This aircraft, which links Madrid and Sao Paulo, is the second of these characteristics that flies long-haul routes for the airline.
The renovation of the cabins of the LATAM fleet, worth $ 400 million, is the largest investment in travel experience in the company’s history.
LATAM Airlines has started operating its Madrid-Sao Paulo flight with the Boeing 777-300, a model that has the company’s new cabins. The airplane, of registration PT-MUD that connects Madrid and Sao Paulo, is the first that arrives in Spain with the redesign of the cabin and the second of the LATAM Group that operates long-haul flights (wide body).
“We are showing the full strength of LATAM in this important investment in travel experience. In the Boeing 777 we will have a very modern executive cabin, with comfortable seats that recline up to 180 degrees and offer free access to the aisle and total privacy, as well as individual 18-inch screens, “said Thibaud Morand, General Manager Europe.
The LATAM Airlines Boeing 777-300 was redesigned in Abu Dhabi and, by 2020, the other nine units of the same model that exist in the company’s fleet will be transformed.
The project for remodeling the cabins of 200 aircraft, approximately two thirds of the LATAM Group’s global fleet, is the largest investment in the history of the company in travel experience, with an amount close to 400 million dollars.