Not many people in the miles and points blogosphere cover economy class flights. It’s even rarer to see a South American carrier economy class flight review on the internet. I flew in economy class on LAN Airlines from EZE-SCL (Buenos Aires to Santiago).
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The flight departed from a remote gate and I got to see the Airbus A320 up close and personal.
The economy coach cabin on the A320 was in a 3-3 configuration.
Thankfully, due to my oneworld emerald elite status, I was able to select an emergency exit row which made the flight more comfortable.
The morning flight meal service consisted of a packaged pastry that was labeled “coffee break” and washed it down with a coke. Dessert consisted of a bon o bon chocolate candy.
I love deplaning from the Tarmac since I could get a nicer view of the plane.
The flight was quick since it was only 709 miles from Buenos Aires, Argentina to Santiago, Chile. Service was attentive, but definitely no frills in economy class.