This week, JetSMART began its expansion in Peru by start selling domestic flights in the South American country. Peru is the third country in Latin America where it operates domestically. It already flies in Chile and Argentina. Peru, JetSMART’s next country...
Earlier this week, the Chilean ultra-low-cost carrier JetSMART received its 19th aircraft, an Airbus A320neo. This plane represents one step further on the big growth plans by the South American airline. JetSMART plans According to Airbus Orders & Deliveries...
American Airlines and Chilean carrier JetSMART have signed a letter of intent on a new partnership. Both airlines plan to create “the broadest and most rewarding network in the Americas”, they have announced on July 29. Moreover, American will take an unspecified...
With the year almost ending, it would be an excellent time to begin looking at the biggest stories in the Latin American aviation industry. There are plenty. In 2022, we saw two companies leave Chapter 11 bankruptcy –Aeromexico and LATAM–, the announcement of a new...
Last week, Air Lease Corporation announced the placement of five Airbus A321XLRs with the Latin American giant LATAM Airlines Group. The Santiago de Chile-based company would receive these narrowbody jetliners between 2025 and 2026 and become the third operator in the...
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