Aeropuerto Francisco Carle de Jauja v1.0 (SPJJ for MSFS)
Francisco Carle Airport (IATA: JAU, ICAO: SPJJ) is a high-elevation regional airport serving Jauja, in the Junin Region of Peru, and surrounding cities such as Huancayo and Tarma. It is currently served by two scheduled airlines. The airport terminal and runways have undergone expansion to accommodate larger aircraft. Travelers to domestic and international destinations connect in Lima's Jorge Chávez International Airport.
Francisco Carle Airport is extremely close to Jauja city center, about 2 km (1.25 miles) away. If you’re traveling with a small carry-on or a backpack, consider taking a moto taxi to the airport. Otherwise, a shared or private taxi will get you there in about 5-10 minutes. If you’d like to stretch your legs before your flight, you can walk from the city center to the airport in about 30 minutes.
Kiosks of bread, coffee, and cheese are located just outside Francisco Carle Airport for a quick bite to fill you up before departure. Book your flight from Jauja with LATAM today and spend your flight enjoying the movie or TV show of your choice.
Elevation AMSL 11034 ft / 3363 m, The runway is 2870 mts length and 45 m width.
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