Two new routes were opened by Viva Air in Peru. Tacna and Cajamarca are the regions where an airline will arrive that runs low-cost or low-cost flights.
The start of operations at these locations is part of the country's expansion plan in order to democratize air traffic.
"We are proud to add Tacna and Cajamarco as new destinations, and we are very pleased that we will finally begin to fly to these cities for years," he said. Eduardo FairenChairman of the Board of Viva Air Peru at the opening of both destinations.
By the end of 2019, the low-cost airline plans to carry more than 80,000 passengers on each route, expecting that prices will be reduced by 40%.
The new routes to Tacna and Cajamarca are effective after the recent inclusion of new aircraft in Peru, which allows the group to respond to the growing demand for flights in the Peruvian market.
The low-cost Viva Air model allows the passenger to buy a ticket that includes a seat and a free bag of 10 kilograms (a backpack or a backpack) in the cabin of the aircraft. If a passenger needs additional services such as extra baggage in the store, they are added at a price, depending on what a passenger needs.
The frequency on both pathways is 1 day. Flights to Cajamarco from Lima will be at 6.21. and those from Cajamarca to Lima will be at 9.31. While the flight from Lima to Tacna will take place at 10.31, flights from Tacna to Lima at 12.44.
Airline spokespersons recalled that tickets for air tickets for both new destinations could be acquired www.vivaair.com
Viva Air is a pioneering group of low cost airlines in the region, set up by Irelandia Aviation, the world's leading low-cost airline developer. It operates national and international flights in more than 21 destinations in Colombia and Peru.
This year, the airline expects to transport more than 7.5 million passengers and will include 50 new Airbus A-320 aircraft in operation.