LATAM: Aircraft Fleet
LATAM Airlines Group is the largest airline conglomerate in Latin America, operating in several countries around the world. The airline has a diverse fleet of aircraft, including narrow-body and wide-body planes from different manufacturers.
LATAM's fleet consists of 329 aircraft, with an average age of 9.3 years. The airline's fleet is composed of the following aircraft types:
- Airbus A319
- Airbus A320
- Airbus A321
- Airbus A350
- Boeing 767
- Boeing 777
The Airbus A320 family is the backbone of LATAM's fleet, with a total of 145 aircraft in service. The airline also operates 31 Airbus A321 planes, which are larger and have a higher passenger capacity than the A320. The Airbus A319 is the smallest aircraft in LATAM's fleet, with 48 planes in service.
LATAM also has a significant number of wide-body aircraft, including 10 Boeing 767 and 14 Boeing 777 planes. The airline recently retired its fleet of Airbus A340 planes, which were replaced by the more modern and fuel-efficient Airbus A350.
LATAM signed a deal with Delta Air Lines, which acquired a 20% stake in the airline for $1.9 billion. The partnership between the two airlines includes a codeshare agreement, allowing customers to book flights on both airlines' networks. The deal also involves Delta providing LATAM with access to its aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul services.