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LAN Perú

LAN Perú
IATA ICAO Callsign
LP LPE LAN PERU
Founded 1998
Hubs Jorge Chávez International Airport
Focus cities Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport
Rodríguez Ballón International Airport
Frequent-flyer program LANPASS
Alliance Oneworld (affiliate)
Fleet size 31
Destinations 32
Parent company LAN Airlines
Headquarters Lima, Peru
Key people Félix Antelo
Website .com.lanwww

LAN Perú S.A. is an

  • Official website (Spanish) (English) (German) (Portuguese)

External links

  1. ^ "Directory: World Airlines." Flight International. March 23–29, 2004. Lan Peru" 98.
  2. ^ "Directory: World Airlines".  
  3. ^ http://www.aeronoticias.com.pe/noticiero/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2173&Itemid=56 Aeronoticias del Peru, news site about Peruvian aviation news (in Spanish)
  4. ^ "LAN Perú Fleet". ch-aviation.com. Retrieved 2015-04-27. 
  5. ^ Terms and Conditions Of the LANPASS frequent flyer program
  6. ^ a b c LAN Oneworld Tier Status

References

Subsidiaries

LAN Perú has codeshare agreements with the following airlines as of November 2007:

Codeshare Agreements

  • LANPASS
  • Premium (Oneworld Ruby)[6]
  • Premium Silver (Oneworld Sapphire)[6]
  • Commodore (Oneworld Emerald)[6]

The LANPASS Program has four membership categories:[5]

LANPASS is LAN Perú's Frequent Flyer Program, shared with the parent company LAN Airlines. There are currently over two million members in Chile, Argentina, Peru, Ecuador, Canada and the United States. The program goes under three stages of benefits of LAN Peru and Oneworld which include Oneworld Ruby or Premium, Oneworld Sapphire or Premium Silver and Oneworld Emerald or Commodore.

LANPASS


LAN Perú fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of April 2015):[4]

LAN Perú current fleet

Fleet

Destinations

In October 2009 received authorization to provide aircraft maintenance services.

In 2008 transported about 3 million and 500 thousand passengers, with 2 million and 900 thousand in the domestic market.

In 2004 it was incorporated into LAN Airlines holding with the change of the name of the parent company.

LAN Perú Boeing 737-200 taxiing at Cusco in 2000.
LAN Perú Airbus A320-200 at Lima in 2002.
LAN Perú Boeing 737-200.


The airline was established in July 1998 in Lima by the entrepreneurs Mr. Boris Hirmas Rubio, Lorenzo Sousa Debarbieri, Javier Rodriguez Larrain Salinas and Cristian Said Montiel and began operations on July 2, 1999 with domestic services from Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport, Cusco and Rodriguez Ballon International Airport, Arequipa. The launch of LAN Perú marked the reappearance of a major national airline in Peru after the demise of Aeroperú, Faucett Perú and others. An international service to Miami International Airport was added on November 15, 1999. It became a subsidiary of LAN in September 2002, owned by LAN Airlines (49%), ER Larraín (30%) and Inversiones Aéreas (21%) and has 1,500 employees.

History

Contents

  • History 1
  • Destinations 2
  • Fleet 3
  • LANPASS 4
  • Codeshare Agreements 5
    • Subsidiaries 5.1
  • References 6
  • External links 7

[3] LAN Perú is the dominant airline in Peru, controlling 73.4% of the domestic market.[2]

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