Peru’s domestic passenger traffic grew 17% to 8.4 million passengers in 2013, according to data released by Canatur, the  National Chamber of Tourism. The entity, which represents the travel and tourism business sector, said the high increase is mainly due to promotional air fares launched by the industry. Market leader LanPeru, with a 62.2% market share, told local media through a spokesperson that promotional fares represented 70% of its sales last year. AviancaTaca ranked two ...

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