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Perla Airlines

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Perla Airlines C.A.
IATA ICAO Callsign
FoundedNovember 25, 2006
Commenced operationsApril 2010
Ceased operationsJune 13, 2018
HubsSantiago Mariño Caribbean International Airport
Secondary hubsJosé Tadeo Monagas International Airport
Fleet size2
HeadquartersPorlamar, Venezuela

Perla Airlines C.A. was a Venezuelan airline based in Porlamar that offered national routes from Margarita Island to the main cities of Venezuela and international routes.


Perla Airlines was founded in November 25, 2006.[1] Its operations began in late April 2010, establishing its base at Santiago Mariño Caribbean International Airport on the Margarita Island, from where it offered national and international flights.

After eight years of uninterrupted operation, in May 2018, Perla Airlines Air Operator Certificate was returned to the National Civil Aviation Institute of Venezuela (INAC), thus formalizing the closure of its doors in the context of the strong economic and political crisis to which the South American country was submerged.

Despite its definitive suspension being announced only then, since March 2018, the airline had its license temporarily revoked by the Venezuelan authorities for not being able to comply with its itinerary due to the financial conditions of the country, making it impossible to import parts for the maintenance of its fleet, aircraft lease payment among other factors.

The airline definitively closed its operations on June 13, 2018.


  •  Aruba
    • Oranjestad (Queen Beatrix International Airport)
  •  Bonaire
    • Kralendijk (Flamingo International Airport)
  •  Curaçao
    • Willemstad (Hato International Airport)
  •  Dominican Republic
    • Santo Domingo (Las Américas International Airport)
  •  Martinique
    • Fort-de-France (Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport)
  •  Mexico
    • Cancún (Cancún International Airport)
  •  Sint Maarten
    • Philipsburg (Princess Juliana International Airport)
  •  Trinidad and Tobago
    • Port of Spain (Piarco International Airport)
  •  Venezuela
    • Barcelona (General José Antonio Anzoátegui International Airport)
    • Barquisimeto (Jacinto Lara International Airport)
    • Maturin (José Tadeo Monagas International Airport) Hub
    • Caracas (Simón Bolívar International Airport)
    • Maracaibo (La Chinita International Airport)
    • Porlamar (Santiago Mariño Caribbean International Airport) Hub
    • Puerto Ordaz (Manuel Carlos Piar Guayana Airport)
    • Las Piedras (Josefa Camejo International Airport)
    • Valencia (Valencia Airport)


Perla Airlines operated the following aircraft:[2]

Perla Airlines fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes
McDonnell Douglas MD-83 2 165 / 172
Total 2


  1. "Perla Airlines history". Airline History.co.uk. Retrieved July 9, 2018.
  2. "Perla Airlines fleet details". Airfleets.net. Retrieved June 13, 2018.

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