StarPerú was established in May 1997 as Star Up S.A., with Peruvian and Ukrainian capital.
It began operations providing freight transport services and charter flights for domestic and multinational companies, with a fleet composed of Soviet-made Antonov aircraft.
In 2004, the company added its first Boeing 737-200 to its fleet and began commercial operations to its first destination, the city of Pucallpa.
In 2005, the company changed its name to StarPerú and gradually acquired more Boeing 737-200 aircraft, until its fleet numbered five airliners.
In 2008, StarPerú decided to update its fleet with more efficient aircraft better suited to the characteristics of Peru’s geography and its airports, and it selected a British-made plane, the BAe 146.
The renovation of the fleet was completed in early 2010, with the withdrawal of the last Boeing 737-200 aircraft.
In mid-2010, the company overhauled its corporate image, changing its corporate logo and colors, and thereby heralding a new period of growth.
Currently, StarPerú flies to 8 domestic destinations and possesses a fleet composed of 9 BAe 146 aircraft, eight of which transport passengers, while the ninth carries cargo.