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Cathay Pacific to Codeshare with LAN Peru

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Cathay Pacific has signed a new codeshare arrangement with LAN Peru that will add Lima, the capital city of Peru, to its network and further enhance the airline’s coverage in Latin America.

This is the fourth Latin American destination to be added to the Cathay Pacific network in 2010.

The new arrangement will be effective from the first departure from Peru on 13 December 2010, subject to government approval, and flights are already open for sale for travel from that date.

The codeshare will see the “CX” code go on LAN Peru’s flights between Lima and two of Cathay Pacific’s North American gateway cities: Los Angeles and San Francisco. At the same time, LAN Peru’s “LA” code will be placed on Cathay Pacific services between Hong Kong and the two US gateways.

LAN Chief Executive Officer - Passenger, Armando Valdivieso, said, “In May 2010, we initiated a codeshare with Cathay Pacific to operate between Santiago, Chile and Hong Kong through connections in Los Angeles, New York and Auckland. Now, with this new agreement between LAN Peru and Cathay Pacific, we hope to substantially enhance our competitive position within the Latin American market.”

LAN Peru is a subsidiary of LAN Airlines and an affiliate member of the oneworld alliance, of which both Cathay Pacific and LAN Airlines are full members.

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