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LAN Leads Travel Survey

LAN, TAM, Avianca, American Ailines and Delta Air Lines win reader survey from Latin Trade magazine.
Chile's LAN was ranked as overall best airline in Latin America.


BY LBC STAFF

Chilean airline
LAN, Brazilian airline TAM and Colombian airline Avianca were among the favorite airlines in the latest annual reader survey of Latin Trade magazine.

 

U.S. carriers American Airlines and Delta Air Lines also did well in several categories.

           

AIRLINES


LAN was ranked overall the top airline serving Latin America, having been rated the No. 1 or No. 2 carrier in seven different categories.

Here are the category winners:


Business class: TAM,
Brazil
Cabin comfort/service:
LAN, Chile

Food and Beverage: Avianca, Colombia

Frequent Flier Program: American Airlines, USA

Ticket/Boarding: Delta Air Lines, USA

On-Time Performance: Avianca, Colombia

Airport Lounges: LAN, Chile

 

HOTELS


Survey participants selected their No. 1 choices in leading business destinations. The list includes the Four Seasons Hotel in
Mexico City, the Hilton São Paulo Morumbi, the InterContinental Buenos Aires, the W Santiago and the JW Marriott in both Bogota and Lima, among other top hotel properties in a total of 19 cities in 16 countries.

 

RESTAURANTS


Preferred restaurants for business meals and entertainment included venerable institutions like Restaurante Figueira Rubaiyat in Sao Paulo, Hotel Cipriani restaurant in Rio, Hacienda de los Morales in Mexico City and Cabaña Las Lilas in Buenos Aires. Famed Peruvian chef and restaurateur Gaston Acurio won kudos for his Astrid y Gaston restaurant not only in his native Lima but also in three other Latin American capitals.

 

CAR RENTAL


Dollar/Thrifty led the category, based on five rating criteria. Hertz was ranked number two.

 

Full results of the survey, which was conducted among Latin Trade readers during a two-month period at the end of 2010, are available in the January-February 2011 issue of Latin Trade.

 

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