Global Fleet In­vest­ment

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LATAM AIR­LINES GROUP has an­nounced plans to trans­form the cab­ins of two-thirds of its global fleet with a $400 mil­lion in­vest­ment over the next two years. The com­pany will re­vamp the in­te­rior of more than 200 air­craft serv­ing both long- and short-haul routes through­out the LATAM net­work, with the first ren­o­vated air­craft sched­uled to fly be­fore the end of 2018. On long-haul routes, Boe­ing 767 and 777 wide-body air­craft will see a new Pre­mium Busi­ness seat and up­graded in­flight en­ter­tain­ment. The econ­omy cabin will fea­ture Re­caro seats, USB power ports and larger screens. The re­design is also planned for new Boe­ing 787-9s and Air­bus A350-1000s due for de­liv­ery in the com­ing years. In ad­di­tion over 150 Air­bus A320 and A321 will be re­fit­ted with up­graded WiFi con­nec­tiv­ity, Re­caro seats and USB power ports.

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