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Viva Air Peru Closes 2020 With 81% Growth

Viva Air Peru managed to maintain its market share at 11% and increase its punctuality rates by 87%. The carrier closed the year with operations on seven national and two international routes. Viva Air Peru closes the year with a load factor of 81% since the reactivation of its operations, transporting more than 566 thousand passengers in 2020 on more than 3,700 flights. In a press release, the low-cost company stated its commitment to its air inclusion in the country…

Peru Increases Daily Frequency Cap in Domestic Airports

Peru is increasing the cap in the number of daily frequencies it has available domestic airports from four to six. The move comes as airports across the country had worked to optimize passenger handling operations, including reducing aircraft turnaround times as well as the time passengers spend at check-in and…

Peru Will Reopen Its Borders With Europe On December 15.

On Dec. 15, Peru will take a definitive step in its process of reopening tourism, with the government again allowing flights more than eight hours long to its territory. As announced, since Oct. 5, and as part of phase four of an economic reactivation plan, international operations with neighboring countries…

Chilean Carriers Release Projections for 2021 Operations

The airline industry has been immersed in the worst crisis in history as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. But in recent months, with the gradual borders reopening and fewer restrictions due to the lifting of quarantines, airlines have gradually resumed their operations, although still far from normal. This Wednesday,…

The Current State of the Aviation Industry in Central and…

Aviation in Latin America has been seriously affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The three main airlines in the region: LATAM, Avianca and Aeroméxico, have declared bankruptcy and filed for the Chapter 11 process in the U.S. Latin American governments have not given enough help to the aviation industry. In this…

SKY Airlines Plans to Issue $100 Million In Bonds, Go…

SKY, the Chilean airline owned by businessman Jürgen Paulmann, will look to the capital markets for an injection of resources that will allow the carrier to continue flying. For this, SKY Airlines plans to launch the issuance of bonds for up to $100 million. According to diariofinanciero, the airline has…

Peruvian Government Announces Restart of Flights with a Duration Up…

The Peruvian President, Martín Vizcarra, announced on Oct. 21 in a press conference that international flights allowed to enter the country may last up to 8 hours from November, as part of the resumption of international operations that began on Oct. 5. Vizcarra stated that the Government will be stricter…

SKY Airlines Receives DOT Approval for Peru to U.S. Flights

The United States Department of Transportation (DOT) approved at the request of SKY Airline to transport passengers, cargo and mail between Peru and Fort Lauderdale and Miami. According to ALNNEWS, The request was submitted by the airline on August 10, as part of the company's internationalization plan that began in…

Peru To Resume International Flights This Month

After a seven-month suspension, Peru is reopening its skies to commercial flight operations in October. The country’s international trade and tourism minister, Rocio Barrios, announced that international travel will resume on Oct. 5, reinstating commercial connectivity with other Latin American countries first. In an interview with a national radio station,…

Peru’s International Flights Will Resume From October 5

On Friday 25 Sept. President Martín Vizcarra announced in a press conference that from Oct. 5, as part of phase 4 of an economic reactivation plan, international operations with neighboring countries will be authorized. Within the requirements for entering Peru, passengers are required to submit a negative result to the…