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American has been building an team of airline partners to fill the gaps in its network, even if it means aligning with budget carriers and startups

American Airlines is expanding its international presence with new airline partners. Mike Blake / Reuters American Airlines is taking on new airline partners to rebuild its global route network. South America is of particular importance as American recently lost its larger partner in the region. In the US, Alaska Airlines and JetBlue Airways help American expand its presence on both coasts. See more stories on Insider's business page. American Airlines is planning to get by with a lit...
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LATAM Airlines Seeks Extension of Deadline for Restructuring Plan

By Fabian CamberoSANTIAGO (Reuters) - LATAM Airlines Group, the region's largest carrier, said on Wednesday that it had sought to extend until...
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American Airlines made a bet on South America for 2021. Civil unrest and spiking COVID-19 cases are now threatening its success in the region.

An American Airlines Boeing 777-300ER. William Perugini/shutterstock American Airlines is facing numerous setbacks in South America. Rising COVID-19 cases in Chile, Brazil, and Peru forced the airline to cut flights in April. Civil unrest and protests in Colombia are now further threatening success in the region. See more stories on Insider's business page. American Airlines' expansion strategy in South America is experiencing a seemingly never-ending stream of hurdles. Tourism-d...
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LATAM Airlines Open to Exclusive E-Commerce Partnership to Boost Cargo Unit

By Fabian CamberoSANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chile’s LATAM Airlines is open to signing an exclusive contract with an e-commerce operator in Latin America...
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LATAM Airlines Reports $963 Million Loss in Fourth Quarter

SANTIAGO (Reuters) - LATAM Airlines Group, the region's largest airline, on Tuesday reported a loss of $962.5 million in the fourth quarter, hurt...
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Americans can now travel to 47 nations for vacation and tourism — here's the list of every open country and how to get there

The US passport has lost its strength significantly during the COVID-19 pandemic and Americans are left with few options on where to travel. ShutterLibrary/Shutterstock; Samantha Lee/Business Insider While many countries are not allowing US travelers during the coronavirus crisis, some nations are open to Americans. The United Kingdom, Caribbean countries, and select international locales are allowing tourists from the US. Many countries require you to show a negative COVID-19 test and air...
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A new reboot of the iconic Eastern Air Lines is flying between New York and Cabo this winter for under $250 round-trip

An Eastern Airlines Boeing 767-300ER. Eastern Airlines Eastern Airlines is launching non-stop flights between New York and Los Cabos, Mexico, starting November 14. No, not that Eastern Airlines.  The new airline is a product of 2020 that's attempting a reboot of the iconic Eastern Air Lines that ceased operations in 1991.  Flights to South America began in January and expanded to the Caribbean over the summer but the new airline is nothing like the old.  Visit Business Insider's homepage f...
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Cayman Islands: Communication Is Key: Cayman Islands Court Approves Direct Court-to-Court Protocol In LATAM Airlines Restructuring - Walkers

As part of the on-going restructuring of the LATAM Airlines group, the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands (the "Court") recently approved an application made by the joint provisional liquidators...
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LATAM Airlines adds $1.3 billion to bankruptcy financing proposal, Brazil unit seeks protection - Reuters

LATAM Airlines adds $1.3 billion to bankruptcy financing proposal, Brazil unit seeks protection - Reuters:LATAM Airlines, the largest airline group in Latin America, said Thursday it had secured an additional $1.3 billion for its financing proposal before a New York bankruptcy court, while adding its unit in Brazil to the debt restructuring process.LATAM (LTM.SN) filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection in May, aiming to reorder $18 billion in debt. It was the world’s largest airline to date to seek...
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LATAM Airlines says operations to plunge 50% by year´s end

LATAM Airlines Chief Executive Roberto Alvo said on Thursday he expects the region´s largest carrier to be operating at half of pre-pandemic levels by the end of 2020, and that a full recovery was unlikely for at least 3-4 years.
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LATAM Airlines suspends Argentina operations, blaming COVID-19 and government

LATAM Airlines Group said on Wednesday its Argentine subsidiary will cease operations indefinitely, canceling all domestic flights, its first major cutback since filing for bankruptcy protection.
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LATAM Airlines to suspend operations in Argentina indefinitely

LATAM Airlines Group on Wednesday said it will cease operations at its Argentine subsidiary "indefinitely," its first major cutback since Latin America's largest airline filed for bankruptcy protection last month.
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LATAM airlines reports $2.12 billion first-quarter loss due to pandemic

LATAM Airlines, the largest Latin American air transport group, had losses of $2.12 billion in the first quarter after an accounting adjustment of its assets amid the coronavirus pandemic, the company said in a statement late on Friday.
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Latin America grabs world spotlight for airline bankruptcies

LATAM Airlines and Avianca Holdings survived the Great Depression, but just a few weeks of quarantines forced both companies into bankruptcy, marking Latin America as the world's top spot for airline financial ruin.
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South America’s Latam Airlines, partially owned by Delta, files for bankruptcy protection

Latam Airlines, South America’s biggest carrier, sought U.S. bankruptcy protection Tuesday as it grapples with the coronavirus pandemic. The Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing underscores the severity of the financial challenges facing the travel industry.
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Latam Airlines seeks bankruptcy protection as travel slumps

Latam Airlines, South America’s biggest carrier, sought U.S. bankruptcy protection Tuesday as it grapples with a sharp downturn in air travel sparked by the coronavirus pandemic. The Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing underscores the severity of the financial challenges facing the travel industry as a result of the lockdowns, quarantines and other measures taken by governments the world over to stem the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19. Passenger and cargo flights will continue to operate du...
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How Expensive Will Air Travel Be After The Covid-19 Crisis?

(CNN) — When the state of Florida began enacting stay-at-home measures and closing beaches in mid-March, in response to the threat of Covid-19, Miami-based real estate agent and artist Nadia Bouzid was in the middle of painting a mural inside a new hotel in Cancun, Mexico. Putting down the paintbrush, she picked up her phone and began searching airfares to return home. “I watched a seat on the flight I wanted go from $200 to $70, to $350,” Bouzid tells CNN Travel. “I booked it and flew, but the ...
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Still Flying: 80 LATAM Airlines COVID-19 Humanitarian Cargo Flights From China to Chile

While news headlines focus on the decline of international travel, it’s important to remember that many essential and critical missions are still being conducted by the general and business aviation communities. Many of these missions save lives or reunite people with their loved ones. During a crisis like COVID-19, our industry shines. While the global COVID-19 pandemic has grounded most commercial passenger flights, airlines have begun to pivot. Aircraft that usually carried hundreds of passen...
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Father Sues Airline Claiming His Son, 6, Was Sexually Assaulted During Layover

(ORLANDO, Fla.) — A man in Florida is suing one of Latin America’s largest airlines, saying his 6-year-old son was sexually assaulted by an airline employee while traveling as an unaccompanied minor from Brazil to the U.S. The father filed the negligence lawsuit Monday against LATAM Airlines in federal court in Orlando, Florida. In a statement, a spokesman for LATAM said the company hadn’t received a summons related to the lawsuit. “However, it takes any allegation of this nature seriously ...
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Qatar Airways CEO says interested in increasing stake in LATAM to 20%

Qatar Airways is interested in increasing its stake in Chile's LATAM Airlines to 20%, its chief executive said on Wednesday.
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572 Pickle Fork Cracks

We discuss the erosion of manual piloting skills, pickle fork cracks in the B737NG, the EC review of Boeing’s interest in Embraer, a helicopter crash “close to home,” an “MCAS-like” system on the KC-46 tanker, tracking stealth fighters with passive radar, Delta’s proposed stake in LATAM, and Delta’s rules change for emotional support animals. Aviation News EAA Creating Hands-On Build-And-Fly R/C Model Building, Flying Program EAA and the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) have unveiled a ne...
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Chile's LATAM Airlines is world's most punctual airline 2019

Flyers aboard LATAM Airlines are most likely to make their connecting flight and arrive at their destination on time, according to a new ranking of the world's most punctual airlines. 
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Latin American Airlines: LATAM

There used to be a patchwork of airlines serving South America, but over the years they have consolidated and we're left with three. The largest one is LATAM Airlines, based in Chile. Like all the others LATAM will nearly always give you a superior flying experience if you choose them over their U.S. counterparts flying to South America. Based in Chile, they have close to 300 planes and they are much more generous with what you receive in-flight for international trips, like good Chilean wine ...
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Chilean officials: Flights hit by wave of false bomb threats

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — At least three airliners were forced to make emergency landings or turn back to their original airports in Chile and Peru amid what aviation officials said was a wave of false bomb threats Thursday. A LATAM Airlines flight carrying passengers from Peru’s capital of Lima to Santiago, Chile, was safely evacuated […]
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Four planes make emergency landings in Chile and Peru after bomb threats: authorities

By Felipe Iturrieta and Aislinn Laing SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Four planes were forced to make emergency landings in Chile and Peru on Thursday due to bomb threats issued to the Chilean Civil Aviation Authority, it said in a statement. Two of the planes were operated by LATAM Airlines and two by Sky, a low-cost Chilean airline, the aviation authority said. The planes were undergoing checks of passengers, baggage, and their cabins and holds by police and airport security, it said. (Reporting by Aisli...
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What a week! 105 announcements from Google Cloud Next '18

Google Cloud Next ‘18 was incredible! From fantastickeynotes and fireside chats to GO-JEK CTO Ajey Gore appearing on-stage on a scooter to listening to Target CIO Mike McNamara we had an inspiring, educational and entertaining week at our flagship conference. We were joined by over 23,000 leaders, developers and partners from our Google Cloud community, listened to more than 290 customer speakers share their stories of business transformation in the cloud and took part in hundreds of breakout se...
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Sky’s the limit: How businesses across every industry are taking advantage of Google Cloud

From bringing the latest Mario game to millions of worldwide players to transforming public health in Chile, our customers do extraordinary things with Google Cloud—and we’re constantly inspired by their work. Today at Next, we’re welcoming more than 290 customer speakers to share what they’ve learned launching businesses, reimagining work, and disrupting industries with Google Cloud. Here’s a look at how just a few of our customers are taking advantage of the cloud. Helping financial services f...
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Santiago Chile No Pablo Espagnol ou Les Saisons Inverses

16 juillet L'avion de LATAM Airlines dans lequel je prend place soudainement apparat dans le brumeux ciel de Santiagoflou comme une silhouette derrire un rideau de douche.Le capitaine murmure alors quelques mots en espagnol dans son mi
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Union for LATAM Subsidiary to Strike as Early as April 3

By Antonio De la JaraSANTIAGO (Reuters) - A union of cabin workers for LAN Express, a subsidiary of LATAM Airlines , said it had failed to reach...
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Pope Francis Just Married A Couple 36,000 Feet In The Air!

Pope Francis has just joined a different kind of mile-high club! According to the Associated Press, on a Thursday LATAM Airlines flight from Santiago to Iquique, the religious leader actually married two flight attendants -- bride Paula Podest and groom Carlos Ciuffardi -- 36,000 feet in the air! It all started when the flight crew gathered at the front of the plane to take a photo with His Holiness. The couple then told the Bishop of Rome they were married in a 2010 civil service, but were unab...
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