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A LATAM Brasil A320 landing in São Paulo/Congonhas Airport. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | João Machado)

LATAM Airlines Increases International Destinations in October

LATAM Airlines and its subsidiaries plan to operate in October between 24% and 26% of its total capacity compared to the same month last year. The carrier plans to operate 440 weekly operations — both domestic and international — compared to the 310 in September, representing an increase of 42%. In a recent press release, the Chilean airline announced its projections to increase the domestic operations of its subsidiaries, as in Colombia for example, where capacity would double while the…

Brazil’s Public Bank To Do More In Airline Bailout

After five months of negotiations between stakeholders and airlines, the details and peculiarities of the federal government's aid to Brazilian airlines are finally in their final negotiation stages. According to the now-expected conditions, the government's part in the package will increase from 2.4 billion reais ($440 million) to 3.6 billion…

LATAM Presents Poor Quarterly Results, Makes Significant Network Adjustments

Last week, LATAM held its quarterly earnings call where it presented some rather bleak financial results for the first few months of the year. In the first quarter of 2019, LATAMs earned $2.525 billion in revenue, which represents a 7.5 percent decrease from the $2.730 billion earned during the same…

Trip Report: Flying in Business Class on LATAM’s Boeing 767-300ER…

As part of a continuous effort to become the carrier of choice for South American travelers and people traveling to the region, LATAM recently embarked on a significant expansion for its North American and European network. Over the last couple of years, the South American carrier has strengthened its presence…