LAN Airlines to launch Flights to Paris, France

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Monday, 26 April 2010

Starting 2 September 2010, LAN Airlines will initiate service to Paris, France. LAN will offer three weekly flights on the Santiago, Chile - Madrid - Paris route aboard modern Airbus A340 aircraft.

 This new route will be the third destination serviced by LAN Airlines in Europe. Currently, the airline provides service to Frankfurt and to Madrid and connects those cities to Latin Americas principal cities.

Subject to regulatory approval, LAN will fly every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from Santiago to Charles de Gaulle International Airport in Paris. Return flights will depart Paris on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

By adding Paris to our portfolio of flight options, we are connecting France and Chile to the major cities in the region, said Armando Valdivieso, LANs CEO, Passenger Division. This new route will facilitate the further development of tourism and business travel. In turn, passengers travelling from Peru and Ecuador to Madrid will also be able to continue to Paris with LAN, connecting with the new onward flight, said Mr Valdivieso.

The LAN Airbus A340 aircraft which will operate this route seat 263 passengers. These aircraft feature new Premium Business class luxuries including full flat seats that recline 180 for a comfortable sleeping option. LAN cabins also feature a fully-renovated Economy travel class. In both travel classes, LAN offers the latest inflight entertainment system.

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