June 28, 2022

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La aerolínea Latam reanuda vuelos a Australia y Nueva Zelanda tras la pandemia

Ladam Airlines resumes flights to Australia and New Zealand after outbreak | Economy | USA Edition

Latam Airlines, Latin America’s flagship airline, announced on Thursday that it would resume its passenger operations between Santiago de Chile, Auckland (New Zealand) and Sydney (Australia) from March 29 after it was grounded due to Covit-19.

“We have been actively cooperating with the authorities towards safeguarding and advancing the industry throughout the entire epidemic. Restarting the routes to New Zealand and Australia is just another step on the path to a new nature,” said Claudio Morrow, regional marketing manager for Ladamin.

To enter New Zealand, passengers must meet certain entry requirements, which the airline explained would be phased out when its borders fully reopen, scheduled for October this year.

In the case of Australia, from February 21, all persons who have been vaccinated against Covit-19 will be required to complete their program at least 14 days prior to departure.

In addition, they must fulfill a pledge and submit a negative PCR test result taken at most 72 hours prior to flight departure.

Tickets are already on sale to the public, with three flights per week on the group’s website.

Born in 2012 from a link between Chilean lawn and Brazilian Tom, Latham flew to 145 destinations in 26 countries before the epidemic, operating about 1,400 daily flights and carrying more than 74 million passengers annually.

Due to the health crisis, the company reduced its operations by 95%, ending with a 58.4% drop in its operating income and a net loss of $ 4,545.9 million by 2020.

Following this economic downturn, Latam – listed on the New York Stock Exchange and the Santiago Stock Exchange – voluntarily adopted US bankruptcy law in May 2020. The pressure of debtors.

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