Airline enters the Peruvian market with passages from S / 59.90
The firm Live Peru Airlines will begin flying national sky midyear offering passages from S / 59.90 each way, up to 50% by reducing the current cost of fares airlines operating on the local market.
The CEO of the firm, Jose Castellanos Lords, announced at a press conference that will fly to major cities such as Lima, Cusco, Arequipa, Iquitos, Piura, Tarapoto, Trujillo and Chiclayo.
He also noted that passengers use the services of Viva Air are entitled to carry hand luggage free up to six kilos.
Castellanos transport estimated for the first year of operations more than 700,000 passengers and will begin operations with two Airbus A320 aircraft with a capacity of 180 passengers each.
“With our low prices, commitment to safety and punctuality, we will make millions of dreams of Peruvians to finally have the opportunity to save time and money to enjoy more the destination,” said Castellanos Lords.
In that vein, projected that the rates down 50% with the arrival of the airline and leading the market to grow more than 40%.
It should be noted that this company is part of Irelandia Aviation Group has the first low-cost airline worldwide Ryanair and Tigerair, Allegiant, VivaAerobus and VivaColombia.