Wed, 2 March 2016

LATAM Airlines Group Renews Full Content Agreement with Amadeus

LATAM Airlines Group has renewed its full content agreement with Amadeus.

The full content agreement allows travel agencies subscribed to the Amadeus system to have access to all of LATAMs flights and other services.

Flight availability, pricing and other conditions provided to Amadeus travel agencies will be the same as in other channels, including LATAMs website.

Moreover, LATAM and Amadeus have agreed to continuous cooperation to accelerate LATAMs merchandising capabilities with ancillary services to be made available to Amadeus travel agencies.

Our collaboration with Amadeus will allow us to continue making use of an important distribution channel worldwide, allowing us to specifically target our growing network of international markets, said Jos Luis Rodrguez, Vice President Ancillary Revenue & Tours at LATAM Airlines Group.

The airlines that are part of LATAM Airlines Group already serve more than 70 million passengers a year, making LATAM the biggest airline group in Latin America with over 140 destinations.

LATAM and its affiliates recently announced the launch of six new international routes, including the first direct flight by a Latin American carrier to Africa (Johannesburg) by TAM Airlines.

Joost Schuring, Vice President Latin America and Caribbean at Amadeus, said, Travelers today are looking for consistency, transparency and choice. They want to be able to book their flights through their preferred channel knowing that they will get the best service from the airline they choose to fly with. We are delighted to work together with LATAM to meet the travelers needs and preferences.

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