LATAM Signs Agreement to Help Refugees

To support humanitarian crises worldwide, LATAM group will make free passenger and cargo transport available to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). This aid is intended to support people who have had to leave their homes in search of safety. This arrangement allows for the transfer of cargo at…

LATAM Ecuador Adds New Route in South America

From April 1, LATAM Ecuador will start a new route between Quito, Ecuador and Bogotá, Colombia with a frequency of 5 weekly flights. This new route that will link the 2 South American capitals will operate on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. LATAM Ecuador’s CEO, Mónica Fistrovic, guaranteed that…

LATAM Sees Mixed Results in March

Within the context of international uncertainty that has resulted in high volatility in fuel prices, LATAM Airlines Group has estimated its operation for this month. It is important to remember that in February 2022, LATAM Airlines Group’s passenger traffic (measured in Revenue Passenger Kilometers – RPK) was 60.6% in relation…

LATAM Shows Improvements, Nears Chapter 11 Exit

LATAM Airlines Group showed considerable progress in its operation in the 2022 fourth quarter. The 2021 was a challenging year for the carrier, since it has had to fight against new variants, infections, restrictions, and measures. Despite all the difficulties, the Chilean carrier has been able to overcome all the…

Virgin Atlantic Signs Codeshare With LATAM

Transatlantic flights are certainly always in season and are considered the backbone business for long-haul airlines, as passengers are always looking for a quick, direct flight or a connecting flight to their favorite destination. Thus, several airlines have consistently made the effort to increase their transatlantic flight operations. The United…

LATAM Colombia Launches New Routes, Adds A320s

LATAM Colombia this week inaugurated five new routes of the seven it announced last October, with which it reaches a total of 32 routes in its rapidly expanding domestic network. With this growth rate, the recovery of the Colombian LATAM Airlines Group subsidiary projects this month will reach 135% of…

LATAM Presents Reorganization Plan Including $8.2 Billion Capital Injection

LATAM Airlines Group and its subsidiaries in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and the U.S. announced the presentation of a reorganization plan, which outlines the group’s strategy to exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy in accordance with U.S. and Chilean legislation. In a press release, the Chilean carrier stated that the plan…

LATAM Airlines Group Stands for Its Sustainability

The S&P Global Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA) is an annual evaluation of companies’ sustainability practices, covering over 10,000 companies from around the world. The CSA focuses on sustainability criteria that are both industry-specific and financially material and has been doing so since 1999. LATAM Airlines Group obtained fourth place worldwide…

LATAM Confirms Demand Recovery for November

LATAM Airlines Group's operational passenger projection for November 2021 is estimated to reach 62% compared to the same month in 2019, as measured in available seat kilometers. According to a press release, for this month, solid results from October have been maintained in the countries where the group operates, with…