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LAN Cargo
IATA
UC
ICAO
LCO
Callsign
LAN CARGO
Founded 1929
Hubs Miami International Airport
Santiago International Airport
Focus cities Viracopos
Mexico City
Fleet size 4 (2 orders)
Destinations 24
Company slogan "We are where you need us"
Parent company LAN Airlines S.A.
Headquarters Miami International Airport
Key people Cristian Ureta (CEO)
Alvaro Carril (Senior VP Sales)
Claudio Silva (VP Sales North America)
Cpt. Marco Guzman (Flight Operations Director)
Cpt. Alberto Rodrigo (Flight Operations Director USA)
Website http://www.lancargo.com

LAN Cargo S.A. is a cargo airline based in Santiago, Chile. It is the cargo subsidiary of LAN Airlines operating cargo flights in South America and North America. Its main base is Miami International Airport.[1]

Contents

History

The airline is based on the original cargo divisions of LAN Chile, Ladeco and Fast Air. It also works closely with the other cargo airlines in the group, ABSA - Aerolinhas Brasileiras, Florida West International Airways and MasAir.[1]

Historical Logo

Although LAN Chile S.A. has a minority share in Florida West International Airways, LAN Cargo does not cooperate in any way with Florida West. As, Florida West is an independently operated company that deal with LAN Cargo as it would with any other airline (via interline agreements) with no preference given to LAN Cargo.[citation needed]

Destinations

LAN Cargo serves the following as of March 2009[2]:

Africa
Europe
North America
South America

Fleet

The LAN Cargo fleet includes the following aircraft (at March 2009) [3]:

LAN Cargo Fleet
Aircraft Total Orders Notes
Boeing 767-300F 2 1 CC-CZY & CC-CZZ
Boeing 777-F 2 1 N772LA & N774LA


The first two Boeing 777-F are leased by GECAS (777-F6N), another two are to be delivered in 2011 (777-F16). In July, Order of second 777F are cancelled and modified for two 767-300ER, one for Passenger and another for Cargo. LAN Cargo also operates Boeing 747-200F wet-leased from Southern Air.

External links

References

  1. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International: p. 104. 2007-04-03. 
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ "Directory: World Airlines Part 2 (C-L)". Flight International: 31–80. 2009-04-07. 
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