Very patriotic, moderately religious, blissfully cheesy… That’s how this deliciously Peruvian commercial is. You have to love the crew singing (or lip-synching) in front of the Boeing 727, mixed with images of people celebrating everywhere. Continue reading “AeroPeru – Christmas commercial”
Los Toribianitos, a boys choir, sings a cheerful song to celebrate Christmas in the mid-1990s, alongside pictures of happy Peruvians travelling to different parts of the country to see their loved ones. Continue reading “Faucett Peru – Christmas commercial”
Two commercials from defunct airline Faucett Peru, with a catchy jingle where the airline says it employs “Peruvians like you”.
This simple commercial showcases the maintenance service that take care of a fleet of bright orange Boeing 727s and DC-8s, as well as a few images of “the white city” of Arequipa. At 60 years of age, Faucett touts itself to be a truly Peruvian airline. Continue reading “Faucett Peru – Peruvians like you”
In 1993, Faucett changed its logo from a stylized handwritten F to the condor. In this highly professional series of commercials, you will notice that there are no clear shots of any aircraft. They were still in the simplified orange color scheme and hadn’t been repainted to the bright red and white new scheme.
In 1998, AeroPeru changed its tagline to “Alas Latinoamericanas” (“Latin American wings”) and released this ad, showcasing once again a unique Peruvian and, by extension, Latin American pride. The result is emotional and full of hope. Alas, the airline went out of business a year later and this turned out to be their very last commercial. Continue reading “AeroPeru – Song”