Sunday, May 9, 2010
HOT NEW FARES TO SOUTH AMERICA WITH LAN AIRLINES
South America is one of the fastest-growing holiday destinations in the world – and now LAN is offering the opportunity to fly from Sydney to the gateway city of Santiago, Chile, from just $1550 per person, including taxes.
And from only $1599 per person, including taxes, LAN can take travellers deeper into South America, to destinations including Buenos Aires, (Argentina), Lima (Peru) and Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
These fares, and others to additional destinations, are on sale until 16 May, for travel between 01 June and 31 August, 2010.
LAN offers daily one stop flights from Sydney to Santiago, via Auckland, using two-class Airbus A340-300 aircraft. Flights depart Australia mid-morning and arriving in South America early afternoon, in time to connect with onward services throughout the continent.
"South America is one of the hottest holiday destinations of 2010, with growing interest in iconic destinations including the spectacular lakes, mountains and glaciers of Patagonia, the ruins of the ancient Inca settlement of Machu Picchu, Peru, the breathtaking Iguassu Falls on the border of Argentina and Brazil and the carnival city of Rio de Janeiro," said Rodrigo Contreras, LAN's General Manager Australia, New Zealand and Asia. "Not only do we fly to these destinations – we serve many others in South America, with services to over 50 locations."
These prices are subject to availability, and some conditions apply.
For more information or to make a booking, contact travel agents, call LAN direct on 1800 558 129 or visit www.LAN.com.
LAN, a member of the oneworld global airline alliance, has been named Best Airline in South America for the past two years in the global Skytrax Awards for airline excellence.
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