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About Viva Air Perú
Viva Air Perú, also known as ViviAir.com, is a low-cost Peruvian airline which commenced operations from 9th May 2017.
The airline provides domestic service within and around Perú. Viva Air bring one piece of cabin luggage of 12 kg and 55x45x25 cm, get on board with the first group and, if you have your printed boarding pass, go straight to the boarding lounge. The VivaMax fare includes one (1) piece of Carry-on luggage of 12 Kg (26 pounds) and 55x45x25 cm.
Viva Air Perú was formed by Irelandia. Viva Air is the sister airline of VivaColombia which is the result of a graduate project in Stanford University by our founder and CEO William Shaw, who build an authentic 100% budget airline in Colombia. Now this dream is replicated in Peru and Latin America. Viva Air Peru is part of the Irelandia Aviation group, the world’s premier low cost airline developer, led by Declan Ryan, one of the founders of Ryanair. Irelandia has successfully developed 6 LCC's around the world, namely Ryanair, Allegiant, Tigerair, Viva Aerobus, VivaColombia and Viva Air Peru, which combined have a fleet of over 420 aircraft and have carried more than 1 billion passengers to date.
Arequipa - Rodríguez Ballón International Airport
Chiclayo - Cap. FAP José A. Quiñones Gonzáles International Airport
Cuzco - Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport
Iquitos - Crnl. FAP Francisco Secada Vignetta International Airport
Lima - Jorge Chávez International Airport Hub
Piura - Cap. FAP Guillermo Concha Iberico International Airport
Tarapoto - Cad. FAP Guillermo del Castillo Paredes Airport
Trujillo - Cap. FAP Carlos Martínez de Pinillos International Airport
Lima - Cusco - Lima
Lima - Arequipa - Lima
Lima - Piura - Lima
Lima - Iquitos - Lima
Lima - Tarapoto - Lima
Lima - Trujillo - Lima
Lima - Chiclayo - Lima
15th June 2018
Viva Air Group want to offer cheaper flights
Viva Air Group, made up of Viva Air Colombia, Viva Air Panama and Viva Air Panama have plans to lower its prices by 10—15% in the next few years. The airline group is adding a total of 50 new aircraft to its fleet, including 35 A320neos and 15 A320ceos, which it will look to use to fly to new destinations, meaning the group will be able lower prices due to a rise in expected profit.
CEO of Viva Air Group, Felix Antelo, also announced that by 2021, Viva Air Group look to be listed on the stock exchange. Antelo stated that the airline group has seen a great process of growth on an international scale, so there doesn't appear to be any reason why the airline group can't achieve this within the next 3 years.
10th May 2018
Viva Air names new CEO
Good news for Viva Air Perú! The discount airline group Viva Air has named Felix Antelo as its new CEO. Grupo Viva Air Perú is especially pleasd about this! Antelo, an Argentine with nearly two decades of aviation industry experience, will on May 15 formally take over as head of the Panama City-based group, which is majority controlled by Irelandia Aviation. He has acted as CEO as LATAM Airlines Perú. “I have the big challenge of continuing to consolidate Viva Air in Latin America,” said Antelo, noting Viva Air’s expansion from its beginnings as VivaColombia into a regional carrier with operations in Peru, as Viva Air Peru. The new vision of Viva Air will be to carry more than 38 million passengers by 2020.
10th April 2018
AIX: Acro wins A320 seat deal with Viva Air
UK seat maker Acro is to supply its Series 3 ST seat to Viva Air for the Latin American low-cost airline group’s 50-strong Airbus A320 order. It is Chinese-owned Acro’s first deal in the region and significant in that it is another line-fit contract for a company that has for its first 10 years been almost entirely focused on the retrofit market.
Each A320 will be configured with 188 economy seats, and deliveries will begin in the second half of this year. The aircraft will be operated by VivaColombia and Viva Air Peru.
Acro was due to announce the deal at Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg on 10 April. At last year's event air New Zealand selected Acro's Series 6 seat for its 18 on-order A320neo family aircraft.
10th March 2018
Ryan’s Viva Air plans to land on New York Stock Exchange
Declan Ryan, the Irish aviation entrepreneur, is planning to float his South American airline group on the New York Stock Exchange in 2020.
Speaking at a conference last month, Ryan said he was eyeing up a dual listing for Viva Air in New York and Colombia.
Ryan, whose father Tony was a co-founder of Ryanair, launched Viva Air in Colombia in 2012 and in Peru last year.
“We’re going to list Viva Air, certainly on the New York Stock Exchange, within the next two years. We’ll probably have a dual listing in Colombia as well,” Ryan told the Routes Americas conference in Quito, Ecuador, last month.
A spokeswoman for Irelandia, the Ryan family investment company, said the planned float was “on schedule” for 2020.
17th February 2018
Viva Air aims for IPO in two years and third airline
Viva Air Group is eyeing a public listing in about two years, as the low-cost carrier sets its sights on expanding among the Andean states.
5th January 2018
Viva Air Strengthening presence in Latin America with Airbus
ALC, a full value-chain aircraft solutions provider for global airlines, entered into a purchase and leaseback agreement with PDP financing as a bundled package solution with the Latin America low cost carrier group Viva Air, for five Airbus A320-200ceo series aircraft. The aircraft are scheduled for delivery between 2018 and 2019. The transaction marks CALC’s foray into Viva Air’s markets of Colombia and Peru, and another important move in deepening its presence in Latin America with partnering with Viva Air.
William Shaw, CEO and Founder of VivaColombia, part of Viva Air, said, “We are delighted to begin this new and exciting partnership with CALC and we look forward to working with CALC as we continue expanding our model throughout Latin America. This new partnership reflects Viva’s ambition and the commitment we have with our customers and we are sure that with the arrival of these new aircraft to our fleet in 2018 we will be able to continue offering even lower fares.”
Viva Air is a Panamanian headquartered group, created by Irelandia Aviation, the world’s premier low-cost airline developer, led by Declan Ryan and his team, one of the founders of Ryanair. Irelandia has successfully developed 6 LCC’s around the world, namely Ryanair, Allegiant, Tigerair, Viva Aerobus, VivaColombia and Viva Air Peru, which combined have a fleet of over 420 aircraft and have carried more than 1 billion passengers to date. According to statista, more than 185 million people traveled within the Latin America region in 2016 and the market is expected to see a six percent growth in the next 20 years.
Viva Air Group to accelerate Latin America expansion following Peru launch and Airbus order
Latin American LCC group Viva is considering the launch of new affiliates after placing an order for 50 A320 family aircraft. The 15 A320ceos and 35 A320neos will be used to expand in Colombia and Peru, as well as to support potential start-ups throughout Latin America. The Viva Air Group has expanded much more slowly than initially anticipated since launching VivaColombia in 2012. VivaColombia has shrunk its international network to only four routes, and has also been consolidating its domestic operation, suspending several routes in 2017.
However, VivaColombia is still expanding by adding frequencies to existing routes. The group also launched a Peruvian affiliate in May-2017, providing the first LCC option in Peru’s domestic market.
Viva Air announces $5.3bn purchase of 50 new Airbus A320 jets
Latin American budget airline Viva Air said on Tuesday it was buying 50 new Airbus A320s for its operations in Colombia and Peru at a cost of $5.3 billion. Viva Air is part of Irelandia Aviation, the company led by Declan Ryan, son of Ryanair founder Tony Ryan. Irelandia Aviation started its foray into the Latin American budget airline market in Mexico in 2006 and Colombia in 2012. In May this year it expanded into Peru. Until now, budget airlines have not really taken off in Latin America in the way they have in Europe and parts of Asia. It often costs five or six times as much to fly in the region as it does over a comparable distance in Europe.
Viva Air Peru takes flight from Lima
Viva Air Peru took to the skies of South America this week by launching six domestic routes from Lima (LIM).
The airline was set-up by Irelandia Aviation, the company led by Declan Ryan, son of Ryanair founder Tony Ryan. This will be the company’s third foray into the Latin American budget airline market with it having also been the brains behind VivaAerobus in Mexico and VivaColombia. The former was set up in Monterrey in 2006 and the latter in Medellín in 2012, and both are modelled on the Ryan family’s best-known creation, Ryanair.
The new Peruvian carrier will operate nine routes in 2017, while this week it has begun by linking Lima with the six cities of Arequipa (AQP), Chiclayo(CIX),Iquitos (IQT), Piura (PIU), Tarapoto (TPP) and Trujillo (TRU). The airline also plans to link Lima with Cuzco, with flights scheduled to begin on 20 June, while it will also link Arequipa with Cuzco (begins 21 June) and Tacna (6 July). The average frequency of the airline’s first batch of routes is 4.6 and the average sector length is 730 kilometres. All routes face direct competition, with all of them going head-to-head with national carrier LATAM Airlines.
Viva Air Peru Gets Operator Permit
Startup LCC Viva Air Peru has received an operating permit from the local aviation authority, regulatory documents show. The approval allows the carrier to offer commercial flights of passengers, cargo and mail within Peru, according to a resolution posted in the official gazette El Peruano. Viva Air Peru is authorized to offer daily service on several domestic routes, all of which originate and end in the capital city of Lima.
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