Delta Air Lines and the LATAM Group will work closely to create the leading airline partnership between the United States/Canada and South America (Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay) and connect the Americas to the world like never before
LATAM has removed 75 per cent of all single-use plastics on board. The initiative is part of the group’s commitment to eliminate all single-use plastics in its operation by 2023.
LATAM announced its consolidated financial results for the second quarter of 2022, which reflect a gradual recovery of the operation, reaching a consolidated capacity of 72.6% compared to 2019 levels, and more than double the capacity of the same quarter of 2021, growing by 135.2%.
LATAM Airlines has ordered 17 A321neo aircraft to further expand it route offering, bringing its total A320neo order book aircraft to 100. Additionally, the airline has also confirmed to bring in the A321XLR to complement long-haul operations.
Airbus and a number of major airlines – including Air Canada, Air France-KLM, easyJet, IAG and Lufthansa – have signed Letters of Intent to explore opportunities for a future supply of carbon removal credits from direct air carbon capture technology.
LATAM has announced that it will eliminate 100% of single-use plastics used in its operations by 2023.
LATAM group projects a passenger operations of 74% for June compared to the same month in 2019. The group will also begin operations between Puerto Maldonado and Cusco, Peru, whilst resuming three routes from Belém to Macapá, Fortaleza and Manaus in Brazil.
Delta will make investments in Virgin Atlantic, Aeromexico and LATAM as its partner airlines seek to survive the Covid-19 pandemic. The carrier hopes to be well positioned when growth returns to the sector.
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LATAM has brought forward the return of several direct services from South America to Europe. The carrier said the decision follows a recent lifting of restrictions on international travel from Brazil.
LATAM has acquired a further 28 A320neo planes as it continues to rebuild its fleet in South America. The aircraft are in addition to the 42 previously agreed upon with Airbus.