quig
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Question About Lan Argentina

Thu Oct 06, 2005 1:55 am

Do they have a web site? I am trying to find a route map or a schedule. Can any one tell me what cites they fly between?
 
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RE: Question About Lan Argentina

Thu Oct 06, 2005 3:00 am

Quoting Quig (Thread starter):
Do they have a web site?

http://www.lan.com/

Quoting Quig (Thread starter):
I am trying to find a route map or a schedule. Can any one tell me what cites they fly between?

Córdoba - COR, Bariloche - Bariloche - BRZ, Río Gallegos - RGL, Jujuy - JUJ (I think).

Soon to be: Montevideo - MVD, Miami - MIA, Madrid - MAD. All of this in 2006.

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