
|MIA||Cusco||Feb 10 - Feb 14||$388|
|MEX||Cusco||May 3 - May 8||$563|
|ORD||Cusco||Mar 20 - Mar 23||$580|
|LAX||Cusco||Feb 5 - Feb 24||$609|
|SFO||Cusco||Feb 5 - Feb 24||$658|
|GIG||Cusco||Feb 25 - Mar 2||$934|
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|Airlines Serving||Sky Airlines, LATAM Airlines Group, Viva Airlines Peru, Aeromexico, JetBlue Airways|
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Thank you. The trip was great. I did have a challenge knowing where to check my bag back in in Lima, but that is fine
Was great landing!
Traffic in Lima is crazy and we got caught in gridlock for 30+ minutes. We missed our flight and had to rebook for later in the day. Overall it worked out but maybe warn travelers that it can take 1.25 hours to get to airport if you’re staying in city.
friendly people, very nice
The only negative aspect of my flight was that the seats were incredible uncomfortable and cramped.
Flight to Cusco from Lima was fine. On the return...NO cancelled flight. Could not get us to our connection in Lima satisfactorily. We had high additional expence with another airline to reslove. I want a refund for the one way flight Peruvian did not provide...$82 American dollars.
Good flight overall
I arrived at the airport 5 hours before the flight, in connection, and asked to change into am earlier Avianca flight. They did not agree although there were available seats.
Seats were terribly uncomfortable.
We asked if we can get earlier flight instead of wait for the connecting, the staff just happily did so for us. Great help after a long flight.
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Flights to Cusco land at Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport (CUZ), less than a 10-minute drive from the city center. Nestled in the Andes Mountains in southeastern Peru, Cusco was the ancient capital of the Incan Empire—one of the major pre-Columbian civilizations in the Americas. It was conquered by the Spanish explorer Pizarro in 1533. This Spanish influence is still evident today in the beautiful colonial architecture. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cusco is an entrancing blend of ancient Incan history Spanish culture that make it definitely worth a visit (or two).
With CUZ located so close to the center of Cusco, travelers coming in on Cusco flights have easy access to a broad range of Cusco hotels just outside the airport and in the city itself. Any of these will put you in a good location from which to explore the region's attractions. Need a lift downtown to the beautiful historical center of Cusco? When you exit the airport, you'll see buses stopping on your right. Locally, these are referred to as combis. Many of these pass through downtown Cusco; just check with the drivers to find out where they're headed. Cabs are also fairly inexpensive, especially as it's such a short trip to town. It's also possible to rent a car if you want more freedom of mobility to visit ruins during your trip to Peru. Make your first stop the storied Plaza de Armas, where you can admire several beautiful old churches and revel in the history that took place just under your feet. Cusco is also the gateway to Machu Picchu, the world-famous Incan ruins, which are considered by many as one the great Wonders of the World.
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