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The airline operates international, cargo and regional domestic services and began operations as LAN Colombia in 2011.
LATAM Airlines Colombia's destinations includes Barranquilla, Bogota, Bucaramanga, Cali, Cancun, Cartagena, Cucuta, Leticia, Lima, Medellin, Miami, Monteria, Oranjestad, Pereira, San Andreas Island, Santa Marta, Valledupar, Villavicencio and Yopal.
LATAM Colombia Airlines is the second largest air carrier in Colombia. LATAM Colombia's fleet consisted of Airbus A319-100 and A320-200s.
In October 2010, it was announced that 98% of the shares in the previous airline AIRES had been acquired by Chilean carrier LATAM Airlines.
In October 2013, LATAM Airlines became an affiliate member of Oneworld alliance.
LATAM Colombia Airlines was originally known as LAN Colombia and previously Aerovías de Integración Regional S.A (AIRES).
Ernesto Cortissoz International Airport, Barranquilla, Colombia
El Dorado International Airport, Bogotá, Colombia
Palonegro International Airport, Bucaramanga, Colombia
Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International Airport, Cali, Colombia
Rafael Núñez International Airport, Cartagena, Colombia
Camilo Daza International Airport, Cúcuta, Colombia
Alfredo Vásquez Cobo International Airport, Leticia, Colombia
José María Córdova International Airport, Medellín, Colombia
Los Garzones Airport, Montería, Colombia
Matecaña International Airport, Pereira, Colombia
Simón Bolívar International Airport, Santa Marta, Colombia
Alfonso López Pumarejo Airport, Valledupar, Colombia
La Vanguardia Airport, Villavicencio, Colombia
El Alcaraván Airport, Yopal, Colombia
Gustavo Rojas Pinilla International Airport, San Andrés Island, Colombia
Cancún International Airport, Cancún, Mexico
Reina Beatrix International Airport, Oranjestad, Aruba
Jorge Chávez International Airport, Lima, Peru
Miami International Airport, Miami, United States
LATAM Colombia Airlines carry-on baggage allowance is as follows:
Economy class maximum weight of 8kg (17 lb), with routes with origin or destination in Brazil having a maximum weight allowance of 10kg (22 lb).
Premium Economy and Premium Business maximum weight of 16kg (35 lb).
Maximum dimensions per carry-on item are 55cm (21 in) x 35cm (13 in) x 25cm (9 in), including handle, pockets and wheels.
LATAM Colombia Airlines free checked baggage allowance is dependent on the fare and route.
It is highly recommended that passengers ensure that they check the baggage allowance for their fare, and book any additional baggage as soon as possible.
The maximum permitted dimensions per checked bag is 23kg (50 lb) and 158 linear cms (width + depth + height).
7th June 2018
LATAM Group to add new routes to Europe
LATAM Airlines Group has revealed plans to offer its customers new routes to destinations throughout Europe. As part of a larger strategy growth plan, LATAM will launch a new flight between Lisbon Portela Airport (LIS), Portugal, and São Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport (GRU), Brazil, which will begin operations on 3rd September 2018. This flight will operate five times a week and carry passengers on a Boeing 767 aircraft. Additionally, LATAM Group will fly between Munich Airport (MUC) and São Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport early next year. With these two new routes, nine different European destinations will now be home to LATAM services.
LATAM Airlines Group CEO, Enrique Cueto, stated with these new flights LATAM continue to give Latin American's more opportunity to see the rest of the world. LATAM has launched 30 new routes since 2016 which have covered a lot of area across the world.
30th May 2018
LATAM airlines integrate with Sabre
LATAM Airlines, the parent company of LATAM Airlines Colombia, has announced that it's in the final stages of integrating in two separate reservations systems into one across its combined carriers. LATAM and Sabre migrated LATAM Brazil from its legacy reservation system onto LATAM’s SabreSonic passenger services system (PSS). The well-executed cutover now enables the airline to expand its differentiated yet consistent passenger experience across its entire network. This will allow the LATAM group to grow together, uniting all its airlines and carriers under one industry giant. LATAM will also use a broad portfolio of Sabre solutions to manage its extensive airline operations, such as the pricing and shopping for airline travel ticketing, and day-of-travel operations. LATAM is an important customer for Sabre as, with so many subsidiaries, it is a top priority and a huge undertaking of the company to combine them all under one management system, according to Sabre.
10th May 2018
LATAM Airlines group release statistics for April 2018
Reported by Nasdaq Corporate Solutions, LATAM Airlines Group and its subsidaries recently release a preliminary report with statistics comparing their monthly traffic for April 2018 and April 2017. Here are the highlights:
- The airline group's system passenger traffic saw a 0.8% increase
- Unfortunately, the group's load factor dropped 0.5%, from 83.9% to 83.4%
- Capacity rose 1.4%
- International passenger traffic made up an estimated 60% of the total passenger traffic for the month April
It will be exciting to see how this preliminary report will compare to when the definite numbers are released, presumably later this month or early June.
9th April 2018
LATAM Airlines is the first airline to fly between Israel and Latin America for 6 years
El Al Airlines terminated business, passengers have had to take flights which have stopovers in Europe or Africa, increasing the total travel time to at least 18 hours. “This is a unique service for passengers across much of Latin America,” said Jerome Cadier, CEO of Latam Airlines Brazil, which was formed in the 2012 merger of Chile’s LAN and Brazil’s TAM. "No other airline connects Latin America with Israel."
21st March 2018
LATAM Airlines creates links with Rome, Fiumicino
LATAM Airlines has expanded its European operations by adding Rome Fiumicino(FCO) to its network of services from Sao Paulo Guarulhos( GRU). The Italian capital city joins the oneworld member’s existing services to Milan Malpensa, Madrid, Barcelona, Frankfurt, London Heathrow and Paris CDG. Flown three times weekly, the 767-300-operated service, which commenced on 16 March, will face competition from Alitalia, which currently serves the city pair on a nine times weekly basis. A commemoration ceremony was held for the launch of the first flight going the 9424km to Italy. This route will be a passenger service thrice a week from now on.
5th February 2018
Positive media trends for LATAM Airlines
LATAM Airlines Group has been given a News Impact Score of 0.31, according to Accern Sentiment Analysis Reports. The research takes into account over 20 million news and blog articles in real time to produce a ranking of positive vs negative media inferences. Accern ranks these inferences on a scale of -1 to 1, meaning that LATAM's score is significantly positive. This is good news for the company's shareholders!
18th January 2018
LATAM Airlines flight attendants get married by the pope mid-flight!
Pope Francis has married a couple of flight attendants on board a flight from Santiago Chile to the northern capital of Iquique. The couple, Carlos Ciuffardi and Paola Podest had planned to wed on February 27 2010 but a massive earthquake had devestaed their local church on their wedding day. Whilst the pope was on board, all flight attendants were allowed to go up and receive a photo with the renkowned figure.
When the leader of the Catholic Church asked them if they were married, the couple informed them of their dreadful tale. The pontiff asked if they would like to conduct an in-flight ceremony and they agreed without hesitation! The pop even gifted them each with a rosary to commemorate the special occasion.
17th November 2017
LATAM Airlines launches first scheduled Las Vegas-Brazil flights to launch in June
The first regularly scheduled flights connecting Las Vegas and Brazil will launch June 21, when LATAM Airlines offers nonstop seasonal service three times a week, airline officials said Monday. LATAM will fly from McCarran International Airport to São Paulo on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays for summertime flights through Aug. 30, airport spokeswoman Christine Crews said.Return flights from São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport to Las Vegas will be on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
In addition to economy fares, LATAM’s planes will also have business class seats capable of lying flat, airline officials said. The service to Las Vegas “reflects our commitment to evaluate every opportunity and to invest in sustainable operations that truly facilitate and expand travel options for the customer,” Jerome Cadier, CEO of LATAM Airlines Brazil, said in a statement.
LATAM Airlines offers 1,300 daily flights to 140 airports, but Las Vegas will be the carrier’s first destination in the Western United States, airport officials said. Brazil is the seventh-largest source of international visitors to Las Vegas, with more than 150,000 travelers annually, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority said.
LATAM Airlines to launch direct flights from Medellin to Lima in February.
LATAM Airlines will launch a direct flight between Medellín and the Peruvian capital of Lima next year. It plans to begin flying the route three times weekly, operated by a 144-seat Airbus A319, on February 26.
The Santiago, Chile-based airline, which was formerly known as LAN, stated that it expects to transport some 33,000 people on this route per year. Tickets are already on sale through LATAM’s website for flights that depart Colombia’s second city on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
The flight will be scheduled to leave Lima each day at 1:12 pm and land at Medellín’s José María Córdova International Airport at 4:22 pm. The return flight will depart Medellín at 6:55 pm with an estimated arrival time of 10:10 pm at Lima’s Jorge Chávez International Airport. (All times local.)
The addition of the new route is part of an ongoing push by the carrier to better connect Lima with Colombia. LATAM Airlines will also double its weekly flights between the Peruvian capital and the Caribbean coastal tourist mecca of Cartagena next year. The airline first inaugurated that route in January 2017 and has been the only airline with a direct flight from Cartagena to Lima.
LATAM Airlines inaugurated Santiago-Melbourne flight
Latam Airlines Group (‘Latam’) today inaugurated its non-stop service between Santiago, Chile and Melbourne, Australia, becoming the only airline to connect Latin America with the Victorian capital.
The westbound flight (Santiago-Melbourne) is over 11,000 km long and will last 15 hours, making it the longest flight in Latam’s history. The company will operate three flights per week between the two cities.
Latam currently operates seven flights per week from Santiago to Sydney (via Auckland, New Zealand). In 2015, the airline introduced the Boeing 787-9 aircraft to the route, increasing capacity by 27 per cent. Each year, Latam transports approximately 190,000 passengers between Latin America and Asia-Pacific.
With the new service, Latam estimates that it will transport an additional 77,000 passengers between the two continents each year.
LATAM Airlines announced it was to serve Boston and new European destinations in 2018
LATAM Airlines Group announced its plans today to offer three new international routes in 2018 –Boston (United States), Rome (Italy), and Lisbon (Portugal) – all to its São Paulo/Guarulhos hub in Brazil, increasing connectivity from North America and Europe to Latin America.
Starting on March 16, 2018, LATAM Airlines Brazil flight JJ8180 will depart São Paulo/Guarulhos at 15:55 on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, arriving in Rome (Leonardo da Vinci International Airport) at 07:55 the next day, with a travel time of 12 hours. The return flight, JJ8181, will depart Rome at 10:00 on Monday, Thursday and Saturday, arriving in São Paulo at 18:35 the same day, with a flight time of 12 hours and 35 minutes (all times local).
LATAM Airlines Brazil will operate the route with Boeing 767 aircraft, offering 191 seats in Economy and 30 seats in Premium Business. There will be three weekly flights (increasing to five weekly flights in July 2018) from São Paulo to Rome, which will become the group’s second destination in Italy, after Milan.