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About Peruvian Airlines

Peruvian Airlines was founded in 2007 and began operations in October 2008. Year on year the airline has grown and is now offering more services. Peruvian Airlines flies to many destinations across Peru including Arequipa, Cuzco, Iquitos, Lima, Piura, Tacna, Pucallpa, Tarapoto and La Paz. The airlines has aspirations to fly to international destinations such as Iquique, La Paz, Guayaquil, Caracas and La Habana although their has been no confirmed information regarding these services.

Peruvian Airlines Fleet

As of July 2016, Peruvian Airlines operates using a total fleet of 10 aircraft on a Boeing only fleet. Their current fleet consists of Boeing 737's, more specifically the 200, 300, 400 and 500 series. The maximum capacity on any on aircraft is 176 seats. It is also believed that Peruvian Airlines are to retire their 200 series aircraft and replace them using 300, 400 and 500 series aircraft.



Peruvian Airlines Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Peruvian Airlines passengers are permitted a carry-on baggage allowance of 8kg.

Checked Baggage

All passengers that travel with Peruvian Airlines are entitled up to two pieces of checked baggage with a total weight of 20kg. Please note that Peruvian Airlines has a strict hand luggage allowance on flights to Cusco of 5kg. This policy applies to passengers traveling on Y Class.



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Peruvian Airlines Check-in

Online Check-in

Once your online check-in for your Peruvian Airlines flight has been completed, the flight cannot be canceled. Online check-in is available from 48 to three hours before your Peruvian Airlines flight. Online check-in is not available for passengers traveling with infants, unaccompanied minors or those in need of special assistance.



Alternative Airlines to Peruvian Airlines

Please click on the logos below to find out more about airlines that fly similar routes to Peruvian Airlines:

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 Peruvian Airlines Frequent Flyer Programme

PERUVIAN PASS is the frequent passenger program of Peruvian Air Line S.A. created to reward the loyalty of passengers with multiple benefits. Each time that you travel, you can add kilometres, and accumulate them in your frequent flyer account.These kilometres will enable him to obtain Award Tickets free of charge on any of our routes. The PERUVIAN PASS card is the operative instrument of the program which identifies the account holder and enables him to participate in the program. The first name and surname of the holder are stamped on the card, as well as the personal number which identifies his account.

The objective of the PERUVIAN PASS program is to offer a permanent promotion based on the obtaining of kilometres by the account holder (according to the conditions and procedures detailed below), which serve to be exchanged for air tickets on the routes operated by Peruvian and for the reservations available. Equally, all of the additional benefits which the airline obtains in establishments which affiliate with the program subject to the conditions, procedures and limitations detailed in the conditions of use.


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Enjoy a stress-free booking process with Alternative Airlines. We offer our customers the opportunity to book their Peruvian Airlines flights in English. We want you to have the best experience possible while booking with us, that's why we also have a specialist customer service team to answer any of your queries relating to your flight booking.


Peruvian Airlines Popular Routes


Lima  Cusco


Arequipa  Lima


Tacna  Lima


Iquitos  Lima


Piura Lima


Lima  Tarapoto


Peruvian Airlines Route Map

Peruvian Airlines Route Map


Peruvian Airlines Hub Airport

Jorge Chavez International Airport

Jorge Chávez International Airport, known as Aeropuerto Internacional Jorge Chávez in Spanish, is Peru's main international and domestic airport. It is located in Callao, 11 kilometers from the Historic Centre of Lima and 17 km from Miraflores. Callao is the port city now fully integrated with Lima, the nation's capital. In 2008, the airport handled 8,288,506 passengers and 98,733 aircraft movements. Airlines that fly from and to Jorge Chávez International Airport include Avianca, KLM , Iberia and TAM airlines.

Jorge Chavez International Airport

Photo credit: Rarrunat


Peruvian Airlines News

15th May 2018

Peruvian Airlines and Star Perú form alliance

Peruvian Airlines and Star Perù have signed a code-share agreement that will allow each airline to sell the others flights in an attempt to better compete with other airlines in the country. The new agreement will provide Peruvian Airlines airlines with a wider variety of flights, better services, and more economic fares for their passengers. Put together, both airlines currently account for 26% of national air traffic in Peru. 

 General Manager of Peruvian Airlines, Albero López Bustillo, stated that the code-share will give the public a much greater alternative for their flights, as apposed to the lesser choice of options that the airlines curently provide singularly.


6th April 2018

Copa Airlines, LC Perú and Peruvian undergo a code-share agreement 

 Copa Airlines airline will operate under the code-sharing system with the national carrier LC Peru and Peruvian airlines starting from June of this year, said José Agüero, general manager of the Panamanian company.An agreement was signed at the beginning of last year in order to boost the traffic of their flight to Chiclayo and connect Peruvians with more remote regions. In this regard, the executive said that this initiative is in the implementation phase. So far, they have moved a little faster with LC Peru, with those already in the testing phase.

 "It is a process of some complexity, with an 'upgrade' in the system of them, so that everything can be interconnected and so travelers can buy their tickets at once," said Aguero, in statements to the newspaper El Comercio . In a second phase, they will work with travel agencies. Copa is determined to generate more traffic towards its Chiclayo-Panama route and connect it with the other destinations that cover the LC Peru and Peruvian nationals in the country, through a single purchase.

 For the time being, Copa Airlines will focus on consolidating the routes where it is operating. Agüero said that the possibility of incorporating new routes is not on the radar, but he does consider evaluating a new frequency from Chiclayo to Panama. The changes have already attracted travelers directly to the northern cities. According to Agüero, many of the tourists who visit Peru for the second time travel to the north of the country. At the end of 2018, Copa Airlines aims to transport more than 500,00 passengers. 


6th October 2017

Peruvian Airlines and LC Peru team up with Copa Airlines

Codeshare agreement to allow Copa passengers to connect with LC Peru and Peruvian Copa Airlines has signed a codeshare agreement with Peruvian Airlines and LC Peru to offer lower fares and better domestic connections for international flights. The Panamanian airline offers international flights to Lima and Chiclayo via their hub in Panama City, where it provides connections with major airports in North America and Europe. Copa expects to bring more customers into their direct flights to Chiclayo with the new agreement, which is the first to focus on secondary cities in Peru. The initiative will allow the airline to offer better domestic connections and expand to other Peruvian cities in the near future.

 The airline is doubling down efforts to avoid the fate of their direct flight to Iquitos—which never gained enough traction to become economically viable and was eventually suspended. Codeshare flights under this agreement will be offered by Copa and only available for purchase through their commercial channels. “Twenty years ago, our services were seen as a luxury for a privileged few. Nowadays, commercial flights are a mass transportation industry that requires an evermore efficient and customized service,” Copa Airlines CEO Pedro Hebron told El Comercio, pointing out the pressure Latin American airlines are experiencing to step up their competitiveness, both in service and airfares.

The international flight market in Peru is growing; according to a report by the General Directorate of Civil Aeronautics (DGAC), the number of international passengers has increased 13.6% between January and July compared to the same period in 2016, for a total of 5,830,185 passengers going in or out of the country. In the same period, Peruvian Airlines and LC Peru transported 23.9% of all domestic passengers while Copa flew 9.4% of all international passengers. This alliance could help the three parties increase their slice of the cake in an emerging market dominated by LAN Peru and Taca Peru, which provided their services to 69.4% of domestic and 40.2% of all international passengers over the same period.


August 2016

Chief Executive Office Alberto Lopez Bustillo dispelled any rumours of plans to sell Peruvian Airlines having received offer from three firms, both local and international. It is believed however that Peruvian Airlines are studying the possibility of opening new passenger and cargo routes to Ecuador and Cuba in 2017 though their launch dependent on requirements that need to be fulfilled.