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LATAM group receives its 19th cargo aircraft

The LATAM Cargo operators received a third Boeing 767 BCF this year, completing the fleet expansion plan and bringing the combined total to 19 cargo aircraft. This milestone reinforces their position as the largest cargo airline group in South America.

The fleet expansion plan announced in 2021 by LATAM group culminated in the addition of eight passenger-to-cargo converted aircraft, resulting in a growth of over 70% in freighter capacity compared to pre-pandemic levels.

"The arrival of this aircraft reflects LATAM Cargo’s commitment to customers and focus on maintaining a sustainable, long-term operation. This growth plan was structured collaboratively, with the aim of connecting the region's export and import industries through a broad and reliable offering. At the same time, we considered the inherent volatility of air cargo and thus focused on efficiency, diversification, and flexibility. While the industry faces challenging times, we are pleased to have access to this new aircraft to take advantage of opportunities in the territory," commented Gudny Genskowsky, Senior VP of Network and Alliances for Cargo at LATAM.

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