Peruvian Airlines

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For the former national airline of Peru (1956-1971), see Aérolíneas Peruanas.
Peruvian Airlines
Peruvian Airlines White Logo.jpg
IATA
P9
ICAO
PVN
Callsign
PERUVIAN
Founded November 2007
Commenced operations October 29, 2008
Operating bases Jorge Chávez International Airport
Fleet size 12
Destinations 09
Company slogan Spanish: Puntualidad y Servicio
Headquarters Lima, Perú
Key people Alberto Lopez Bustillo (General Manager) since Oct 2012
Website www.peruvian.pe/en

Peruvian Airlines is an airline based in Peru. The airline currently operates nine domestic routes out of Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima.[1]

History[edit]

Peruvian Airlines was founded in November 2007, receiving its Air Operator Certificate from Peru's aviation authority on August 7, 2008.[2] The airline commenced operations on October 29, 2008.

Destinations[edit]

Peruvian Airlines serves the following destinations (April 2015):

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City Airport
Arequipa Rodríguez Ballón International Airport
Cuzco Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport
Iquitos Crnl. FAP Francisco Secada Vignetta International Airport
Lima Jorge Chávez International Airport
Piura Cap. FAP Guillermo Concha Iberico International Airport
Tacna Crnl. FAP Carlos Ciriani Santa Rosa International Airport
Pucallpa FAP Captain David Abenzur Rengifo International Airport
Tarapoto Cad. FAP Guillermo del Castillo Paredes Airport
La Paz El Alto International Airport

Fleet[edit]

Peruvian Airlines fleet
Peruvian Boeing 737-200 to be retired and replaced by 737-300/400/500 in 2015.
Peruvian Boeing 737-300 wearing the livery with "Somos 100% Peruanos" titles.
Peruvian Boeing 737-300 wearing the livery with "Somos 100% Peruanos" titles.


Peruvian Airlines operates the following aircraft (at 27 April 2015):[3]

Peruvian Airlines Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Passengers Notes
Boeing 737-200 7 120 To be retired and replaced by 737-300/400/500. Being phased out by 2015.
Boeing 737-300 5 144 2 stored.
Boeing 737-500 1 120
Boeing 737-400 1 176

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