LAN Airlines 737-200 at SCL. By Rob Finlayson Santiago de Chile-based LAN Airlines and Brazil’s TAM Airlines, subsidiaries of the new LATAM Airlines Group (ATW Daily News, June 22), are moving to fill some of the gap left by Uruguay’s Pluna (PU), which suspended operations July 3 (ATW Daily News, Aug. 24). The government-owned PU operated an average 250 weekly flights linking Montevideo (MVD) to destinations in Argentina, Brazil and Chile. TAM will introduce its third ...

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