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LATAM Airlines lands in Tel Aviv – the only airline to connect Latin America and Israel
With three weekly flights, the new route improves connectivity between Europe and Latin America, bringing the total worldwide LATAM network to 144 destinations in 27 countries. Read the full story.
LATAM Airlines flies highest in South America for in-flight experience
LATAM Airlines Group was named as a ‘Five Star Global Airline’ for its in-flight experience in the APEX 2019 Airlines Official Ratings, announced in Boston, Massachusetts on 24 September 2018. Read the full story.
LATAM Airlines set to renovate cabins of two thirds of the airline’s fleet with $400 million investment
LATAM Airlines will renovate the cabins of over 200 aircraft as part of its objective to offer a personal travel experience with more options and flexibility to all passengers. Passengers will be able to fly on the first renovated aircraft with LATAM Airlines Peru before the end of 2018. Read the full story.
LATAM Airlines to operate its first international non-stop flight to Cusco from Santiago
LATAM Airlines Peru will operate a new non-stop service between Santiago and Cusco, Peru, starting 15 August 2018. It will become the first international flight from Chile to Cusco. It is the fourth direct flight from Cusco announced for 2018, complementing LATAM’s new services to Pisco, Trujillo and Iquitos in Peru. Read the full story.
LATAM Airlines expands routes in Europe as part of its global expansion plan.
On 3 September 2018, LATAM will launch a new route from Lisbon, Portugal to São Paulo, Brazil. In the first half of 2019 the airline will launch a new route from Munich, Germany to São Paulo, Brazil. Lisbon and Munich will be the eighth and ninth European cities from which LATAM operates. In the last two years LATAM has launched 30 new international routes. Read the full story.
LATAM Airlines launches new gastronomic concept for its economy cabins on international flights
LATAM Airlines Group has introduced a new gastronomic concept for economy cabins on its long-haul flights with durations of seven hours or more. Passengers will receive a new menu with three options for lunch or dinner, which includes a hot dish, vegetarian or a lighter cold option, a drink service and a sweet snack. Two new breakfast choices are also available. In total, the company has created more than 300 new dishes, which will serve an average of 14,000 passengers on 64 flights each day. Read the full story.
LATAM Airlines appoints Guido Blanco as commercial manager for the UK, Africa and the Nordic countries
LATAM Airlines, the leading airline group in Latin America has appointed Guido Blanco as the new commercial manager for the UK, Africa and Nordic Countries. Guido will be taking over from Martin Modarelli, who has assumed a new role as CTO commercial manager for LATAM Airlines in Santiago de Chile, Chile. As well as having a degree in business administration and economics and a postgraduate degree in business, Guido has a wealth of experience in the airline industry having begun his LATAM Airlines career in Argentina ten years ago in various departments including marketing, route management and sales. Guido is also familiar with the territory having worked as the sales manager for the UK and Nordic countries for LATAM Airlines for the last two years. Read the full story