Delta and Latam Airlines announced a major expansion of their networks, including new routes and increased frequencies. The two airlines have been working together for some time now, and this latest agreement will benefit passengers traveling between the United States and South America. Starting in December, Delta will offer daily flights from Miami to Santiago, Chile, while Latam will begin flying from Los Angeles to Lima, Peru. These are just a few examples of the new routes available due to this partnership.
The companies have also agreed to increase frequencies on certain routes, from Atlanta to Sao Paulo, Brazil, and New York City to Lima. Passengers will now have more options when traveling between the US and South America.
In addition to the new routes, Delta and Latam offer their customers various benefits. These include reciprocal frequent flyer programs, whereby customers of either airline can earn and redeem miles on flights operated by the other. They also offer discounted rates for connecting flights within the US to various destinations in South America.
Delta will launch a new daily service between Miami and Orlando.
Delta will soon offer daily direct service between Miami and Orlando, making it easier than ever to travel between the two cities. This marks the first time that Delta has operated this type of aircraft on a domestic route. With its convenient schedule and competitive pricing, Delta’s new service will surely be a hit with travelers.
Miami-Orlando: Delta will launch a new daily service between Miami and Orlando on Dec. 1.
Miami Los Angeles: New daily service between Miami and Los Angeles will launch on Dec. 17.
LATAM’s hub in Sao Paulo to destinations in LATAM’s South American network
The new agreement will allow LATAM passengers to connect from Sao Paulo to destinations across Delta’s North American network. The move is part of LATAM’s strategy to strengthen its position as a leading Latin American carrier and provides customers with greater choice and flexibility when booking travel. The expanded partnership is expected to provide a boost to both airlines. It will help to make LATAM an even more attractive option for customers looking to fly to and within South America.
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Fleet of Latam
As of 2022, the LATAM fleet is expected to comprise 755 aircraft. This will include 50 A320neos, 232 A320ceos, and 473 A320s. The A320neo is a new and improved version of the popular A320, while the A320ceo is the original model. The A320s will be primarily used for short- and medium-haul flights, while the A320neos will be used for long-haul flights. LATAM currently has a strong presence in South America, but this fleet expansion will allow the airline to expand its operations to other parts of the world. This move aligns with LATAM’s goal of becoming one of the world’s leading airlines.