LATAM Airlines, formerly known as LAN Airlines, was the largest airline group in Latin America and one of the leading carriers in the world. LATAM Airlines was formed through a merger of two major South American airlines: LAN Airlines from Chile and TAM Airlines from Brazil. The merger was completed in 2012, creating one of the largest airline groups in the world in terms of destinations served, fleet size, and passenger traffic. LATAM Airlines had an extensive network that covered destinations not only within South America but also throughout North America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania. The airline group operated both short-haul and long-haul flights, connecting major cities and serving as a vital transportation link for travelers within and beyond the region.
Economy Class is the standard class of service, offering comfortable seating, in-flight entertainment, and meals or snacks depending on the flight duration. Premium Economy class provides additional comfort and amenities compared to Economy Class, including extra legroom, enhanced meal options, and priority boarding. Business Class offers premium services, including lie-flat seats or seats with a greater recline, priority check-in and boarding, access to airport lounges, enhanced in-flight entertainment, and gourmet dining. LATAM Airlines may offer a First Class option on certain long-haul routes, providing the highest level of luxury and service. This class often includes private suites, dedicated cabin crew, premium amenities, and an exceptional dining experience.
In Flight Amenities
In-Flight Entertainment: Seatback screens or personal entertainment systems offer a selection of movies, TV shows, music, and games. Complimentary meals and beverages are typically provided, with Business Class passengers enjoying a more extensive and higher-quality dining experience. Some flights may offer in-flight Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing passengers to stay connected during the flight (may be subject to availability and fees). Depending on the class, seats may offer increased legroom, adjustable headrests, and in some cases, lie-flat beds.
Baggage policies can vary based on the route, class of service, and specific fare type. It's important to check the airline's official website or contact their customer service for the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding baggage allowances, fees, and restrictions.
Cancellation policies can also vary based on the fare type, route, and other factors. Typically, airlines offer different fare categories with varying levels of flexibility. Passengers may be able to cancel or modify their reservations, but fees and conditions may apply. It's essential to review the specific fare rules and cancellation policies associated with your booking before making any changes.