LATAM Airlines

Founded
1929
Type
Full Service Carrier
Fleet size
315
Destinations
137
Passengers per year
N/A

LATAM Airlines is a South American airline that has bases in several different Latin American countries. The airline operates flights within South America and to destinations in North America and Europe.

Organization

LATAM Airlines Group has LATAM subsidiaries in 7 different countries in South America: Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Paraguay. The airline group has over 40,000 employees spread over these countries.

Parent company
LATAM Airlines Group
Alliance
Oneworld
Frequent Flyer Program
LATAM Pass

History

LATAM was founded by a merger between LAN Airlines from Chile and TAM Airlines from Brazil in 2012 and the new name was for the first time used in 2015. The airlines’ history is traced back to the establishment of the Chilean airline Línea Aeropostal Santiago-Arica. In 1932, the airline changed its name to Línea Aérea Nacional de Chile (LAN). TAM Airlines was founded in 1975 as Transportes Aéreos Regionais S/A (TAM).

Baggage

In general, LATAM passengers can bring 1 piece of carry-on luggage with a maximum weight of 8 kg in Economy and 16 kg in Premium Economy and Business Class. For flights within Brazil, the maximum weight is limited to 10 kg. In addition, every passenger is permitted to bring 1 personal item onboard. The amount of free checked baggage depends on the travel class and destination. Please consult website LATAM Airlines for more information.

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In-flight Wi-Fi

LATAM does not offer in-flight Wi-Fi on this moment.

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