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Lima to Charleston By Air freight, Cargo ship or Road

See the best way to ship your freight from Lima, Peru to Charleston, United States by various transport modes including Air, Sea and Road. Compare freight rates, transit times, route options and much more.

Lima to Charleston by Air freight

The quickest way to get from Lima to Charleston by plane will take about 1 day 13h and departs from Jorge Chávez International Airport (LIM) and arrives into Charleston International Airport (CHS). There are flights departing 2-4 times a week on this route. JetBlue Airways is one of the carriers that operates regular services on this route with flights departing 1-2 times a week.

Quickest air route

Jorge Chávez International Airport to Charleston International Airport

Departs from

Departs from

1 day 13h

2-4 times a week

5,034 km

3,128 mi.

1 transfer

No stops

Operating carriersDepartsAircraft types
Carrier Identifier: B6JetBlue Airways
1-2 times a weekAirbus A321+1 others
Carrier Identifier: UAUnited Airlines
Once a weekBoeing 757-200+2 others
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Most frequent

Jorge Chávez International Airport to Orlando International Airport

Departs from

Departs from

1 day 18h

2-4 times a day

5,170 km

3,213 mi.

1 transfer

No stops

Operating carriersDepartsAircraft types
Carrier Identifier: AAAmerican Airlines
2-4 times a weekAirbus A321neo
Carrier Identifier: NKSpirit Airlines
Every 4-6 weeksAirbus A320neo+1 others
Carrier Identifier: CMCopa Airlines
DailyBoeing 737-800
Carrier Identifier: AVAvianca
1-2 times a weekAirbus A320neo
Carrier Identifier: AMAeromexico
1-2 times a weekBoeing 737-800
Carrier Identifier: UAUnited Airlines
1-2 times a weekBoeing 767-300+3 others
Carrier Identifier: ACAir Canada
Every 2-4 weeksBoeing 787-9+3 others
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Lima to Charleston by Container ship

The quickest way to get from Lima to Charleston by ship will take about 17 days 8h and departs from Paita (PEPAI) and arrives into Savannah (USSAV). There are ships departing every 1-2 weeks on this route. MSC is one of the carriers that operates regular services on this route with ships departing every 1-2 weeks.

Quickest ocean route

Paita to Savannah

Port of loading

Port of loading

17 days 8h

Every 1-2 weeks

5,672 km

3,525 mi.

1 transfer

No stops

Operating carriersDepartsVessels
Carrier Identifier: MSCUMSC
Every 1-2 weeksMSC ZLATA R+11 others
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Closest seaports

Port of Callao to Charleston

Port of loading

Port of loading

23 days 13h

Every 2-4 weeks

5,715 km

3,551 mi.

2 transfers

1 stop

Operating carriersDepartsVessels
Carrier Identifier: MSCUMSC
Every 2-4 weeksCAPE AKRITAS+23 others
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Most frequent

Guayaquil to Port Everglades

Port of loading

Port of loading

18 days 3h

1-2 times a week

6,658 km

4,137 mi.

1 transfer

No stops

Operating carriersDepartsVessels
Carrier Identifier: CMDUCMA CGM
1-2 times a weekALEXIS+9 others
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Lima to Charleston by Road

It is also possible to transport goods by road from Lima to Charleston. The total distance is around 4,998 km and will usually takes around 4 days 4h by road. Note: This time estimate is based on typical traffic conditions and does not take into consideration delays or congestion.

Quickest road route

Lima to Charleston

4 days 4h

N/A

4,998 km

3,106 mi.

Direct

No stops

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