Taxiing into Washington Dulles on 2 May is LAN Peru’s inaugural service from Lima. The 5,662-kilometre sector will be served thrice-weekly (Mondays, Thursdays and Sundays) onboard the carrier’s 214-seat 767-300s.
- LAN Airlines commenced services from its Lima (LIM) base to Washington Dulles (IAD) on 2 May. The 5,662-kilometre sector will be served by the carrier thrice-weekly (Mondays, Thursdays and Sundays) onboard the carrier’s 214-seat 767-300s. Commenting on the launch of services, Christopher Browne, Dulles Airport Manager, said: “The addition of LAN Peru to the international route offerings at Washington Dulles provides great travel options for our passengers. This new route from the National Capital region better connects Washington DC to Lima through the international gateway at Dulles Airport.” According to OAG Schedules Analyser data, the city pair will face no incumbents. LAN Airlines already serves four other US airports non-stop from Lima; Los Angeles, Miami, New York JFK and Orlando.