AeroPeru plane crashes since 1970

The following are either fatal events involving at least one passenger death or significant safety occurrences involving the airline. Excluded would be events where the only passengers killed were stowaways, hijackers, or saboteurs.

The passenger fatalities in the numbered events may be due to accidents, hijackings, sabotage, or military action. The events that are not numbered may or may not include fatalities, and are included because they meet the criteria of a significant event as defined by

  1. 25 October 1988; AeroPeru F28-1000; Juliaca, Peru: The aircraft crashed shortly after takeoff. One of the four crew members and 11 of the 65 passengers were killed.

  2. 2 October 1996; AeroPeru Boeing 757-200; Pacific Ocean near Lima, Peru: The aircraft was on a flight from Lima, Peru to Santiago, Chile. Shortly after takeoff, the crew reported some sort of mechanical failure. Contact was lost with the aircraft and the aircraft crashed at sea. All nine crew members and 61 passengers were killed.

AeroPeru plane crashes since 1970 -- Revised: 4 October 2014