Peruvian Airlines

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Peruvian Air Lines S.A.
IATA
P9
ICAO
PVN
Callsign
PERUVIAN
Founded November 2007
Commenced operations October 29, 2009
Operating bases Jorge Chávez International Airport
Fleet size 8
Destinations 7
Company slogan Spanish: Puntualidad y Servicio
Headquarters Lima, Perú
Key people Cesar Cataño (Founder)
Mario Juan Alcantara Chign (General Manager)
Website Peruvian.pe/en

Peruvian Air Lines S.A, operating as Peruvian Airlines, is the new flag carrier in Perú. Having received a permit from the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MTC) to operate commercial aircraft for a period of four years, the airline operates 4 domestic flights.[1]

History[change | edit source]

Peruvian Airlines was founded in November 2007.

On August 7, 2009, the airline received its Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from Peru's aviation authority.[2]

The airline commenced operations on October 29, 2009.

The airline was shut down by the government on August 19, 2011 due to two incidents occurring in the previous months. It is apparently a 90 day suspension.[3]

Destinations[change | edit source]

Peruvian Airlines serves the following destinations:

  • Perú
    • Arequipa - Rodríguez Ballón International Airport
    • Cusco - Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport
    • Iquitos - Crnl. FAP Francisco Secada Vignetta International Airport
    • Lima - Jorge Chávez International Airport Base
    • Piura - Cap. FAP Guillermo Concha Iberico International Airport [begins 29 October]
    • Tacna - Crnl. FAP Carlos Ciriani Santa Rosa International Airport

Fleet[change | edit source]

Peruvian Airlines operates the following aircraft (at March 27, 2010):[4]

Peruvian Airlines Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Passengers Notes
Boeing 737-200 5 120 2 stored at LIM
Boeing 737-300 3 TBA 2 Stored at LIM

1 Stored at GIG

In early 2010, Peruvian Airlines purchased a Boeing 737-300 from Brazilian carrier Oceanair.

Peruvian Pass[change | edit source]

Pass is the frequent-flyer program Peruvian Airlines created to reward the loyalty of our travelers with many benefits. The card identifying him as members of the Peruvian Pass allows them to accumulate and earn miles for each trip in a Peruvian Airlines routes. Whenever the partner travel Peruvian Airlines, will add miles to your account will accrue Frequent Flyer. They let you get miles for free award tickets on any of our roads.

Status Peruvian Pass
Peruvian Pass Classic Peruvian Pass Gold Peruvian Pass Platinum
Conditions to entry Membres from 0 to 21,999 miles Membres from 22.000 to 34.999 miles Membres from 35.000 or more miles

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Major competitors Peruvian[change | edit source]

In terms of domestic flights, here are the major competitors of Peruvian Airlines:

Competitors domestic Peru only

  • Lan Perú
  • LC Busre
  • Star Perú
  • TACA Perú

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