Star Peru expands international routes
By Manuel Vigo
April 16, 2012
According to an Executive Resolution published in El Peruano on Saturday, Star Peru has been granted an operating permit to conduct non-scheduled passenger and cargo flights to several countries in North, Central and South America.
The airline is now authorized to fly to the United States, Mexico, Canada; Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil, Venezuela, Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Guyana, and Bolivia.
As well as Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Panama, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Honduras, T-News reported.
According to El Peruano, Star Peru has registered several types of aircraft, such as Boeing’s 737, 757, 767, and BAE 146.
The airline had requested the new routes in February of this year.
Last year Star Peru accounted for 14.02 percent of domestic flights in Peru, making it the third largest domestic carrier in the country.