Top News on LAN Airlines

  • Wing cracks found on 787s in assembly

    Roughly 40 Boeing 787s still in production may have cracks within shear ties of a wing rib, the company says.

  • Other News for LAN Airlines

  • Japan Airlines continues to fly 787s after Boston incident

    Japan Airlines is continuing to fly its Boeing 787-8s following a fire on the type while it was on the ground at Boston...

  • ANZ frustrated over new 787-9 delay

    Air New Zealand has said frustration would be an "understatement" of its reaction to a new delay that could now see the...

  • PARIS: LAN orders 20 A320neos

    <p>Chilean-based operator LAN Airlines has ordered 20 Airbus A320neo twinjets, the latest in a series of agreements...

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  • Used jet aircraft transactions: 8-15 September 2014

    News | 15 Sep 2014 09:13 | Olivier Bonnassies

    ​Magellan acquires four CRJ700s from Lufthansa
  • ANALYSIS: Shifting dynamics on Europe-South American routes

    News | 09 Sep 2014 12:44 | Henk Ombelet

    Alliances, mergers, closures and local influences have all had considerable impact on the changing South American air transport market
  • Qantas to up Americas frequencies

    News | 22 Aug 2014 07:00 | Firdaus Hashim

    Qantas will raise its frequencies to Los Angeles and Santiago in early 2015.
  • LATAM completes sale and leaseback with SMBC

    News | 21 Jul 2014 16:15 | Olivier Bonnassies

    LATAM Airlines Group has closed a fourth and final Airbus A320-family sale and leaseback with operating lessor SMBC Aviation Capital.
  • LATAM picks Flatirons for fleet lifecycle management

    News | 02 Jul 2014 15:24 | Jon Hemmerdinger

    ​Flatirons Solutions will manage maintenance and engineering documentation for LATAM Airlines Group’s fleet of roughly 300 Boeing and Airbus aircraft, Flatirons announces.
  • Chile seeks bids for Santiago airport expansion

    News | 02 Jul 2014 15:12 | Edward Russell

    ​Chile’s Ministry of Public Works (MOP) is requesting bids from qualified firms for an at least $650 million concession of the Santiago International airport.