One of the best outlets for escaping the routine is plan a tripalone or accompanied. Going to a destination we do not know allows us to leave worries that persecute us to focus on the present and enjoy all the details of the adventure, whether we are looking to rest or to know the history of a certain place. Although when we start with the organization we believe that everything is under control, it is possible that you feel a few seconds of anxiety when you leave the house and arrive at the airport and you wonder: where did I leave my boarding pass? Or even worse, what happened to my ID card?
This state of desperation is more common than you might imagine, especially if you’re a few minutes away from boarding and you don’t have time to take a taxi and come back for the missing document. If you think all is lost and your plans are ruined, don’t worry, you have a series of alternatives in your favor to choose from. Of course, you should check everything you are going to take with you more than once.
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YOU DON’T HAVE YOUR DNI AND YOU NEED TO TRAVEL?
You may face different scenarios related to your IDENTIFIER, for example: if it was stolen, it was lost and you cannot find it or you start the renewal process and it has not yet been delivered to you; among others.
In case we do not have our National Identity Document, what can we do? What you need to know is that you need an official identification in which your personal data is registered.
According to a publication by Jorge Chavez International Airport, if you do not have it with you, these are the documents that are considered valid for travel
1. National Identity Document (DNI) passport, immigration card.
2. Driving license issued by the Ministry of Transport and Communications of Peru.
3. In the case of minors, birth certificates or certificates are accepted.
4. In exceptional cases (in the absence of the aforementioned documents), the original registration certificate issued by RENIEC will only be accepted for domestic flights.
Each of them must be accompanied by the boarding pass issued by the airline you have chosen.
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RECOMMENDATIONS BEFORE TRAVELING
In the midst of the pandemic, Lima airport presented a series of travel advice who will fly in the middle of this scenario that has affected the world. Be very careful:
1. Travel light and avoid delays.
2. Don’t forget that wearing a mask is mandatory. A double mask or a mask with high filtering power (N95, KN95, FFP2 and KF94) is authorized.
3. Do not go to the airport with companions, except for people who need special assistance.
4. If you have symptoms related to COVID-19 or physical discomfort, do not go to the airport. Contact your airline to reschedule your flight.
5. Any object considered dangerous for cabin flight, according to the regulations of the Civil Aviation Authority of Peru.
ENTRY PROTOCOL AT THE AIRPORT
– All passengers must wear a mask at all times.
– All passengers must show their DNI, boarding pass or travel reservation to enter, preferably electronically.
– Failure to wear a mask or instructions from airlines, the airport or others may result in the cancellation of your boarding.
– With your boarding pass, go to the lounge entrance. Swipe your boarding pass through the reading machine (TUUA).
– The use of the bins is reserved for items that are not in your hand luggage, such as clothing or large electronic items.
– After each flight, the departure lounges are disinfected.