LAN upgrades routes with B787

LAN Airlines, part of LATAM Airlines Group, is upgrading five of its existing routes with the introduction of B787s.
The revamp will affect services from Santiago, Chile to Miami, Punta Cana (Dominican Republic), Cancun, Mexico City and Sáo Paulo, Guarulhos (Brazil), says a company statement.
In addition, Los Angeles will join the current daily B787 routes to Madrid, Frankfurt, New York and Buenos Aires, it adds.
The carrier, which operates six B787s, is due to receive four more this year. 
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