LATAM Cargo Chile
|Parent company||LATAM Airlines Group|
|Headquarters||Miami International Airport|
|Key people||Andres Bianchi, CEO|
LATAM Cargo Chile, formerly LAN Cargo S.A., is a cargo airline based in Santiago, Chile and the freight subsidiary of the LATAM Airlines Group. It is operating cargo flights within South America, to Europe and North America from its hubs at Miami International Airport and Santiago International Airport.
The airline is based on the original cargo divisions of LAN Chile, Ladeco, and Fast Air. It also works closely with the other cargo airlines in the group, ABSA - Aerolinhas Brasileiras, Florida West International Airways and MasAir. LAN Cargo has been rebranded to LATAM Cargo Chile as part of the merger of its parent LAN Chile with TAM Airlines to form LATAM Airlines during 2016.
LATAM Cargo Chile operates the following as of June 2010.
During the global Coronavirus pandemic, the airline flew numerous additional routes on an ad-hoc basis, especially in May 2020 and beyond.
The LATAM Cargo Chile fleet includes the following aircraft as of August 2019:
As LAN Cargo they previously operated the following aircraft:
|Boeing 777F||3||2009||2017||Disposed to AeroLogic|
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