LATAM Ecuador (formerly known as LAN Ecuador) is a subsidiary of LATAM Airlines, based in Guayaquil, in Ecuador. Other subsidiaries of LATAM Airlines include LATAM Peru and LATAM Argentina. The airline was established in July 2002 and began operating on 28th April 2003. In 2008, LATAM Airlines Ecuador received approval to begin domestic operations and these were launched in March 2009 with an Airbus A318 aircraft.
LATAM Ecuador flies to the following destinations: Baltra Island, Cuenca, Guayaquil, Quito, San Cristobel island (Ecuador); Lima (Peru); Madrid (Spain); Miami, New York City (United States); Santiago de Chile (Chile).
The maximum weight for a carry-on baggage is 8 kilos (17 lb) in Economy and 16 (35 lb) kilos in Premium Economy or Premium Business.
Flying Economy on a route with it’s origin and/or destination in Brazil, the maximum weight is 10 kilos.
The maximum dimensions are 21 in (55 cm) x 13 in (35 cm) x 9 in (25 cm) (height, width and depth), including the pockets, wheels and handle. Carry-on baggage must not exceed the size and weight permitted, otherwise it should be sent as checked baggage, which is subject to fees if it exceeds the permitted baggage allowance.
In addition, passengers are permitted one small personal item. This can be items such as a laptop bag or baby bag, and must fit the dimensions of 35cm x 20cm x 45cm.
Most passengers are permitted 23kg of checked luggage, which has the maximum combined dimensions of 158cm (length + depth +width). However, this is dependent on the route flying and fare purchased. Check on the airlines website directly to see how much you have included, or check on your e-ticket to see the allowance.
Passengers can check in for their flight online between 48 hours and 75 minutes before your flight is due to depart.
Passengers who have not checked in online must do so at the airport. Visit the LATAM Airlines check-in desk with plenty of time to spare to check in.
On long-haul flights, passengers can also make the most of the airline's inflight entertainment system on the back-of-seat personal television.
Seats are comfortable, with padded headrests, recline and plenty of legroom.
Premium Economy offers extra space, situated in a separate section of the cabin. Premium Economy is exclusive for domestic/short-haul flights, on all flights operated using the Airbus A319 or Airbus A320.
Premium Economy passengers are given an increased baggage allowance, priority check-in, boarding, disembarkation and baggage collection, as well as access to LATAM's airport lounge.
Premium Economy passengers can enjoy a persona television screen, and charge their electronic devices using charging ports that located at each seat.
Premium Economy seats are located at the front of the aircraft. The middle seat in each block of three is kept empty and can be converted into a tablespace, giving passengers extra space.
Business Class passengers can access to the airline's airport lounges and enjoy priority boarding, check-in, and baggage collection.
Passengers can enjoy a personal 15.4-inch high-resolution screen, fitted to the back of each seat.
Passengers can enjoy the airline's inflight menu, created by some of South America's most prolific s chefs. Passengers can order complimentary hot meals and unlimited alcoholic/soft drinks.
LATAM's Business Class seats are fully reclinable and will transform into fully-flat beds. Each seat has touch control which can be used to adjust the position of the head, back and foot of the seat.
Business Class seats are fitted with granite cocktail tables and a personal workspace.
The Business Class cabin is set out in a 1 x 2 x 1 formation, so that each passenger has direct access to the aisle.
Seats are 23-inches wide and, when in a horizontal position, 76 inches in length.
Each seat has a personal shutter, offering ultimate privacy.
The fleet currently consists of 5 x Airbus A319-100. Previously, their fleet has included additional Airbus A319-100 and Boeing 767-300ER. These aircraft feature state-of-the-art design and technology, providing you with greater comfort, security, and efficiency during your journey.
The Frequent-Flyer program is the LATAM Pass. If you are a member of LATAM’s LATAM Pass or LATAM Fidelidade Programmes, you can earn points towards your tier status every time you travel on eligible Oneworld flights.
LATAM Ecuador airport hubs are Mariscal Sucre International Airport and Jose Joaquin de Olmedo International Airport. Other airlines that uses Mariscal Sucre airport include Avianca Ecaudor (formerly Aerogal).
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