Main Airlines Latam


LATAM is South America's largest airline.  Headquartered in Santiago Chile, its subsidiaries dominate domestic and international traffic flights in most South American countries. Delta Airlines is its largest shareholder.  Latam exited Oneworld in 2020 and chose to remain unaligned.

General Information 

IATA code: LA


US reservations: 1 866 435 9526

Main hubs: Lima (LIM), Santiago (SCL), Brasilia (BSB), Sao Paulo–Guarulhos (GRU), El Dorado International Airport (BOG),  Mariscal Sucre International Airport (UIO), Jose Joaquin de Olmedo International Airport (GYE)

Alliance: None 

Frequent flyer program: LATAM Pass 

Airline partners: Delta, Aeromexico, Alaska Airlines, Austrian Airlines, AZUL, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Lufthansa, Iberia, Japan Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian, SWISS, S7 Airlines.

Point/Miles Conversion Chart


LATAM Airlines Group serves more than 140 destinations in 25 countries, including domestic flights in Latin America - Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. 

Check the LATAM map of destinations here


The LATAM fleet consists of Boeing and Airbus aircrafts: Boeing 787-9, Boeing 787-8, Boeing 767-300, Airbus 350, Airbus 321, Airbus 320-200, Airbus 319 and Boeing 777. 

You can use SeatGuru service to check LATAM seat maps. 


LATAM offers 3 classes of service - Economy, Premium-Economy and Premium Business. Premium-Economy seats are located in the first 3 rows of the plane, where it is offered. The middle seat is locked, so you will get more legroom. Premium Business class is available on long-haul flights. You will get priority boarding, access to the lounge and a flat bed seat or open suite on some aircrafts (Boeing 767, Boeing 7777 and Boeing 787-9). 


Skytrax - 3-Star Airline   

APEX - 5-Star Airline



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