LATAM Airlines Perú (formerly LAN Perú S.A.) is an airline based in Lima, Perú.[2] It is a subsidiary of LATAM Airlines Group (NYSELFL), which owns 49% of the airline. It operates scheduled domestic and international services. Its main hub is Jorge Chávez International Airport.[3] LATAM Perú is the dominant airline in Peru, controlling 73.4% of the domestic market.[4]

LATAM Airlines Perú
Latam-logo -v (Indigo).svg
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded1997 (as Linea Aérea del Sur)
July 2, 1999 (as LAN Perú)
HubsJorge Chávez International Airport
Focus cities
Frequent-flyer programLATAM Pass
AllianceOneworld (2002-2020; affiliate)[1]
Fleet size42
Parent companyLATAM Airlines Group
HeadquartersLima, Peru
Key peopleManuel Van Oordt (CEO)


LAN Peru was established in 1997 as Linea Aérea del Sur by LAN Chile in Lima by the entrepreneurs Mr. Boris Hirmas Rubio, Lorenzo Sousa Debarbieri, Cristian Said and Dr Javier Rodriguez Larrain. Operations began on July 2, 1999 with domestic services from Jorge Chávez International Airport to Cusco and Arequipa. Its launch marked the reappearance of a major national airline in Peru after the demise of Aeroperú, Faucett Perú and others. An international service to Miami was added on November 15, 1999.

It became a subsidiary of LAN Airlines in September 2002, owned by LAN Airlines (49%), ER Larraín (30%) and Inversiones Aéreas (21%) and has 1,500 employees. In 2004 it was incorporated into LAN Airlines holding with the change of the name of the parent company.

During the third quarter of 2006, LAN Peru added 8 new Airbus A319 to its fleet, intended to replace its Boeing 737-200s for domestic operations in Peruvian territory. In October 2006, LAN Peru obtained authorization from the Peruvian DGAC to operate as an Aeronautical Maintenance Workshop (TMA), granting it the number 029. This allows it, in addition to supporting LAN operations, to offer service to other companies that Aircraft with Peruvian registration operate.

In 2008 the airline transported about 3.5 million passengers, with 2.9 million in the domestic market. In October 2009, the airline received the authorization to provide aircraft maintenance services.

As part of the merger between the parent company LAN Airlines and TAM Airlines, which began in 2010 from which LATAM Airlines Group emerged, the airline was newly established as LATAM Airlines Perú in 2016.


Codeshare agreementsEdit

LATAM Perú has codeshare agreements with the following airlines:


A LATAM Perú Airbus A319-100 in the former livery
A LATAM Perú Airbus A320-200 in the former livery

Current fleetEdit

The LATAM Perú fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of January 2021):[6][7]

LATAM Perú fleet
Aircraft In
Orders Passengers Notes
J Y Total
Airbus A319-100 13 144 144
Airbus A320-200 27 174 174
Airbus A320neo 2 174 174
Total 42

Former fleetEdit

The airline previously operated the following aircraft:

LATAM Perú former fleet
Aircraft Total Introduced Retired Notes
Boeing 737-200 4 1999 2002 Transferred to LAN Chile
Boeing 767-300ER 10 2010 2017 Operated by LAN Airlines

LATAM PassEdit

LATAM Pass is LATAM Perú's Frequent Flyer Program, shared with the parent company LATAM Airlines. There are currently over two million members in Chile, Argentina, Peru, Ecuador, Canada and the United States.


  1. ^ "Details | oneworld". Retrieved 2020-02-14.
  2. ^ "Directory: World Airlines." Flight International. March 23–29, 2004. "Lan Peru" 98.
  3. ^ "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-03. p. 104.
  4. ^ Aeronoticias del Peru, news site about Peruvian aviation news (in Spanish)
  5. ^ "DOT Approves WestJet–LATAM Peru Codeshare Agreement". Aviation Week. Archived from the original on 2016-11-04. Retrieved 2016-11-04.
  6. ^ "Global Airline Guide 2016 (Part Two)". Airliner World (November 2016): 28.
  7. ^

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