LAN Airlines Informs Current Flight Status
Santiago, March 8th 2010.
LAN Airlines is pleased to inform passengers that in spite of the powerful earthquake that struck southern Chile just days ago, that our flight operations to all of our destinations are back to normal.
Even though we are still operating some temporary LAN facilities at the Santiago airport, the systems that we have in place are working quickly and efficiently. We hope to be able to return to operating 100% of our flights out of the Santiago airport terminal shortly.
Due to the heavy volume of rescheduled flights over the past few days, we are requiring that all flights scheduled to depart or arrive in Chile through March 28th be reconfirmed on LAN.com.
We invite all passengers whose flight itineraries have been affected and have not yet been rescheduled to contact our Call Center at 1-866- I FLY LAN or your travel agent.
International and domestic flights to/from Santiago, Chile
If you have a reservation for travel within the next 48 hours, please review the Flight Status. If your flight is shown, you must reconfirm your reservation by clicking on Flight Confirmation or Check-in online and your reservation will be confirmed. It is not necessary to contact LAN’s Call Center.
If you have a reservation for travel beyond the next 48 hours, please consult the LAN Timetable. If your flight is listed, please reconfirm your reservation by clicking on Flight Confirmation. It is not necessary to contact Call Center.
If you have an existing reservation on an international flight with a stopover or connection in Santiago, Chile and one of your flights is not shown on either Flight Status or the LAN Timetable, please contact Call Center so that we can reroute your itinerary to best meet your needs.
Passengers with confirmed flights may Check-in online between 48 and 2 hours before the scheduled departure time.
The rest of LAN’s operations (domestic flights in Peru, Argentina, Ecuador and international flights that do not depart or arrive in Santiago de Chile) are scheduled to operate normally.