LanPeru flies MIA
while LanDominicana does MIA
. Eventually, LanDominicana plans on taking over MIA
. The MIA
route is the oddest. It is flown by a LanChile 767-300ER, but crewed by a Lima-based crew. It is a LanPeru flight with a LanChile codeshare, although it is operated by LanChile in the first place.
LanChile does MIA
(they have tried for ages and still cannot get 5th freedom between Miami and Cancun), MIA
, and MIA
. LanPeru does MIA
. LanEcuador does MIA
. LanDominicana does MIA
. In the past, LanChile has operated MIA
(IQQ=Iquique) during the Chilean ski season. I wouldn't be surprised to see it return in the future, especially as LanChile grows in Miami. Another possibility in the future is LanChile flying MIA
), Japan">NRT. After having opened Japanese offices this past year and applying for the rights to fly to Japan, LanChile has not made it a secret they want to enter the Japanese market, and it is obvious Miami offers the best point for them, as LanChile customers can connect to nine destinations via MIA
, as well as a multitude of AA
codeshare flights. LanChile also codeshares with American Airlines and Alaska Airlines from Miami. A little known fact is that LanChile is actually based in Miami. The parent company that owns them, LanChile Airlines, Inc., is based in Santiago de Chile.