Aeroperú destinations

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This list includes domestic and international destinations once served by Aeroperú, the flag carrier airline of Peru from 1973 to 1999. Besides a multitude of domestic routes, the network with its hub at Lima's Jorge Chavez International Airport spanned throughout Latin America. At times, cities in the United States were served, too, as well as (between 1996 and 1997) regional routes out of El Dorado International Airport in Colombia.

An Aeroperú Douglas DC-8 at Miami International Airport (1986).
An Aeroperú Boeing 757-200 landing at Miami International Airport (1996).
City Country Airport(s) Commenced Ceased Notes
Buenos Aires Argentina Ezeiza International Airport
1974[1]
1999
first international route
Cochabamba Bolivia Jorge Wilstermann International Airport
1996[2]
1997[3]
La Paz Bolivia El Alto International Airport
1978[4]
1999
Santa Cruz de la Sierra Bolivia Viru Viru International Airport
1994[5]
1997[3]
Rio de Janeiro Brazil Galeão International Airport
1975[6]
1997[3]
suspended during 1982[7][8]
Sao Paulo Brazil Viracopos International Airport
Guarulhos International Airport
1975[6]
1999
suspended during 1982[7][8]
Santiago Chile Santiago International Airport
1975[6]
1999
Bogotá Colombia El Dorado International Airport
1978[4]
1994[5]
1991[9]
1999

focus city[3]
Bucaramanga Colombia Palonegro International Airport
1978[4]
1996[2]
1991[9]
1997[3]
Cali Colombia Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International Airport
1996[2]
1997[3]
Saravena Colombia Los Colonizadores Airport
1996[2]
1997[3]
Guayaquil Ecuador José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport
1975[6]
1998[10]
1994[5]
1999
Quito Ecuador Mariscal Sucre International Airport
1978[4]
1993[11]
1981[12]
1999
Guatemala City Guatemala La Aurora International Airport
1996[2]
1997[3]
Cancún Mexico Cancún International Airport
1998[10]
1999
Mexico City Mexico Mexico City International Airport
1975[13]
1999
Panama City Panama Tocumen International Airport
1978[4]
1999
suspended during 1982[7][8]
Asunción Paraguay Silvio Pettirossi International Airport
1978[4]
1994[5]
1981[12]
1997[3]
Andahuaylas Peru Andahuaylas Airport
ca. 1974[6]
1992[14]
Arequipa Peru Rodríguez Ballón International Airport
1973[6]
1999
Ayacucho Peru Coronel FAP Alfredo Mendívil Duarte Airport
ca. 1974[6]
1993[11]
Cajamarca Peru Mayor General FAP Armando Revoredo Iglesias Airport
ca. 1974[6]
1981[12]
Chiclayo Peru Cap. FAP José A. Quiñones Gonzáles International Airport
1973[6]
1999
suspended during the mid-1990s[2]
Chimbote Peru Tnte. FAP Jaime Montreuil Morales Airport
ca. 1974[6]
1981[12]
Cusco Peru Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport
1973[6]
1999
inaugural destination[15]
Huánuco Peru Alférez FAP David Figueroa Fernandini Airport
ca. 1974[6]
1991[9]
Huaraz Peru Comandante FAP Germán Arias Graziani Airport
ca. 1974[6]
1981[12]
Iquitos Peru Coronel FAP Francisco Secada Vignetta International Airport
1973[6]
1999
Jauja Peru Francisco Carle Airport
1976[16]
1977[17]
Juanjuí Peru Juanjuí Airport
ca. 1974[6]
1992[14]
Juliaca Peru Inca Manco Cápac International Airport
1973[6]
1999
Lima Peru Jorge Chavez International Airport
1973[6]
1999
hub
Moyobamba Peru Moyobamba Airport
ca. 1974[6]
1992[14]
Piura Peru Cap. FAP Guillermo Concha Iberico International Airport
1973[6]
1999
Pucallpa Peru FAP Captain David Abenzur Rengifo International Airport
ca. 1974[6]
1992[14]
Puerto Maldonado Peru Padre Aldamiz International Airport
1976[16]
1994[5]
Rioja Peru Juan Simons Vela Airport
ca. 1974[6]
1981[12]
Tacna Peru Coronel FAP Carlos Ciriani Santa Rosa International Airport
ca. 1974[6]
1992[14]
Talara Peru Cap. FAP Víctor Montes Arias Airport
ca. 1974[6]
1994[5]
Tarapoto Peru Cad. FAP Guillermo del Castillo Paredes Airport
ca. 1974[6]
1992[14]
Tingo María Peru Tingo María Airport
ca. 1974[6]
1991[9]
Trujillo Peru Cap. FAP Carlos Martínez de Pinillos International Airport
1973[6]
1999
Tumbes Peru Cap. FAP Pedro Canga Rodríguez Airport
ca. 1974[6]
1992[14]
Yurimaguas Peru Moisés Benzaquén Rengifo Airport
ca. 1974[6]
1992[14]
Los Angeles United States Los Angeles International Airport
1975[6]
1981[12]
short-lived relaunch during 1998[10]
Miami United States Miami International Airport
1974[1]
1998[10]
suspended 1984–1985,[18][19]
New York City United States John F. Kennedy International Airport
1977[17]
1981[12]
short-lived relaunch during 1998[10]
Caracas Venezuela Simón Bolívar International Airport
1977[17]
1991[9]
several short-lived relaunch attempts during the 1990s[5][10]
Maracaibo Venezuela La Chinita International Airport
1996[2]
1997[3]

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