LATAM Peru projects its operation while suffering the impact of Omicron

LATAM Peru has canceled between 5% and 10% of its flights so far in January, due to the increase of cases of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 in its personnel.

In view of this situation, the airline has been providing its passengers with the facilities to change their itineraries for the closest possible dates. In case the passenger does not wish to change their itinerary, flexibility is being established for changes and/or refunds.

Therefore, LATAM Peru recommends passengers check their travel itineraries on the official platforms to confirm the flight status.

Given this uncertainty due to flight cancellations not only in Peru but throughout the region, LATAM Airlines Group has issued a statement estimating the group’s operations for the month of January.

With respect to Peru, the group forecasts that this January, LATAM Peru’s operation will be 67% compared to January 2019, and by 63% compared to December 2021.

LATAM Airlines Group has forecast that, for this month, the domestic operations will grow by 105% compared to January 2019.

Currently, LATAM Peru’s domestic destination network connects Lima with the following cities: Arequipa, Ayacucho, Cajamarca, Chiclayo, Cusco, Ilo, Iquitos, Jaen, Jauja, Juliaca, Piura, Pucallpa, Puerto Maldonado, Tacna, Talara, Tarapoto, Trujillo and Tumbes.

LATAM Peru also offers an itinerary between the cities of Arequipa and Cusco.

In total, the airline will offer by January 2022, a total of 19 domestic routes, equivalent to 159 daily flights on average.

On the international operations side, LATAM Airlines Group forecasts for its Peruvian subsidiary that operations this January will reach 55% of what international operations were in January 2019.

  • It should be emphasized that LATAM Peru will currently connect the city of Lima in the month of January with the following 20 international destinations:
  • In South America: Santiago de Chile, Guayaquil, Quito, La Paz, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Barranquilla, Bogota, Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Montevideo, Asuncion and Sao Paulo.
  • In the Caribbean: Punta Cana.
  • In North America: Cancun, Mexico City, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and Orlando.
  • In Europe: Madrid.

LATAM Peru is known for being the leading airline in domestic operations, offering the most complete network of contacts in the country, while its competitors do not even cover 50% of the destinations offered by the airline.

This great competitive advantage has allowed the group to strengthen its Peruvian subsidiary, which is the one that offers the most international destinations after the group’s main subsidiaries: Chile and Brazil.




Juan Pedro Sanchez Zamudio
Juan Pedro Sanchez Zamudio
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