Photo – Rodrigo Guimarães / LATAM
Starting today (11/03), LATAM customers can buy tickets for flights between Aeromexico and LATAM Colombia and LATAM Brazil.
In addition to Mexico City, LATAM Brasil passengers can choose 39 destinations in the Airomexico airline network and reach other destinations such as Cancún, Monterrey, Guadalajara and Tijuana.
Aeromexico passengers can also fly with LATAM Airlines Colombia to up to 14 destinations departing from Bogotá and Medellín and providing connections to Cali and Cartagena. With LATAM Brasil you can fly to São Paulo / Guarulhos as well as up to 40 destinations and reach destinations such as Rio de Janeiro, Curitiba and Porto Alegre.
In addition, the company signed an agreement on mutual frequent flyer services. As soon as the agreement is implemented, LATAM Pass customers can collect points and redeem Aeromexico flights in their network of around 70 destinations worldwide. Club Premier members can also use their miles in the LATAM destination network.
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From December 2020, LATAM will relocate its operations at Benito Juárez International Airport in Mexico City from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2, from where Aeromexico will serve around 70 destinations in Mexico and worldwide more fluid connections between the flights of the two companies.
LATAM customers in Premium Business Class and LATAM Pass customers in the Black Signature, Black and Platinum categories also have access to the Aeromexico VIP Lounge in Terminal 2. In contrast, Club Premier customers have access to the LATAM VIP Lounge in Bogotá .
LATAM Group and Aeromexico are working to expand the benefits of mutual access to VIP lounges to more airports in South America and Mexico, and to establish recognition of elite passengers from their frequent flyer programs in 2021.
“These agreements are a sign of LATAM’s long-term commitment and enable greater connectivity in Latin America. With Aeromexico we share a passion for service and innovation. We strive to offer our customers across the continent a unique experience, ”said Marty St. George, Commercial Vice President of the LATAM Airlines Group.
“This agreement is a direct response to our customers’ needs and offers better connectivity and service options. With LATAM, Aeromexico has a new partner with shared values that puts the safety and health of its customers and employees first, ”adds Nicolas Ferri, Commercial Vice President of Aeromexico.
Since the pandemic began, Aeromexico and the LATAM Group have been strengthening their protocols to keep their customers and employees safe. Aeromexico has a Health and Hygiene Management System (SGSH) that applies the highest standards in the industry and ensures a clean environment at all stages of travel with the airline, e.g. B. the constant cleaning of the entire liquor and the mandatory use of face masks, antibacterial gel, protocols to identify cases, among others.
For its part, the LATAM Group implements a comprehensive safety strategy, as recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO), the health authorities of the countries in which it operates and the International Air Transport Association (IATA), which highlights the filters HEPA air in across the fleet, innovations in self-service and digital channels, the compulsory use of a mask and the availability of alcohol gel at counters and aircraft are among the precautionary measures.
The company was the first in Latin America to develop an autonomous robot “in-house” for cleaning aircraft with ultraviolet (UV) rays – a method that eliminates up to 99.9% of viruses and bacteria on board. The robot was 100% manufactured by the Brazilian company in their Maintenance Center (MRO) in São Carlos (SP).