|Hubs||Jorge Chávez International Airport|
|Company slogan||Eres nuestra razón de volar ("You are our reason to fly")|
|Parent company||Aero Cóndor Perú S.A.|
|Key people||Captain Carlos A. Palacín Fernández (CEO and founder)|
Aero Cóndor, also known as Aero Condor Peru, is an airline based in Lima, the capital of Peru. It was founded and started operations in 1975, and provides domestic charter flights, cargo, scenic, and air ambulance services. Its main hub is Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima.
Aero Cóndor operated an extensive domestic network of more than fifteen destinations until June 2008, when most scheduled services were suspended due to the high fuel prices. On the same month, the Peruvian Ministry of Transportation and Communications ordered the grounding of Aero Cóndor fleet of Boeing 737 airliners due to safety concerns as these aircraft had been recently involved in several incidents. Nowadays, the company only serves scenic and charter flight.
The company is only active at the domain of scenic tourist flights and charter flights.
Former scheduled destinations
Ceased in 2008:
- Arequipa (Rodríguez Ballón International Airport)
- Ayacucho (Coronel FAP Alfredo Mendivil Duarte Airport)
- Cajamarca (Major General FAP Armando Revoredo Iglesias Airport)
- Chiclayo (Cap. FAP José A. Quiñones Gonzales International Airport)
- Cusco (Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport)
- Iquitos (Crnl. FAP Francisco Secada Vignetta International Airport)
- Juliaca (Inca Manco Capac International Airport)
- Lima (Jorge Chavez International Airport)
- Piura (Cap. FAP Guillermo Concha Iberico International Airport)
- Pucallpa (Captain Rolden International Airport)
- Puerto Maldonado (Padre Aldamiz International Airport)
- Tacna (Crnl. FAP Carlos Ciriani Santa Rosa International Airport)
- Talara (Cap. FAP Víctor Montes Arias Airport)
- Trujillo (Cap. FAP Carlos Martínez de Pinillos International Airport)
- Tumbes (Cap. FAP Pedro Canga Rodríguez Airport)
The Aero Condor Peru fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of March 2010):
- 1 × Antonov An-24RV
- 1 × Antonov An-26
- 3 × Cessna 208B Grand Caravan
- 1 × Fokker F50
- 1 × Fokker F27-100
- 1 × Fokker F27-200
- David Kaminski-Morrow, "Peru's Aerocondor ordered to suspend 737-200 flights", Flight Global, June 12, 2008. Retrieved on June 15, 2008.
- Endres 2010, p. 8
- Günter Endres, ed. (2010). Flight International World Airlines 2010. Sutton, Surrey, England: Reed Business Information. ISBN 978-1-898779-39-1.
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