South America News

Airlines Qatar Airways expands codeshare agreement with LATAM

Qatar Airways has announced, that it has entered into an expanded codeshare agreement with LATAM Airlines Brasil.

Airlines LATAM files for Chapter 11

LATAM Airlines Group and its affiliates have announced that they have filed for voluntary protection under the U.S. Chapter 11.

Airlines Delta and LATAM sign trans-American Joint Venture Agreement

Delta Air Lines and LATAM Airlines Group have announced that a Joint Venture Agreement has been signed.

Airlines SKY orders ten Airbus A321XLR

Airbus has released, that Chile´s SKY has signed a deal to purchase 10 Airbus A321XLR aircraft.

Freight Qatar Cargo announces South America expansion for 2020

Qatar Airways Cargo has announced, that 2020 will see a massive freight network expansion in South America. Four new destinations will be added.

Airlines ANAC suspends Avianca Brasil operations

The National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) in Brazil has halted all Avianca Brasil operations.

Industry Azul takes delivery of first Airbus A330neo

As first carrier in the Americas, Azul has taken delivery of its first Airbus A330neo. The state-of-the-art aircraft was delivered from Toulouse to Belo Horizonte.

Airlines Joon to add six new destinations in 2019

Low-cost carrier Joon has announced, that the airline will add six destinations to its route network for summer 2019.

Freight Emirates SkyCargo opens trade link to South America

Emirates SkyCargo has announced, that it will add Santiago to its network of cargo destinations.

Airlines LATAM seeks to introduce new low-cost airline

According to aviation media, South-American airline LATAM seeks to establish a new low-cost carrier.

Freight Cargojet announces new services to South America and Europe

Canadian Cargojet has announced to open new international cargo routes to South America and Europe, starting in February 2018.

Airports Fraport Brazil begins operations in Fortaleza and Porto Alegre

Fraport Brasil has started operations at Fortaleza Airport (FOR) and at Porto Alegre Airport (POA). The company is a 100% subsidiary of the German Fraport AG.

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