Founded in 2007, Peruvian Airlines flies nine domestic routes out of Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima. In 2010, the airline operated eight aircraft—six Boeing 737-200s and two 737-300s. In the last five years, the airline has expanded its fleet to 13 aircraft; it added one more 737-300, two 737-300Fs, one 737-400 and one 737-500, according to Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN) data. Below is an interactive infographic of Peruvian Airline's fleet changes from 2010-15.
Peruvian Airlines: 5-Year Fleet Changes
Interactive infographic of Peruvian Airline's fleet changes from 2010-15.