The Peruvian government has grounded Peruvian Airlines for 90 days due to perceived concerns with the airline's general infrastructure. No particular incident or accident resulted in the suspension and the fledgling airline has been staunchly contesting the controversial decision.
According to Peru This Week on August 25, Peru's Directorate General of Civil Aviation has now cleared two of the airline's seven Boeing aircraft for operations, set to begin on Saturday, August 27. The situation, however, remains up in the air, with the majority of the airline's fleet stuck firmly on the ground.
If you have a flight booked with Peruvian Airlines, you should try to reconfirm as soon as possible. That could be easier said than done, however, as the airline's handling of the passenger situation has so far been slow and far from clear. The Peruvian Airlines website offers no information regarding the current state of affairs, and provides no directions or reassurances for passengers with reservations.
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