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LATAM Airlines is a South American airline group under the Brazilian and Chilean law and headquartered in Santiago, São Paulo, Brazil and Chile.

 

The LATAM Airlines Group, founded in 2012, merged with TAM Airlines and rebranded to form LATAM Airlines. Subsidiaries of the LATAM Airlines Group include LATAM Chile, LATAM Colombia, LATAM Perú, LATAM Ecuador, LATAM Paraguay and LATAM Argentina.

 

In 2011 Chile’s LAN Airlines and Brazil’s TAM Airlines signed an agreement to merge. In 2015 LATAM Airlines announced that it would fully rebrand to LATAM, with one unified livery on all aircraft by 2018. The first one was introduced in 2016. The rebranding process is currently taking place and completion is expected by 2019.

 

From December 2016, LATAM Airlines is recognised as one of the largest airline groups worldwide due to its extensive connections and with a fleet of 319 passenger aircraft to 133 destinations and 15 cargo services aircraft to 149 destinations in 28 countries. In May 2017, LATAM Airlines announced that Spafax has been selected by LATAM Airlines Group to license, curate and deliver inflight entertainment (IFE) programming on its fleet of over 300 aircraft. 

Spafax will add to LATAM’s award-winning onboard experience with an innovative selection of films, television, music and original programming. Spafax Group companies already have a 14-year relationship with LATAM and this new agreement will mark the next chapter in this collaboration. 

 

 


 

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3rd August 2017

 

Qatar Airways has announced new codeshare agreement with LATAM Airlines Brazil starting August 1, which will provide Qatar Airways passengers with connections to 25 cities throughout Brazil. The agreement provides new codeshares on LATAM’s routes between São Paulo’s Guarulhos Airport and 25 domestic cities across Brazil including Rio de Janeiro (GIG), Salvador (SSA), Campo Grande (CGR), Foz do Iguaçu (IGU) and Recife (REC).

Qatar Airways began flying to Brazil in 2010 with a service from Doha, Qatar, to São Paulo, Brazil, and onwards to Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Doha-based airline will commence a new service to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2018.

Akbar Al Baker, Group chief executive, Qatar Airways, said, "We have witnessed significant growing demand between South America to Qatar and beyond. Our new codeshare destinations not only meet that demand, but provide a service for our valued passengers in Doha, and from dozens of destinations globally to new, exciting places to explore in Brazil. With this new codeshare, more than half of LATAM’s domestic destinations in Brazil are accessible to customers flying on Qatar Airways.”

Additionally, Qatar Airways Cargo has also expanded its footprint in South America, with commencement of freighter services to São Paulo, Brazil; Buenos Aires, Argentina; and Quito, Ecuador. Launched in February 2017, the new freighter service aims to meet the region’s growing need for import and export trade with the Middle East and Asia.

Part of LATAM Airlines Group LATAM Airlines Brazil serves 44 destinations throughout Brazil, including 25 domestic airports from its hub in São Paulo Guarulhos Airport (GRU), offering seamless connections for Qatar Airways passengers travelling from Doha.

In December 2016, Qatar Airways had purchased a 10 percent stake in Chile's LATAM Airlines Group for USD 608 million. LATAM was created when Chile's LAN took over Brazil's TAM in 2012.

 

May 2017

LATAM Airlines Brasil during peak season plans to increase Sao Paulo Guarulhos – London Heathrow operation, currently served 7 weekly. From 09JUL17 to 18AUG17, overall service will increase to 9 weekly, with additional flights served by Boeing 767 aircraft.

 

LATAM Airlines flies from many European countries to a wide range of Latin America destinations, which include: Chile, Argentina, Perú, Brazil and Colombia.

 

Undoubtedly, LATAM airlines is a leading carrier of air travel, and has recently joined ONEWORLD alliance program. With a fleet of 172 aircraft LATAM is operating 800 departures daily. The airline provides domestic and international routes for worldwide customers with scheduled services to destinations within Brazil, as well as international flights to Europe and other parts of North and South America. Also customers can benefit from remote medical assistance on international flights, LATAM Loyalty Program, Fidelidade, and LATAM Cargo services.

 

May 2017

LATAM Airlines announced it will increase seats on flights between Chile and North America and Europe, and add a new route to North America, as it seeks to win regulatory approval for a deal with IAG's British Airways and Iberia and American Airlines Group. The carriers, all members of the Oneworld Alliance, signed a deal in January 2016 to coordinate flight schedules and prices. 

 

Brazil, Uruguay and Colombia have already approved the deal, with some restrictions to ensure passenger choice in Latin America. Chile's competition tribunal is expected to rule on the deal in coming weeks. LATAM Airlines also said it would also take steps to maintain competition on flights between Santiago and Madrid and Miami.

 

4th April 2017 

 

LATAM Airlines flies the A350XWB to France from Brazil

LATAM Airlines, the largest airline group in Latin America, has become the first carrier to operate an Airbus A350XWB from Sao Paulo to Paris Charles de Gaulle. The service is operated daily. Paris is the 3rd destination in Europe, following commenced operations to Madrid and Milan in 2016.

 


 

Fleet

 

48 Airbus A319-100

146 Airbus A320-200

2 Airbus A320neo

47 Airbus A321-200

7 Airbus A350-900

37 Boeing 767-300ER

10 Boeing 777-300ER

10 Boeing 787-8

12 Boeing 787-9

11 Boeing 767-300F

4 Boeing 777F

 

 

 


 

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British Carrier Seeks Closer Ties With Latam Group to Boost Transatlantic Business IAG SA, owner of British Airways has said that a joint venture with leading South American carrier Latam Airlines Group SA would complement their already existing partnership with American Airlines Group Inc. in its trans-Atlantic strategy. “It’s a group that we would like to have closer ties to,” said Willie Walsh of the IAG Group. “There is certainly scope for us to look at developing a closer relationship, potentially a joint venture. Whether that leads to anything in terms of M&A is a big question that I think is unanswerable at this stage.” Mr Walsh, the Chief Executive Office of IAG also said South America “is very important to us and a market that we are focused on…. A deal would build on a joint business that Iberia already operates to Peru and Colombia” the CEO said. IAG formed from a merger of BA and Spain’s Iberia in 2011, and going on to purchase local rival British Midland, discount carrier Vueling and Ireland’s Aer Lingus Group Plc in recent years.Almost two years after it was first announced, the merger, of LAN Airlines of Chile and TAM of Brazil, was finally concluded last Friday, with a 3 billion US Dollar share-swap. Newly-created Latam Airlines Group is now the largest airline in Latin America, controlling 40% of the market, and a major player worldwide, providing some 6% of global air transport capacity. The combined airlines have a workforce of 51,000, and already serve 150 destinations in 22 countries. The first Latam CEO, former LAN chief, Enrique Cueto, confirmed that “The creation of this group of airlines is an opportunity to take South America to the world and to allow us to position ourselves to operate in an increasingly competitive environment due to the continuing consolidation of the global airline industry,” The Cueto family is believed to control 70% of the newly merged airline, which is being reported in Chile as a takeover of TAM by LAN. Nevertheless, both airlines will retain their brand identities, and their separate headquarters in Santiago and Sao Paulo. This is becoming an established model for international airline mergers, that seems to be working well in Europe for Air France / KLM and for British Airways / Iberia. At present, LAN is a member of OneWorld, while TAM belongs to Star Alliance. We will therefore be watching with interest to see how this conflict is rationalised. The merged airlines expect to achieve up to US 700 million dollars in cost savings through synergies, and there is already speculation that the Latin Amercian mega-airline will now seek further acquisitions. Copa of Panama is being discussed as a possible targetBrazilian airline TAM has announced plans to complete a merger with LAN airlines of Chile. The merger of LAN and TAM follows the merger late last year of South American rivals Avianca of Colombia and TACA of Central America. The new TAM/LAN merger will create the largest carrier in Latin America. The combined airline will operate services to 115 destinations in 23 countries, with 40,000 employess. L. The new carrier would be named the Latam Airlines Group and the airlines' brands would remain separate. TAM is a member of the Star Alliance group of airlines, which includes BMI, Lufthansa, SAS and Air China. Meanwhile LAN is a member of the Oneworld airline alliance, which includes Iberia, British Airways, Qantas and JAL, it is presumed that the merged group will choose either STAR or OneWorld as part of the merger rationalisation.LATAM Airlines, one of the dominant carrier groups of Latin America has opened a giant, new 22 hours a day, VIP lounge arranged over two floors in its hub at Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport Santiago, Chile. The lounge includes showers, laundry services, quiet rooms dedicated to sleeping, plus videogames and individual tablets for personal entertainment between flights as well as a fully-equipped business centre with unlimited Wi-Fi. The LATAM group also has VIP lounges in São Paulo, Santiago, Buenos Aires and Bogotá. These VIP lounges are available to all clients traveling in Premium Business on LAN, TAM or any oneworld alliance airline, as well as passengers traveling in LAN's Premium Economy class. New Non-Stop Service Between Santiago and Los Angeles Set by From LATAM Group The LATAM Group, made up of LAN Airlines and TAM Airlines, have begun ticket sales for it’s non-stop flights between Los Angles and Santiago. The Flight will operate 3 times a week between October 16, 2016 and March 25, 2017. The New nonstop route between Los Angles and Santiago will leave Los Angeles on Mondays Wednesdays and Saturdays, and from Santiago on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays. The new non-stop flights will lessen travel times by 2 hours 20 minutes compared to flights with stops from Los Angeles and Santiago. Now South American passengers traveling through Chile will enjoy shorter connection times when travelling to Los Angeles onwards to 60 destinations within the United States, and additional destinations in Asia. The LATAM Airlines Group offers a huge amount of options with connections between Los Angeles, Miama, New York,Washing and Orlando, Toronto (via New York), and Chile, will a total of 75 weekly flights from the US, Chile and Canada.

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