Peru's domestic passenger numbers increased 14.5% year-on-year to 3.49 million in 1H2012, according to Peru's Directorate General of Civil Aviation and as reported by aeronoticias.com.pe. LAN Peru captured the largest share of the domestic market with a 61.8% share in 1H2012, carrying 2.4 million passengers, followed by TACA Peru with 12.56% domestic market share and Star Peru with an 11.5% share.
Peru domestic pax grew 14.5% in 1H2012, LAN Peru domestic market leader
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