Lan Airlines (LA) - Airfares
About LAN Airlines
LAN Airlines offers daily Airbus A340-300 flights between Sydney and Santiago, Chile, via Auckland, New Zealand. From Santiago, LAN offers onward connections to key destinations throughout the booming markets of South and Central America.
LAN is comprised a family of growing airlines, based throughout South America - LAN Chile, LAN Argentina, LAN Peru, LAN Ecuador, LAN Express and LAN Cargo. LAN operates 81 modern Airbus and Boeing passenger jets to more than 70 destinations in 18 countries, and continues to grow.
As part of the oneworld alliance and one of Latin America's leading Airlines, LAN Airlines is committed to providing customers with the value of a world-class carrier. And in this, LAN’s 80th anniversary year, the group has just been named "Best Airline – South America" for the second consecutive year in the global Skytrax Awards for Airline Excellence.
Classes of Travel
Premium Business Class
LAN recently introduced luxurious new Premium Business Class cabins on all long haul international services, and a range of flights on key routes within South America. On the wide-bodied Airbus A340-300s, which serves the Australia / New Zealand markets, Premium Business replaces the previous First and Business Class cabins with a larger, more spacious forward zone.
LAN's new Premium Business Class from Australia and New Zealand offers 42 sleeper seats, each 25 inches wide and with 180 degree full flat recline. The cabin layout is 2 x 2 x 2, and passengers have a generous 74 inches of personal legroom - a 32 per cent increase over the original Business Class.
Each Premium Business Class passenger has a large personal video screen and access to a wide range of programmes through LAN's new Video On Demand system, operated either by touch screen or remote control navigation.
LAN's new long haul Economy Class features ergonomically designed seats with an average seat pitch of 32 inches, providing comfort and space for each passenger. Enjoy delicious meals prepared by the finest chefs, and regular refreshments on long haul flights.
Every passenger on LAN's flights from Australia and New Zealand has a personal in-seat video screen and access to the airline's extensive new Video On Demand system.
LAN has culminated the incorporation of the last generation system of entertainment on-board their renewed long haul fleet of Boeing 767 and Airbus 340. From 2009 LAN have increased their entertainment content so that passengers may enjoy 44 films and 95 channels of series and documentaries. The LAN music library keeps its collection of 550 CDs so passengers can programme their own theme lists, or if they prefer, enjoy one of the 10 radio channels available in the cabins.