Latam Pass

Program overview 

LATAM Pass is the loyalty program of LATAM, South America’s largest airline. It is one of the largest airlines in South and Central America. LATAM Pass has a lot of airline partners. You can easily earn and redeem LATAM miles for flights, upgrades etc. LATAM is no longer a Oneworld member.



Program website 

Approximate miles value 


Miles validity 

24 months 

Program accrual

Calculated by a destination multiplier plus the amount of dollars you spent 

Limit on amount of miles you can purchase 

250 000 

Waitlist option


Courtesy Hold for award reservation

Not allowed 

Do you need to open an account to check availability?


Stopover option 

1 stopover is allowed (except Iberia)

Family account


Upgrade option


Online booking 


Airline partners 

Alaska Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Delta, Finnair, Lufthansa, Iberia, Japan Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian, S7 Airlines

Credit card partners


Hotel partners 

Marriott Bonvoy (3:1, 2 days transfer),  Hilton Honors (25:6.5, up to 30 days transfer), World of Hyatt (5:4, 6-8 weeks transfer), Radisson Rewards (10:1, 4-6 weeks transfer), Accor Live Limitless (2:1, 4-6 weeks transfer)

Co-Branded credit card in the US 

LATAM Visa Signature Card

LATAM Visa Card

LATAM Visa Secured Card

Point/Miles Conversion Chart


  • Partnership with Delta Airlines offers special access
  • No fuel surcharges on most partner airlines 


  • No credit card partners 
  • Redemption fee for tickets booked less than 120 days prior to departure

Excellent for  

  • LATAM direct flights from the US to Lima start from 15,000 miles in Economy one way

Insider Tip 

  • Please note you will not see required taxes and fees if you don't have enough miles in the account. 
  • It is difficult to find saver awards for partner airlines. 
  • If you are looking to fly LATAM, British Airways/Iberia, Cathay Asia Miles and Delta SkyMiles are good places to check for award availability for LATAM flights.

Do you use this program? Share your experience and tips in the comments below. Your thoughts would be very valuable to us!



Comments: 1
Martin John Turner 11 May 2022 at 23:51:15 #
My problem is that I was a Latam frequent flyer many years ago. But I have a different email address, different cell number and a different residential address.
Hard as I try, I have been unable to re-enter the program without any of this information.
I am Australian but a permanent resident of Chile. I do want to rejoin. Could you please tell me the process?
MartinChilean ID. 14749627-3