Air Perú

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Air Peru
Founded2006
Ceased operations2009
HubsJorge Chávez International Airport
Fleet size1
Destinations2
Parent companyAir Peru International S.A.C.
HeadquartersLima, Peru
Key peopleGuillermo de la Torre Bueno (CEO, founder)
Websitewww.flyairperu.com
Air Perú titled Boeing 757-200 departs Fort Lauderdale, United States, January 23, 2008

Air Perú International was a planned Peruvian airline to be based in Lima, Peru. It planned to operate scheduled domestic services and international services to Asia, Europe, South America and the United States. Its main base would have been Jorge Chávez International Airport.

At September 2009, there has been no news on the airline and all plans seem to have ceased.

Destinations[edit]

Air Perú planned to serve the following destinations:

North America[edit]

South America[edit]

Fleet[edit]

Air Perú planned to operate Boeing 757-200 aircraft. One was seen in the Air Perú livery but was returned to lessor.

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