LAW-Latin American Wings (Santiago) is planning to add a wetleased Boeing 757-200 from Icelandair.
This aircraft will arrive in Chile next October which will allow the airline to expand its operations from Santiago to Caracas in Venezuela, as well as later adding an extended route from Caracas to New York and Miami (subject to government approvals).
The new route from Santiago to Caracas will operate daily except on Wednesdays and Fridays, while Thursdays and Saturdays will be operated twice a day.
It is unclear how the currency problems in Venezuela will affect these plans.
Alvaro Romero reporting from Chile.
LAW – Latin American Wings (Santiago) is planning to change from a charter airline to a scheduled passenger airline. Starting on Monday March 13, 2017 the upstart will commence regularly scheduled passenger services from Santiago to the city of Concepción (CCP/SCIE) using its Boeing 737-300s.
The company will operate two roundtrips a day (Monday through Saturday) and a sole flight on Sunday.
Boeing 737-300 CC-ARQ, formerly operated by Alas Uruguay, is pictured landing at Santiago on
runway 17L. (above).
Top Copyright Photo: LAW – Latin American Wings (Chilejet) Boeing 737-33R WL CC-ARQ (msn
28869) SCL (Alvaro Romero). Image: 937249.
Alvaro Romero reporting from Santiago, Chile.