Unfortunately, Peruvian Airlines ceased operations as of October 2019. Check out alternative airlines that fly similar routes.
Peruvian Airlines was founded in November 2007, receiving its air operator's certificate from Peru's aviation authority in August 2008. The airline officially began operating in October 2009.
Based out of Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima, Peruvian Airlines primarily offered domestic flights with a total fleet of 24 Boeing 737-200,300,400,500s and 2 Douglas DC-8s. The airline flew to the El Alto International Airport in Bolivia and numerous locations across Peru.
Sadly, the airline ceased all operations on the 2nd October 2019, due to liquidity issues.
Peruvian Airlines had a standard baggage policy that was not specific to any cabin class.
Peruvian Airline passengers were entitled to bring one 10kg cabin bag, plus one personal item, such as a briefcase, camera bag or small backpack. Carry-on baggage could not exceed 114 cm in combined width, length and height; this included any wheels and handles.
Due to limited overhead space, passengers who travelled on flights with 50 seats or less were only entitled to one personal item on board Peruvian Airlines aircraft.
The standard checked baggage allowance was two 23kg bags that were a maximum of 157 cm in length, width and height.
Excess baggage fees applied if size, weight and quantity limits were exceeded. Passengers were allowed up to a maximum of 10 bags total.
Peruvian Airlines' frequent flyer program Peruvian Pass, allowed members to earn and accumulate miles on each trip with the Airline. These miles awarded members with free airline tickets once enough were earned.
Peruvian Airlines only offered a small number of special services on board their aircraft.
Dogs, cats and household birds were able to be carried on flights for an additional fee. This fee was more for travel outside of Peru.
Pets had to fit within a carrier box that fit under the seat in front. The carrier box counted as one piece of carry-on baggage.
If you are wanting to fly with either a pet, service animal or emotional support animal, you can see all the information and advice by Alternative Airlines about travelling with an animal.
Peruvian Airlines primarily offered domestic flights, below is a detailed table of all its destinations:
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Jorge Chávez International Airport is located in Lima, the capital of Peru, and is the country's main international and domestic airport. Jorge Chávez Airport is the hub for Peruvian Airlines.
By passenger traffic, Jorge Chávez International Airport is the busiest airport in Peru. In 2017, it served 22.02 million passengers.
The Peruvian Airlines fleet was primarily made up of several Boeing 737s and included a couple of Douglas DC-8 aircraft. The airline's fleet included:
During its time, Peruvian Airlines fleet was made up of 26 aircraft.