Search & Buy LAN Airlines Flights

Cabin class:



Please select an airport

Select a departure date

Search flights

Buy LAN Airlines Flights


Book Flights Direct with LAN Airlines and Alternative Airlines



Make a LAN Airlines reservation and find some amazing deals with discounted LAN Airlines tickets at Alternative Airlines.



About Lan Airlines

LAN Airlines was a Chilean Airline based in the country’s capital, Santiago de Chile. The airline is now rebranded as LATAM Airlines.


The LATAM Airlines Group now offer services to over 66 destinations across 21 countries in 4 continents of the world.

Destinations in North America and Caribbean include; Punta Cana, Cancun, Los Angeles, Miami and New York. Destinations in South America include desintations in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela. In addition to LATAM Airlines Group's routes in the Americas, the South American carrier also fly to destinations in Europe and Oceania including Spain, Italy, Australia and New Zealand.


LATAM Airlines has codeshare agreements with the following airlines as of January 2013; Aeromexico, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, Iberia, Qantas and TAM Airlines.



LAN Airlines had codeshare agreements with Aeromexico, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, Iberia, Qantas and TAM Airlines. In October 2010, LAN acquired 98% of AIRES, the second-largest air carrier in Colombia. In March 2016, LAN Airlines started adjusting its service between Chile and Bolivia, as the airline added new nonstop operation on Santiago de Chile – La Paz service. The nonstop flight will be served 4 flights a week from 04JUL16.

The airline was predominant in Chile and Peru, but also was one of the largest airlines in Latin America. It was the second largest airline for Argentina, Colombia and Ecuador and their main hub was at the Comodoro Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport located in the Chilean capital.

In 2012 the LATAM Airlines group was formed. LATAM Airlines Group was formed after the takeover by LAN of Brazilian TAM Airlines, which was completed on June 22nd, 2012. In August 2015, it was announced that the two airlines would fully rebrand as LATAM, with one livery to be applied on all aircraft by 2018.


The same livery found on our LATAM page LATAM Airlines group has now grown to become the largest airline conglomerate in South America.



In February 2016, LAN Airlines announced a planned daily operation on Santiago-Sao Paulo and Milan route. Currently this daily service is operated by 787-8 and -9 on alternating days, and the -9 will now be operating daily from 19JUL16.

In October 2015, LAN Airlines began an codeshare partnership with Jetstar covering Trans-Tasman, domestic Australia and domestic New Zealand routes. In March 2017, LATAM Airlines announced it had announced more flights to Johannesburg via LATAM Brazil. LATAM Airlines Brasil will adjust its Sao Paulo Guarulhos International Airport-Johannesburg route beginning May 4 with morning arrivals and departures in Johannesburg via a Boeing 767 3 times a week. LATAM Airlines Brasil was formerly known as TAM Airlines, until a merger between TAM with LAN Airlines was completed on June 22, 2012.



LAN Airlines News

29th May 2018

LATAM airlines integrate swith Sabre

LATAM Airlines, the new brand name for Lan Airlines, has announced that it's in the final stages of integrating in two separate reservations systems into one across its combined carriers.  LATAM and Sabre migrated LATAM Brazil from its legacy reservation system onto LATAM’s SabreSonic passenger services system (PSS).  The well-executed cutover now enables the airline to expand its differentiated yet consistent passenger experience across its entire network. This will allow the LATAM group to grow together, uniting all its airlines and carriers under one industry giant. LATAM will also use a broad portfolio of Sabre solutions to manage its extensive airline operations, such as the pricing and shopping for airline travel ticketing, and day-of-travel operations. LATAM is an important customer for Sabre as, with so many subsidiaries, it is a top priority and a huge undertaking of the company to combine them all under one management system, according to Sabre. 


28th April 2018

LATAM airlines end strikes 

 LAN Express, a subsidiary of the LATAM Airlines, will resume its regular flight schedules on Thursday after most of the unionized workers of the unit formally ended an 18-day-old strike. The cabin crew strikes had caused numerous domestic flight cancellations, which of course, has had a negative impact on their customerd. LATAM, formerly Lan airlines, now hopes that things will go back to business as usual as they take back to the skies still the largest air transport group in Latin America. 



5th February 2018

Positive media trends for LATAM Airlines 

LATAM Airlines Group has been given a News Impact Score of 0.31, according to Accern Sentiment Analysis Reports. The research takes into account over 20 million news and blog articles in real time to produce a ranking of positive vs negative media inferences. Accern ranks these inferences on a scale of -1 to 1, meaning that LATAM's score is significantly positive. This is good news for the company's shareholders!


18th January 2018

LATAM Airlines flight attenndents get married by the pope mid-flight!

Pope Francis has married a couple of flight attendants on board a flight from Santiago Chile to the northern capital of Iquique. The couple, Carlos Ciuffardi and Paola Podest had planned to wed on February 27 2010 but a massive earthquake had devestaed their local church on their wedding day. Whilst the pope was on board, all flight attendants were allowed to go up and receive a photo with the renkowned figure. 


When the leader of the Catholic Church asked them if they were married, the couple informed them of their dreadful tale. The pontiff asked if they would like to conduct an in-flight ceremony and they agreed without hesitation! The pop even gifted them each with a rosary to commemorate the special occasion. 



17th November 2017

LATAM Airlines launches first scheduled Las Vegas-Brazil flights to launch in June

The first regularly scheduled flights connecting Las Vegas and Brazil will launch June 21, when LATAM Airlines offers nonstop seasonal service three times a week, airline officials said Monday. LATAM will fly from McCarran International Airport to São Paulo on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays for summertime flights through Aug. 30, airport spokeswoman Christine Crews said.Return flights from São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport to Las Vegas will be on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.


In addition to economy fares, LATAM’s planes will also have business class seats capable of lying flat, airline officials said. The service to Las Vegas “reflects our commitment to evaluate every opportunity and to invest in sustainable operations that truly facilitate and expand travel options for the customer,” Jerome Cadier, CEO of LATAM Airlines Brazil, said in a statement.


LATAM Airlines offers 1,300 daily flights to 140 airports, but Las Vegas will be the carrier’s first destination in the Western United States, airport officials said. Brazil is the seventh-largest source of international visitors to Las Vegas, with more than 150,000 travelers annually, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority said.


17th November 2017

Latam updates to routes

3 weekly flights connect Lima with Salta. This route sees the arrival of approximately 20,000 tourists per year. LIMA - ROSARIO with 4 flights weekly produces 27,000 passengers per year. From December 15th five flights daily between Buenos Aires -Bogota and from February 17th 2018 flights Lima – Mendoza


4th October 2017

LATAM Airlines links Tucuman and Santiago

Among those cutting the ribbon in Tucuman on the day of LATAM Airlines’ inaugural service from Santiago were: Walter Andres Jorge, Regional Manager of LATAM Airlines (second-left); Luis Palma Cané, Internal Sales Manager, LATAM Airlines (fourth-left); and Sebastian Giobellina, President of Ente Tucumán Tourism (third-right), along with members of the Tucuman Bureau. LATAM Airlines will link Santiago to Tucuman three times weekly on its fleet of A320s.


LATAM Airlines commenced operations between Santiago (SCL) and Tucuman (TUC) on 2 October. The carrier will offer three weekly flights on the 909-kilometre route between the Chilean and Argentinian cities, an airport pair that is currently not offered by any other airline directly. With this launch, LATAM now offers eight routes to Argentina from the Chilean capital, while from Tucuman, Santiago becomes the third route to be flown, with LATAM already linking the city to Lima and Buenos Aires Aeroparque when referring to OAG schedules. 


3rd August 2017

LATAM Airlines codeshare with Qatar

Qatar Airways has announced new codeshare agreement with LATAM Airlines Brazil starting August 1, which will provide Qatar Airways passengers with connections to 25 cities throughout Brazil. The agreement provides new codeshares on LATAM’s routes between São Paulo’s Guarulhos Airport and 25 domestic cities across Brazil including Rio de Janeiro (GIG), Salvador (SSA), Campo Grande (CGR), Foz do Iguaçu (IGU) and Recife (REC).

Qatar Airways began flying to Brazil in 2010 with a service from Doha, Qatar, to São Paulo, Brazil, and onwards to Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Doha-based airline will commence a new service to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2018.

Akbar Al Baker, Group chief executive, Qatar Airways, said, "We have witnessed significant growing demand between South America to Qatar and beyond. Our new codeshare destinations not only meet that demand, but provide a service for our valued passengers in Doha, and from dozens of destinations globally to new, exciting places to explore in Brazil. With this new codeshare, more than half of LATAM’s domestic destinations in Brazil are accessible to customers flying on Qatar Airways.”

Additionally, Qatar Airways Cargo has also expanded its footprint in South America, with commencement of freighter services to São Paulo, Brazil; Buenos Aires, Argentina; and Quito, Ecuador. Launched in February 2017, the new freighter service aims to meet the region’s growing need for import and export trade with the Middle East and Asia.

Part of LATAM Airlines Group LATAM Airlines Brazil serves 44 destinations throughout Brazil, including 25 domestic airports from its hub in São Paulo Guarulhos Airport (GRU), offering seamless connections for Qatar Airways passengers travelling from Doha.

In December 2016, Qatar Airways had purchased a 10 percent stake in Chile's LATAM Airlines Group for USD 608 million. LATAM was created when Chile's LAN took over Brazil's TAM in 2012.


From 09JUL17 to 18AUG17, overall service will increase to 9 weekly, with additional flights served by Boeing 767 aircraft.


May 2017

LATAM Airlines new seasonal routes

LATAM Airlines Brasil during peak season plans to increase Sao Paulo Guarulhos – London Heathrow operation, currently served 7 weekly. 

From 09JUL17 to 18AUG17, overall service will increase to 9 weekly, with additional flights served by Boeing 767 aircraft.


May 2017

LATAM Airlines announces seat increase

LATAM Airlines announced it will increase seats on flights between Chile and North America and Europe, and add a new route to North America, as it seeks to win regulatory approval for a deal with IAG's British Airways and Iberia and American Airlines Group. The carriers, all members of the Oneworld Alliance, signed a deal in January 2016 to coordinate flight schedules and prices. 


Brazil, Uruguay and Colombia have already approved the deal, with some restrictions to ensure passenger choice in Latin America. Chile's competition tribunal is expected to rule on the deal in coming weeks. LATAM Airlines also said it would also take steps to maintain competition on flights between Santiago and Madrid and Miami.




About Alternative Airlines

Alternative Airlines is an online flight search complete with customer service specialising in booking flights on lesser known airlines and to remote destinations. We offer you a wider choice of airlines supported by a team of customer service and travel specialists for help and advice on your travel plans. We specialise in finding the best available fares on the widest range of airlines and making them available to you online, with prices in the currency of your choice.


Alternative Airlines handles all your travel arrangements and payments, complete with ticketed confirmation. We do not direct you to other websites or service providers. We help you through the process. This is what makes us Alternative Airlines.Check out our reviews: Alternative Airlines - Feefo Reviews


Browse for flights, find some amazing deals, make a reservation and pay in the currency of your choice today with Alternative Airlines. Let Alternative Airlines help find you the best prices and make international and domestic flight reservations with us today.


Join the Alternative Airlines Members Club and get £100.00 back on your 5th booking with Alternative Airlines. You will have insight to many benefits and exclusive deals on over 650 airlines. Click on the Members section on the Alternative Airlines website for more information and join today. We are open every day from 8am until 8pm (UK local time).




How to pay

You can pay for your flights with LAN Airlines in the currency and payment method of your choice when booking through Alternative Airlines.

We accept PayPal making flight purchases with LAN Airlines easy and more secure for customers. PayPal is one of the leading forms of online payment, with more than 169 million accounts worldwide.

How to pay with PayPal