LAN signed an agreement with JetBlue for connecting flights to the U.S. and the Caribbean

Lan and its subsidiaries in Peru, Ecuador and Argentina signed bilateral interline agreements with the United States that will allow JetBlue Airways passengers connecting flights to several cities in the U.S. and the Caribbean.

Thus, Lan Airlines said in a statement that its customers will travel to 55 cities within the United States and also benefit from short-haul international routes to JetBlue destinations like the Dominican Republic, Bermuda, Jamaica, Aruba, Barbados, St. Lucia and the Bahamas, joining more than 70 international destinations that the airline and its subsidiaries already offer.

In addition, passengers will have a single Lan ticket in connection with JetBlue, which involves a single billing and a boarding pass for all flights.

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