Ivao Perú | La división de todos los peruanos

The fundamental instructions to fly in Peru!

General information

The following are the rules to follow when flying in IVAO Peru. Check the Aeronautical Information Services by clicking on the button:

What frequency do I use if there is no control?

Whenever you fly in IVAO Peru and there is no control, intentions should be communicated in 122.8 UNICOM, or in case of an emergency 121.5 GUARD, remember that this should be done in English text and in a clear and appropriate manner.

Altitude of Transition (TA)

In Peru, the (AT) of each no of the aerodromes is a fixed value.The transition layer is 1000ft, so that the aircraft are separated (one at transitional altitude and another at the transition level) by the minimum separation prescribed by the regulations.

Transition Level (TRL)

In Peru, the dependence of the corresponding Air Traffic Control Services will determine the level of transition that will be provided to the pilots before starting the descent for the approach.

Transponder codes

These codes will be used by pilots when there is no control or in certain cases.




Failure in communications




Aircrafts under FL200, without assigned code


Aircraft on FL200, without assigned code


Ground transponder test



TIPIf you are a controller, you can find the procedures PBN here.

Basic procedures

The method followed to obtain an adequate vertical separation between aircraft and an adequate margin on the ground, is based on the system of "flight levels".

Speed ​​restrictions

All private and commercial aircraft can not exceed 250 KIAS below 10.000 ft. Military aircraft can overcome the restriction only if authorized by the ATC.

Altimetric adjustment

In Peru during the en-route flight, the aircraft flies along surfaces of constant atmospheric pressure, called "flight levels". These are related to an altimetric adjustment to 1013.2 Hpa. (29.92 inches of Hg), and in the flight phase the vertical position of the aircraft is expressed in flight levels.

During the flight in the vicinity of an aerodrome and until reaching a fixed altitude called "altitude of transition" and in it the aircraft flies at altitudes determined by an altimeter regulated to the pressure at sea level (QNH) and its vertical position is express at altitudes.