Santiago-based LATAM Airlines Group will overhaul the interior of over 200 aircraft—two-thirds of its global fleet—over the next two years, at an investment of $400 million, the company said during its 2Q 2018 quarterly operations call. LATAM plans to debut its new retrofitted interiors by the end of 2018, concentrating at first on aircraft flying its domestic short-haul routes within Latin America. Cabins will be renovated on over 150 of LATAM’s Airbus A320 and A321 ...

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