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March 9, 2011

JetBlue Interline Agreement with LAN Airlines to Extend Carriers’ Reach Across the Americas

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A new deal JetBlue Airways signed with LAN Airlines will allow travelers to book connecting flights between the carriers on U.S.-South America flights.

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Fliers will be able to connect to and from flights on LAN and its affiliates LAN Peru, LAN Argentina and LAN Ecuador and JetBlue flights at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Santiago, Chile, Guayaquil, Ecuador and Lima, Peru will now be reachable by JetBlue customers, as well as connecting flights in those cities to smaller destinations in Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Uruguay and other countries. JetBlue cities across the US will be reachable by LAN passengers.

Single-ticket bookings between JetBlue cities and South America will be bookable via travel agencies and www.lan.com.

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