Latin America’s largest airline to take in 72 new aircraft from both Boeing and Airbus through 2028

16th Mar 2022

LATAM Airlines Group announced its consolidated financial results for the fourth quarter ending December 31, 2021. One of the important highlights of the report is LATAM’s fleet plan.

According to LATAM, there have been agreements reached regarding its fleet commitments. 72 new aircraft, seventy (70) of which are Airbus A320-Neo family and the remaining two (2) Boeing B787-9 are all scheduled to be delivered starting 2022 through 2028.

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