LATAM’s A350s leave the fleet with immediate effect, amid cost cutting


April 10, 2021 / LATAM airlines will get rid of its entire fleet of Airbus A350-900. The move is part of the carrier’s restructuring plan started as LATAM entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy procedure. The removal of its 11 A350 will allow the carrier to operate a more homogeneus, all-Boeing long-haul fleet made of 767-300, 777-300, 787-8 and 787-9. In October, LATAM has already released two A350s. The aircraft are currently sitting in storage at Victorville, California, waiting for their next lessors. (Photo Arianna Iori @spotter_ari)

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