LATAM Airlines recovers 57% of domestic capacity in Brazil, 79% in Colombia and 39% in Chile

    LATAM Airlines announced (09-Feb-2021) the carrier expects to handle 35% of operations in Feb-2021 compared to Feb-2020. Operations in Jan-2021 reached 39.8% of Jan-2020 levels. The decline was attributed to “a scenario dominated by the increase in governmental restrictions”. The carrier expects to increase cargo fleet utilisation by 20% year-on-year. Details include:

    • Brazil: The carrier plans to operate 57% of its domestic capacity, with 360 daily flights, and 15% of its international capacity;
    • Chile: The carrier plans to operate 39% of its domestic capacity, with 95 daily flights, and 23% of its international capacity;
    • Colombia: The carrier plans to operate 79% of its domestic capacity, with 110 daily flights, and 36% of its international capacity;
    • Ecuador: The carrier plans to operate 49% of its domestic capacity, with 16 daily flights, and 18% of its international capacity;
    • Peru: The carrier plans to operate 32% of its domestic capacity, with 60 daily flights, and 24% of its international capacity. [more – original PR]
    We use cookies and other web technologies to collect anonymous data about the usage of this website so that we can better serve your needs. If you'd like more information on this data please see our Privacy Settings. By clicking "I Agree" below, you are agreeing to allow us to collect additional usage data.