Aviation LAN to resume Los Angeles-Santiago service By Robert Silk / February 04, 2016 Share 1 -- Los Angeles International Airport will gain a South American route later this year while Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport will lose one. LAN Airlines will resume direct service between Santiago, Chile, and Los Angeles on Oct. 16. The flight will be offered three times per week, with LA departures on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays and Santiago departures on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays. LAN previously flew the route but discontinued it in February 2014, according to the website Airline Route. The service’s newest incarnation is scheduled to last until March 25, 2017.Meanwhile, Ecuador’s TAME is ending its six-times weekly Quito-Fort Lauderdale service effective Feb. 20, according to Airline Route. TAME will continue to fly four times per week between Guayaquil and Fort Lauderdale.