Chile's LAN says flights to start leaving Santiago
SANTIAGO, March 1
SANTIAGO, March 1 (Reuters) - Chile's biggest airline, LAN LAN.SN, expects a limited number of domestic and international flights to start flying out of the country's main airport on Tuesday, the company said on Monday.
Some of the airline's flights have landed in Santiago but there have been no outgoing flights after a massive earthquake on Saturday killed more than 700 people and damaged airport facilities. (Reporting by Cesar Illiano, Writing by Kevin Gray; Editing by Tim Dobbyn)
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