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Last Friday Sky Airline Peru, a subsidiary of the Chilean low-cost carrier Sky, received the permission to start its commercial operations in Peru from the General Directorate of Civil Aeronautics (Dirección General de Aeromáutica Civil - DGAC), the main authority in the country that regulates air transport.
When traveling by plane, especially during busy holiday seasons, delays, canceled flights and damaged or lost luggage unfortunately are nothing uncommon. While annoying, frustrating or just inconvenient, there are actually only two things you can do when affected: keep your cool and know your rights.
Peru’s first low-cost airline Viva Air Peru, which started operation in the country in May 2017, gets stiff competition in 2019. Sky Airlines, the Chilean low-cost carrier, enters the Peruvian domestic flight market promising even lower ticket prices than the competitor.
Even though distances in Peru are large, inter-regional flights between cities in the country are rare. Travelers usually have to detour via Lima to get from one Peruvian destination to another making getting around Peru more expensive, time-consuming and inconvenient. This now slowly but surely changes.
After numerous announcements and delays it’s finally definite: Peru’s first low-cost airline Viva Air Peru, co-owned by Europe’s biggest budget carrier Ryanair, starts its operation in May 2017. During a press conference Viva Air CEO José Castellanos Lores announced that the availability of cheap airline tickets will revolutionize the Peruvian airline market.