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About LATAM Airlines Peru

LATAM Airlines Perú (formerly known as LAN Perú S.A) is a subsidiary of LATAM Airlines, based in Lima, Perú. LATAM Airlines Perú flies from Lima, Perú to the following destinations: Cuba, Dominican Republic (Caribbean); Mexico, United States (North America); Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Perú (South America); Spain (Europe).

The airline was founded in 1998 and became an affiliate of Oneworld airline alliance in 2007 and began operations in 1999 with domestic services and international services commenced on 15th November 1999. The parent company, LAN Chile, merged with TAM Airlines and rebranded to form LATAM Airlines. Following this, LAN Perú also rebranded to LATAM Perú in 2004.

LATAM Perú airport hubs are Mariscal Sucre International Airport and Jose Joaquin de Olmedo International Airport. In 2008, LATAM Perú transported over 3 million passengers internationally and over 2 million to the domestic markets. In 2009, LATAM Perú received authorisation to provide aircraft maintenance services. Other subsidiaries of LATAM Airlines Group include LATAM Chile, LATAM Argentina and LATAM Ecuador.

LATAM Perú has codeshare agreements with Korean air and WestJet.

 


Frequent Flyer Program

The Frequent-Flyer program is the LATAM Pass which has 4 membership cateogires:

LATAMPASS

Premium (Oneworld Ruby)

Premium Silver (Onewolrd Sapphire)

Commodore (Oneworld Emerald

As a member of LATAM’s LATAM Pass or LATAM Fidelidade Frequent Flyer Programmes, you can earn points towards your tier status every time you travel on eligible Oneworld flights. And when you are ready to redeem your points, some 1,000 destinations await you across the Oneworld alliance.

LATAM Argentina’s fleet is comprised of modern Boeing and Airbus aircraft, acquired to provide the best onboard experience. These aircraft feature state-of-the-art design and technology, providing you with greater comfort, security, and efficiency during your journey.

 


Fleet

The airlines has a fleet of over 35 aircraft. This is comprised of a mix of Boeing and Airbus aircraft, including the Boeing 787, Boeing 767-300, Airbus A320-200 and Airbus A320-100.

 


Baggage

Carry-On Baggage

The maximum weight for 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 its 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.

 


Economy Class

Economy Class is one of two cabin classes that the airline offers. It offers a stripped-back but comfortable journey, with some excellent in-flight extras to keep you relaxed and entertained throughout the flight.

Economy Class Facilities

On select flights, passengers are given access to LATAM Play — the airline's fantastic in-flight entertainment system, which has a massive range of films, TV shows, games and other entertainment to enjoy for the duration of the flight. 

Passengers can order food, drinks and hot meals (subject to availability) from the airline's in-flight menu.

Economy Class Seats

Economy Class seats are set out in a 3 x 3 formation on short-haul flights and a 3 x 3 x 3 formation on long-haul flights. Seats give 30–32 inches of pitch and 16–18 inches of width.

 


Business Class

Business Class is the airline's most premium cabin class and is available on select international flights. The Business Class service is delivered by the airline's expertly trained cabin crew, who pay special attention to the Business section of the aircraft.

Business Class Facilities

The Business Class cabin offers an excellent dining experience, with hot meals prepared by renowned chefs. The Busines Class experience also comes with a full drinks menu, with hot, cold, alcoholic and soft drinks on offer.

Business Class passengers can keep themselves entertained through the airline's in-flight entertainment system. The entertainment system can be accessed through the personal monitors which are fitted to each Business Class seat and includes a range of movies, television shows, games and more. 

What are Business Class Seats Like?

The Business Class cabin is set out in a 2 x 2 x 2 formation. Each seat gives up to 75 inches of pitch and 23 inches of width. Business Class seats lie fully flat into beds.

 


 

News

8th May 2018

LATAM Perú Opens Nonstop Route to Machu Picchu

One of the most visited tourist attractions in South America is the ancient Incan citadel of Machu Picchu, built around 1440 BC. For international travelers, getting to Cusco, near where the ruins begin, requires first reaching Lima and connecting to a domestic flight.

LATAM’s local subsidiary, LATAM Perú, just announced that it will expand its operations in Cusco airport and will operate a nonstop flight to and from Santiago de Chile. With three flights per week starting on August 15, the aircraft selected for the operation is the 144-seat Airbus A319, which will represent a total of 45,000 seats per year on the route.

“As a part of our effort to offer an unprecedented connectivity in Latin America and to reinforce our commitment with the development of sustainable tourism in the region, we are happy to announce that starting in August we will offer our first international non stop flight to Cusco, Peru’s Imperial City,” said Enrique Cueto, CEO of LATAM Airlines.

“With 24 new routes programmed to start on 2018, we continue bringing the most remote places of the region to the world,” he concluded.

LATAM has flown the Lima to Cusco route since 1999, with up to 24 flights per day. From Lima, the carrier offers nonstop flights to 17 destinations within Peru, and 32 cities in Latin America, the U.S., and Europe.

The new route from Santiago to Cusco is the first international flight from the Peruvian city, and with the addition of three new domestic destinations, Pisco, Trujillos, and Iquitos, LATAM will reach eight destinations from the country’s second busiest airport, serving approximately four million passengers per year.