Low-cost airlines have been increasing their participation in Peru, with tickets up to 40% lower than the regular market, said JetSmart Commercial Director Víctor Mejía.
“He said that currently it is estimated that more than 20% of the market is served by a low-cost airline”, according to Diario Correo.
Mejía announced that JetSmart will fly on two new routes that will avoid touching Lima. “In December of this year we inaugurated the Santiago-Trujillo-Santiago flights and, on March 2020, Antofagasta-Lima-Antofagasta,” he said to the aforementioned media.
This airline plans to cover national routes in Peru, in addition to others that connect the Chilean capital with other Peruvian cities.
Paola Marín, a representative of the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Mincetur), said that in 2018 Peru received about 4,800,000 tourists in the country, a large portion coming from Chile.
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