Delta Airlines and LATAM launch new international flights

Routes include Atlanta, Lima, Cartagena, Medellín and Miami and reinforce the partnership between the two airlines

Delta Airlines and LATAM announced new international flights to be launched in the last quarter of the year: Lima-Atlanta, Atlanta-Cartagena and Medellin-Miami, in addition to the second daily Atlanta-Bogotá.

Starting October 29, flight LA2482 will depart from the Peruvian capital on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 12:00 pm, arriving in Atlanta at 7:10 pm, returning at 10:45 pm and arriving in Lima at 5:40 am the next day (local time).

It is the first time that LATAM will fly regularly to Atlanta and the flight will complement that of Delta Airlines, which will have adjustments to the schedules operated by the American company.

Together, the two carriers will operate 10 weekly flights between the two cities, both with the Boeing 767.

On the same date of inauguration of flights to Atlanta, LATAM will start flight LA4408, between Medellín and Miami. The flight will depart daily from the Colombian city at 12:35 pm, arriving in Miami at 3:55 pm. The return will take place at 6:30 pm and will arrive in Medellín at 9:55 pm. All frequencies will be operated by the Airbus A320.

LATAM Boeing 767-300ER (FAB)

The second flight between Bogotá and Atlanta will also take place on October 29th. Flight DL 589 will leave Atlanta at 9:45 am and arrive in the Colombian capital at 2:30 pm. The return takes place at 4:00 pm and arrives at the Delta hub at 9:00 pm. The flights will be carried out by Boeing 757.

The Atlanta-Cartagena flight will debut on December 22, departing on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 9:50 am from Atlanta and arriving at 1:55 pm in the Caribbean city. The return takes place on the same day, at 3:20 pm and arriving in Atlanta at 7:35 pm. The Boeing 737 will be used on the route.

Joint venture

These flights are the result of a joint venture between LATAM and Delta Airlines. The US carrier is the undisputed leader at Atlanta Airport, with 780 daily departures to 143 destinations.

Since the partnership was approved, the airlines have announced joint operations between São Paulo and Los Angeles, Bogotá-Orlando, Lima-Miami, Rio de Janeiro-New York JFK, Atlanta-Cartagena and Miami-Medellín.

Meanwhile, LATAM reinforces Lima’s role as the company’s hub for North America and its commitment to the Colombian market by launching new international flights.


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