Monday, September 14, 2009
LAN INTRODUCES SPECIAL BUSINESS CLASS DEALS
LAN Airlines has introduced a new range of unrestricted Business Class fares from throughout Australia to more than 50 destinations in and beyond South America.
Effective immediately, and until further notice, passengers can travel from Australia to the gateway city of Santiago, Chile, and beyond, from just $8800 per person, including taxes.
From Sydney, LAN operates a daily one-stop Airbus A340-300 flight to Santiago, with onward connections throughout South America.
The A340s, and LAN's Boeing 767-300ERS, have all been refurbished and include a brand new Premium Business Class cabin, which features 42 sleeper seats with 180 degree full flat recline, a spacious 74 inches (183 centimetres) of legroom between each seat and access to an all-new Video on Demand system, featuring 44 movies, 90+ TV programmes, 550 music CDs and 14 video games.
Examples of the new Business Class fares, including taxes, are:
From Sydney to : Santiago $8800; Buenos Aires $8886; Lima $8854; Sao Paulo $8879; Rio de Janeiro $8879; Guayaquil $8942; Mexico City $9491; Havana $9436
From Melbourne and Brisbane to : Santiago $8924; Buenos Aires $9009; Lima $8977; Sao Paulo $9002; Rio de Janeiro $9002; Guayaquil $9066; Mexico City $9614; Havana $9559
From Adelaide, Hobart and Cairns to: Santiago $9138; Buenos Aires $9223; Lima $9192; Sao Paulo $9217; Rio de Janeiro $9217; Guayaquil $9279; Mexico City $9829; Havana $9774
From Perth and Darwin to: Santiago $9343; Buenos Aires $9428; Lima $9396; Sao Paulo $9421; Rio de Janeiro $9421; Guayaquil $9484; Mexico City $10,034; Havana $9979
Seats are limited at these prices and some conditions apply.
Premium Business Class has been developed not just for business travellers but for the growing number of passengers taking luxury tours to South America.
Named "Best Airline in South America" in the 2008 and 2009 Skytrax Awards for airline excellence, oneworld alliance member LAN and its affiliate airlines serve more than 50 South American destinations, from the hub airports of Santiago in Chile, Buenos Aires in Argentina and Lima, Peru.
For more information or to make a booking call travel agents or LAN's consumer reservations line on 1800 558 129, or visit www.lan.com.
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