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LAN AirlinesLAN Airlines – From the tropical Amazon to icy Patagonia, there are extraordinary contrasts, vibrant cultures and natural wonders you’ll find Only In South America. Chile, Argentina, Peru, Ecuador, Brazil and Colombia… LAN knows these aren’t just places on a map–they’re journeys that will inspire you to breathe a little deeper, see things a bit more colorfully, and consider each new day an adventure.

With over 80 years of award-winning service and easy connections to the over 90 South American destinations in the LAN network from Los Angeles, Miami, New York and San Francisco–your South American adventure is closer than ever. From the moment you step onboard, you’ll feel our South American hospitality shine through. It’s in the warm greetings and smiles from the flight attendants and crew. Our award-winning Premium Business Class wine list is hand-picked by our Master Sommelier, Hector Vergara, paired perfectly with the fresh, South America-inspired ingredients infused into our in-flight cuisine chosen by our Master Chef, Hugo Pantano.

In our Economy cabin, passengers can look forward to enjoying complimentary food, beverages, wines and liquors, blankets, pillows, headphones, and ondemand in-flight entertainment.

We invite you to experience the wonders found Only In South America with LAN.

TAM Airlines

TAM Airlines – More than just a picturesque paradise, Brazil truly touches the soul. Yes, it’s filled with some of the world’s most magnificent landscapes and breathtaking beaches, but it’s Brazil’s welcoming culture, rich history and spellbinding charm that will win your heart from your first visit and leave you yearning to return, again and again.

And when you choose TAM Airlines, you’re choosing the authentic Brazilian experience. From the moment you board, the warm, genuine smiles on the faces of the staff will immediately make you feel welcome and comfortable. It’s no wonder Skytrax named TAM Airlines “Best Airline in South America” and “Best Airline staff in South America” two years in a row. And now that TAM and LAN are in the same family, the experience will get even better.

From Miami, Orlando, and New York, TAM Airlines connects you to more than 50 destinations in Brazil and South America, including direct flights to Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Manaus, Belo Horizonte, and Brasilia.

Fly TAM Airlines and experience a passion for service.

LATAM Airlines GroupLATAM Airlines Group S.A. is the new name given to LAN Airlines S.A. as a result of its association with TAM S.A. LATAM Airlines Group S.A. now includes LAN Airlines and its affiliates in Peru, Argentina, Colombia and Ecuador, and LAN Cargo and its affiliates, as well as TAM S.A. and its subsidiaries TAM Linhas Aereas S.A., including its business units TAM Transportes Aereos del Mercosur S.A., TAM Airlines (Paraguay) and Multiplus S.A.

This association creates one of the largest airline groups in the world in terms of network connections, providing passenger transport services to about 150 destinations in 22 countries and cargo services to about 169 destinations in 27 countries, with a fleet of 310 aircraft. In total, LATAM Airlines Group S.A. has more than 51,000 employees and its shares are traded in Santiago, as well as on the New York Stock Exchange, in the form of ADRs, and Sao Paulo Stock Exchange, in the form of BDRs.

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