LAN orders additional 767-300ERs

BOEING announced LAN Airlines has ordered an additional three 767-300ERs valued at $493 million. The order brings the total number of 767s ordered to 33.

“This order for additional 767s builds on the long-standing relationship between Boeing and LAN,” said vice-president of sales & marketing for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Marlin Dailey. “LAN is one of the world’s premier airlines and we are happy to help them expand and grow their long-haul fleet.”

“The versatility, comfort, range and increased payload capabilities continue to make the 767 a staple in the fleets of today’s leading airlines,” said Dailey. “The 767 has benefited from years of technological improvements for greater efficiency and passenger comfort.”
 

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